Greg Gattuso (ga-TWO-so) has been hired as the University at Albany's football coach.
The 51-year-old Gattuso becomes the second football coach in the program's 41 varsity seasons, taking over for Bob Ford, who retired.
Gattuso played at Penn State in the early 1980s. He was an assistant at Maryland the last three years.
Gattuso was the head coach at Duquesne, like Albany...
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Albany's Bob Ford says goodbye on Saturday after more than four decades as football coach.
The 76-year-old Ford ranks first among active FCS coaches with 265 career victories and fourth all-time. The school believes he's the only coach to take a team from the club level to Div. III, Div. II, and Div. I at one institution.
Albany started club football under Ford in 1970...
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from Bob Ford of the Philadelphia Inquirer,
Paul Holmgren took his seat in the upper reaches of the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday night and once again, just like you, he waited for the madness to end.
The Flyers came into the game against the New Jersey Devils having scored the fewest goals in the league, and exited it the same way. It is a team-wide slump that cost coach...
Longtime University at Albany football coach Bob Ford is coaching his last season.
Ford announced Tuesday at the team's media day that he'll retire after the season. Hired in 1970, he's the longest tenured coach in college football. With 264 career victories, Ford ranks second among all active college coaches and first among active Division I coaches. He's been named...
Good morning, Eagles fans!
Part of your weekend was likely watching the NFC East teams still in the hunt–i.e. every team that is not the Philadelphia Eagles. With Dallas and the Redskins getting wins on Sunday and the Giants apparently thinking they had another bye week, things are getting really interesting in the fight for the top. The big story from the division is that, even...
Cole Hamels is a traditionalist. He believes you break in a ball player by breaking his back. There are no balls on every pitch thrown by Cole Hamels.
The Philadelphia Phillie pitcher once was a World Series MVP, but now according to one GM, Hamels is a gutless coward on the order of Bob Ford.
Ford shot Jesse James in the back—and Hamels took aim at the back of...
A varsity starter since early in his freshman season, Ty Pauley has quietly crept his way up North High School's career record list in boys' basketball, joining former Huskies greats Bob Ford, Dave Schellhase and Brian Miles, among others.
Former University of Memphis football letterman Bob Ford has been selected as a 2012 inductee into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame. Ford becomes just the second Memphis Tiger football player to be voted into the prestigious Hall.
Rhea Hughes talks with Bob Ford about the breaking news from the Sandusky scandal and Joe Patnero's future as head coach.
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