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Alabama announces hiring of UTSA defensive coordinator

In early January, new NCAA legislation will officially allow FBS football programs to add a 10th on-field assistant to their coaching staffs.  Friday, Alabama, not surprisingly, became the first Power Five program to officially dip into that particular coaching pool. The Crimson Tide confirmed in a press release that Pete Golding has been added to Nick Saban‘s staff as an ambiguous defensive assistant.  Golding will not be permitted to assume an on-field role until Jan. 9, the day the 10th assistant rule officially goes into effect. The 2017 College Football Playoff championship game is scheduled to be played Jan. 8 of next year, for what it’s worth. “We are pleased to have Pete and his family

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Can the Orioles win without Machado Not without a trade that restocks rotation

Looking back at the Orioles' success over the past six years, the team's high-water mark actually occurred without Manny Machado in the lineup. For the last seven weeks of the 2014 regular season, the Orioles wrapped up their first division title since 1997 while Machado was out after deciding

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NFL Draft decisions await deep group of USC underclassmen

LOS ANGELES — Toa Lobendahn knows the risk. Knee injuries, each requiring surgery because of torn ligaments, ended his previous two seasons. This fall has mostly come with a clean bill of health. Lobendahn, USC's left tackle, has missed only one game, a loss at Washington State in late September,

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