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Robbie Caldwell might have missed his true calling _ the Blue Collar Comedy Tour.
In his previous head coaching jobs, there were plenty of things for Bill Curry to worry about.
Jack Swarbrick's comfortable and spacious office is flush with many reminders of Notre Dame's long history of athletic endeavors and excellence. For one, there's the picture of that 1913 team captained by an end named Knute Rockne.
Archie Griffin knows that one day he won't be the only multiple Heisman winner.
Two-time Pro Bowl guard Shawn Andrews is giving football one last shot and it's going to be with the New York Giants.
This punch won't be so costly for LeGarrette Blount.
Tim Tebow's battered ribs are casting doubt and raising concerns in Denver.
As far as Brett Favre was concerned, he was finished.