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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Bret Bielema
Gus Malzahn and his no-huddle offense have faced more than their fair share of doubters and critics over the years, dating back to his days as a high school coach in Arkansas.
Injured South Carolina All-American Jadeveon Clowney made it clear Tuesday that he plans to play a lot more college football before moving on to the NFL.
Alabama coach Nick Saban knows it's become irrelevant whether frenetic, no-huddle offenses are what he wants college football to be.
Offense is out of control.
Florida has given coach Will Muschamp a raise after an 11-win season.
Unless it can be shown that up-tempo offenses lead to more injuries, Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury sees no reason to slow down the game with rule changes.
Bret Bielema wasted little time in playing to the eager crowd.
Loyalty being what it is these days in college football, you didn't know whether to be happy or sad to see Barry Alvarez back on the Wisconsin sideline seven years after he left coaching to become the Badgers' athletic director.
Gary Andersen doesn't mind taking a back seat with his new team when it comes to the Rose Bowl.
Several schools tried to lure Gary Andersen away from Utah State.
Gary Andersen publicly pledged his allegiance to Utah State not long ago. Now he's on the verge of becoming Wisconsin's coach.
The Big Ten spent much of the year as a national punch line.
When Wisconsin linebacker Mike Taylor was a kid, he used to watch the Badgers and dream of playing for Barry Alvarez.
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.
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema shouts to the officials after a touchdown run was called back in the first half of an NCAA college football game against LSU in Baton Rouge, La., Friday, Nov. 29, 2013.
He contends that more plays and less time for substitutions leads to more injuries.