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Former Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach was introduced as Washington State’s head football coach earlier this week and he could already be impacting East Carolina’s coaching staff.
Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville has already seen this rivalry from one side, as a defensive coordinator for Texas A&M in 1994. He hasn't been back to College Station since, but he'll get a taste of the in-state rivalry from the other side on Saturday with his band of Red Raiders.
"It’s a game that, just listening to people talk about it, it was very dear to the Aggies hearts, because it was kind of like brother versus brother. I’m looking forward to it," Tuberville said. "It'll bring back some old memories."
Randy Shannon’s dismissal at Miami will only be the beginning to what could be another busy offseason of coaching changes across the college football landscape.
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Having witnessed Missouri’s 24-17 loss at Texas Tech on Saturday night, the more than 20 MU fans gathered at Lubbock International Airport for the flight home Sunday morning could appreciate a little gallows humor.
If you gave an award for the worst Pac-12 coaching job this football season, Mike Leach would win so convincingly that you'd have to name the dishonor after him.
How's the Empty Corpse Award sound?
Welcome to the first half of my analysis of the search for the next Terps football head coach. Make sure to check back later in the day as well; the second half isn't far behind.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders football team struggled defensively last year, giving up almost 486 yards a game en route to its first losing season in 19 years.
They call it "silly season" for a reason. The frenzy that is college football's coaching carousel never lacks for bizarre and amusing twists and turns this time of the year, heightened by a slew of unfounded rumors and misinformation. Just consider the dominos that occurred over a roughly 72-hour period from Wednesday to Saturday.