on the friendship between Mike Leach and Donald Trump.
They’ve been chums for more than a decade now and Leach says the two talk on the phone from time to time.
David Lombardi catches up with David Shaw to talk about Stanford’s offense ahead of Saturday’s spring game.
The Cardinal figures to have the ground game covered with Christian Mc Caffrey and Bryce Love, so being able to flick it through the air with a new QB will be the key for Stanford in 2016.
Arizona head coach Sean Miller has received free undershirts after sweating through his shirt on national TV during the Wildcats’ NCAA tournament game against Wichita State this year.
Ted Miller features new Oregon State defensive coordinator Kevin Clune, who is tasked with trying to transform a defense that ranked last in the Pac-12 in yards per play allowed, pass-efficiency defense, sacks and forced turnovers.
30, after receiving notice from Texas Tech that Leach had been fired. Several of your sisters and female relatives are going to lose their mind." "You see 'I don't care' is not satisfactory at all," he says.
The two sides were to appear in the courthouse for a hearing on the coach's suspension and appeal for reinstatement. "You're going to get caught in a catch-22 and I'm certain you already have (...) It's just going to go back and forth and they are going to play keep away from you until after you are married.
30, after receiving notice from Texas Tech that Leach had been fired. Leach, who coached at Texas Tech from 2000-2009, kept it real in the video posted on Twitter by Aaron Levine of Fox 13 in Seattle. "Take the groomsmen out so you can make sure they march in just right and that they know exactly the swell outfits you picked out or however you are doing it ...
Colorado co-offensive coordinator David Lindgren thinks the Buffs can have a high-scoring offense in 2016, reports Brian Howell.
Apparently, the attack has started to click during spring practice.
He likes the deep night hours, when he is free of the constant demands of his job and can pursue his many intellectual interests, which include Apaches, sharks, whales, pirates, Australia, Daniel Boone, the tango, Wyatt Earp, Vikings, Doc Holliday, chimpanzees, Winston Churchill, grizzly bears, Napoleon Bonaparte, the philosophy of John Wooden, and the dynamics of the offshore surf breaks at San Onofre, California.
Tonight he is working on an article for the about the relationship between practicing law and coaching football.