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There must have been a lot of interesting give-and-take when the Big Ten football coaches met at the conference offices on Friday.
At first glance, Greg Whittington appears to be composed of all arms and legs, his "Plastic Man"-esque limbs extending from his gangly 6-foot-8 frame in perpetuity.
The Jacksonville Jaguars targeted Mike Mularkey early in their coaching search.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have hired Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey as head coach, a move they hope will help improve the league's worst offense.
Once again, it's time to check off some items on my "TIDU List" - Things I Don't Understand:
What are the chances Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith was laughing out loud when he composed his response to the additional sanctions heaped on his school by the NCAA?
Ohio State players broke the rules and got to play in the Sugar Bowl anyway. Jim Tressel knew about infractions and let it all happen.
Urban Meyer's first Ohio State team won't be bowl-bound.
Urban Meyer's first Ohio State team won't be bowl bound. The NCAA hit Ohio State with a one-year bowl ban and other penalties on Tuesday for a scandal that involved eight players taking a total of $14,000 in cash and tattoos in exchange for jerseys, rings and other Buckeyes memorabilia. Tipped to the violations, then-coach Jim Tressel failed to speak up.