Saturday, March 24, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Mack Brown, Alabama, and more.

The Road Not Taken. 
Texas head football coach Mack Brown talks to David Ubben about the times he had thought about throwing in the towel in Austin, including two years before he led the Longhorns to the 2005 BCS title. (ESPN)

Pease, Pease, Pease, Let Me Get What I Want.
New Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease is making sure his new players know his offense by showing them film of his work at his former place of employment, Boise State.  (CoachingSearch.com)

My weekend with Nick Saban.
Alabama is hosting a high school coaches' clinic this weekend, with Nick Saban and his coaching staff sharing the spotlight with the two-time Super Bowl winning coach Bill Parcells and ESPN analyst Lou Holtz. (al.com)


The Blame Game. 
Oklahoma defensive coordinator Mike Stoops blames "Poor facilities and what he viewed was a university-wide apathy toward football" as the reasons behind his lack of success as Arizona's head football coach. (The Arizona Daily Star)

Easiest question to answer of the day.
Barry Trammel wonders if it's okay to root for possible future Big 12 member candidate Louisville in the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Let's make this easy for you, Mike: The answer is "no." (The Oklahoman)

Going postal on Jerry Sandusky.
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is investigating The Second Mile, the charity founded by former Penn State assistant coach and accused child molester Jerry Sandusky. (ESPN)

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