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Latest Chris Ault Items
Chris Ault raised Nevada football. After 28 years as coach, he felt he had taken the Wolf Pack as far as he could.
Oregon athletic officials were so convinced that Chip Kelly was destined to be head coach of the Ducks they offered him the job before it came open.
Two missed kicks and Boise State went from being the darling of BCS busters everywhere to just another team looking for a bowl game.
The payoff for Nevada may come later, perhaps in the form of a few top recruits _ or some grudging recognition from those watching nationally that the Wolf Pack belong in the Top 25 after all.
The president of the university spoke up for Boise State, going where coach Chris Petersen won't. Someone had to make a statement for the Broncos, who do nothing but win even if the computers at the Bowl Championship Series don't appreciate perfection.
Nevada coach Chris Ault couldn't help running the videotape back and forth, over and over, of the soft, arching pass Colin Kaepernick tossed about 40 yards into the outstretched hands of Vai Taua.
What started as a quirky twist on the shotgun formation by an off-the-radar team searching for an edge has become the hottest offensive trend in college football.
Michigan moved up a spot to No. 19 and South Carolina moved down to No. 20 Sunday night after it was learned that an out of date ballot was used in tabulating The Associated Press college football poll.