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Home run coaching hires hard to make from shallow pool

Making the home run hire seems to be more difficult than ever when it comes to college football coaches. Silly season moved quickly this year, spinning this way and that over a frenetic couple of weeks. UCLA and Texas A&M both made a splash by hiring Chip Kelly and Jimbo Fisher, respectively. Tennessee flailed about for two weeks before hiring Jeremy Pruitt, a promising coordinator and Nick Saban disciple. Florida State hired Willie Taggart, and his 47-50 career record, away from Oregon. The Ducks promoted offensive coordinator Mario Cristobal, whose previous head coaching experience was four losing seasons in six years at Florida International. Mississippi also stayed in-house, taking the interim

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Unpredictable football journey leads DE Eric Lee to Patriots

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Patriots since 1997 Joined ESPN in 2009 Follow on Twitter FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots fans have received a quick introduction to defensive end Eric Lee during the last three games. Signed off the Bills' practice squad on Nov. 21 because of

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Ozuna and Fowler consider Barry Bonds their mentor

If the Cardinals have invigorated the middle of their lineup as they imagine with the addition of Marcell Ozuna and possible relocation of Dexter Fowler, then they will have also turned a home run king into a soothsayer. Barry Bonds said it would happen. Ozuna, the two-time All-Star the Cardinals acquired

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Ex-Yankees Outfielder Sues White Sox Over Brutal Injury During MLB Debut

Ex-Yankees OF Dustin Fowler is out for revenge against Chicago White Sox over a horrific injury suffered in his MLB debut ... when he slammed his knee into an electrical box while chasing a fly ball.  22-year-old Fowler was a huge prospect for the Yanks -- which expected BIG things from him when he made

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