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Usually, Ohio State's players and coaches don't profess to paying any attention at all to other teams and other games. Whether they do or not, at least publicly they say it's more important to focus on themselves and their own concerns.
Skip Holtz is eager to learn how South Florida responds to a taste of success in the limelight.
Next month, at Wembley Stadium, fans will see something unusual for the home of English football: two black head coaches leading their teams onto the field.
Reggie Wayne believes Sunday's game at Houston will be just like any other Colts' season opener.
As far as Wisconsin's players are concerned, a Pac-12 opponent is automatically dangerous _ even if the team in question, Oregon State, is coming off a head-scratching loss, unsettled at quarterback and might be missing its new star running back.
Barry Cofield played against the Washington Redskins 10 times as a member of the New York Giants. After all but one of those games he retreated to a victorious locker room. Dominance in this division rivalry is all he knows.
For such a busy man, Pat Shurmur's office desk is alarmingly uncluttered, a clear sign of his organization and attention to detail.
This early August practice session was supposed to be fairly uneventful for David Sumrall. Locked into a competition for Navy's left tackle position, Sumrall was in the middle of what coaches would later say was one of his best practices with the Midshipmen.
No more counting sheep for the 350-pound distraction who calls himself "the sleeping giant." It's time for Albert Haynesworth to resume piling up sacks.