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Topic - Bobby Petrino
Nine games into the season, Army coach Rich Ellerson is certain about two things.
Jack Del Rio only wanted to talk about the Cowboys, not the Trojans.
Creditors are trying to block former Arkansas coach John L. Smith from liquidating $40.7 million in debt, saying he moved several properties and more than $2 million from his holdings prior to filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection.
Bret Bielema wasted little time in playing to the eager crowd.
On this night, Dan Enos was fine with letting the other coach make the game's most important decision.
When a big-boy school welcomes Bobby Petrino as the new football coach, in a year or two, it can thank Western Kentucky for paving the way. Until then, the Hilltoppers can thank Tennessee, Auburn and Kentucky for being phonies, hypocrites and cowards.
Now that Bobby Petrino is back in the coaching ranks, he wants to make the most of his second chance.
A person familiar with the decision says Western Kentucky has hired Bobby Petrino as its new football coach. Bobby Petrino has arrived at Western Kentucky and says he and his wife Becky "consider this coming home."
Western Kentucky has hired Bobby Petrino as its new football coach, said a person familiar with the decision.
Bret Bielema will earn $3.2 million annually for six years in his new job at Arkansas, which will also pay its new coach's $1 million buyout to Wisconsin.
Bret Bielema watched from afar in April as Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long handled the difficult circumstances surrounding Bobby Petrino's firing, liking what he saw so much that he wrote Long a letter of support a few months later.
Bret Bielema will be paid $3.2 million annually for six years at Arkansas, the school said Wednesday as it prepared to introduce its new football coach.
Bret Bielema is taking his brand of power football to Arkansas, leaving Wisconsin after seven seasons.
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long wasted little time in bringing the John L. Smith era to a close.
College football is college football, right?
"We're trying to keep him fresher," Petrino said. "We just feel like if we can give him a series off in the first quarter, a series off in the second quarter, when we get to the second half he's going to be fresher. When the defense is tired, he'll be able to make big plays."
"At this point in my career, it's about getting back and coaching players," he said.