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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Tommy Tuberville
A freshman offensive lineman for Cincinnati was killed and two freshman receivers were injured in a one-vehicle accident following the Bearcats' 14-0 win over Miami of Ohio on Saturday night in nearby Oxford.
Cincinnati quarterback Munchie Legaux was hospitalized and undergoing tests in Illinois after suffering a gruesome injury to his left leg Saturday in the fourth quarter of a loss to the Illini.
Offense is out of control.
With spring football beginning on campuses around the country this month, six 30-something coaches are getting their first crack at running a program. That doesn't include Willie Taggart _ he'll be 37 when South Florida kicks off next fall and it will be head coaching job No. 2 for him.
Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege has seen this before.
Kliff Kingsbury is finally back where it feels like home.
New Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury has wanted to be back in Lubbock since he left a decade ago.
A person familiar with the deal says Texas Tech's Tommy Tuberville has agreed to become Cincinnati's football coach.
Tommy Tuberville wasn't expecting a call from an old acquaintance. A few hours later, he was headed north for a new job.
The six-year stranglehold of Southeastern Conference teams on the national championship might be at its end.
A Lubbock County prosecutor says part of the reason a felony burglary case against Texas Tech linebacker Daniel Cobb was dropped is because he agreed to a protective order.
Tommy Tuberville and Texas Tech sure took a lot of the head-scratching out of how to slow down No. 17 West Virginia. Just in time for fourth-ranked Kansas State, too.
Few teams in the Big 12 go into a league game expecting a defensive slugfest.
In the span of a year, the Big 12 has gone from turmoil to terrific on television once again.
Bobby Petrino talked time and again about winning a national championship at Arkansas. From the day he was hired in 2007, Petrino never wavered in that goal or belief.
"We obviously have to put a good product on the field," said Tuberville, who has been head coach at Mississippi, Auburn and Texas Tech. "I've coached in most leagues, and the one thing that we had in those leagues is we had tradition in some of those teams and we had followings.
"I was perfectly satisfied," Tuberville said.