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College Football Section:
Max Wittek: Meet the USC Backup QB Who Can Keep Notre Dame Out of the BCS Title Game – The Big Lead
“Hey Grude” Anthem to Jon Gruden, Arkansas’ next Head Coach – Southern Gameday
The ACC should add Louisville, not UConn, now that Maryland has left – SB Nation
Westboro Baptist Has the Worst College Gameday Signs – Friends of the Program
Johnny Football handling the Heisman race – Saturday Down South
Now You See Me
Wednesday Morning Audibles: Arkansas, Spurrier, Petrino, and Packers fans
Tuesday Morning Audibles: Fire Pinkel, White Out, Muschamp Ball
Friday Morning Audibles: Virginia fans are sad, Bo Wallace thinks what, Shabazz
BEST OF MAXIM
Will Jon Gruden end up at Arkansas? Will Jon Gruden be the next coach at Tennessee? Will Jon Gruden stay at ESPN and keep saying things like “I think this Terrelle Pryor kid has a bright future in the league?”
Things are getting so crazy in the SEC coaching wars that even TV stations are using a Cindy Gruden Tennessee cheerleading photo (above) to reflect the fact that Jon has...
After speculating that ESPN’s Jon Gruden plans to leave for the NFL following this season, Sports-Illustrated’s Peter King’s comments were edited from the PTI interview on Wednesday (Credit: AP Photo)
There have been multiple reports over the past few months that former Raiders and Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden is interested in returning to the game. With a number of high profile...
Wouldn’t it be great to get Jon Gruden out of broadcasting? Then we wouldn’t have to hear about how EVERY NFL player is the best at his position.
Well maybe he’ll leave the booth for an SEC college football gig. Or Chucky will make his decision based on the winner of this weekend’s “fired bowl.”
Derek Dooley is gone after three losing seasons at UT, and if the Vols fall...
Arkansas Razorbacks: Liz Honey first serenaded us in September to much internet fanfare. Unfortunately, Hog fans are at it again. The Jon Gruden rumors have been swirling for months, but after the NFL on CBS had the guts to mention it this morning we should expect [...]
If Jon Gruden wants to leave his cushy gig as a Monday Night Football analyst, he would be wise to move to the college game, rather than try his hand at a return to the NFL.
The move from broadcast booth back to the sidelines isn’t a common one, and there’s a reason for that. It’s a hard transition. The best thing a coach can do is just keep working. The time and stress required...
There could be a bidding war for the services of “that guy,” Jon Gruden.
The Monday Night Football color man is the top pick for the head coaching vacancy at Tennessee according to Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports. Tennessee fired their head coach, Derek Dooley, on Sunday. Arkansas is also interested in the former Raiders and Buccaneers coach. Current Razorbacks’ head coach, John...
Like clockwork, the yearly rumors of Jon Gruden's departure from the ESPN booth to coaching are starting up in full force once again. In 2012, the sheer number of reports and rumors circling around Gruden have been more voluminous than ever before. (Putting to doubt the "exclusivity" of that exclusive five year contract Gruden signed with ESPN, naturally.) Everyone...
It’s surprising to me, albeit only mildly, that no one has re-hashed the whole Shaun King-John Gruden debacle, what-with all the chatter about Gruden possibly landing a job in the college football ranks come 2013. I mean, it wasn’t all that long ago that King was pointing a not-so-nice finger at Mr. Gruden—essentially calling him a liar—and saying he wasn’t a coach...
Time for this week's NFL announcing recap from the past Sunday in Straight Outta Stockton. The biggest announcing news this week though are the questions about Monday Night Football with coaching rumors once again swirling everywhere around ESPN's Jon Gruden. If only Brian Billick could return to coaching too, then we'd be golden...
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The Florida State “UNCONQUERED” statue was vandalized – Throw The Flag
Weekend Watch List: Enjoy rivalries like Notre Dame-Southern Cal while you can – CBS D. Dodd
Video: Former Vols’ QB Erik Ainge talks Jon Gruden and Tennessee – Saturday Down South
Clarifying Virginia Tech AD Jim Weaver’s comments about the SEC – Washington Post
This video from Bangor, Maine's WVII is one of the rarest sights in television - a news anchor quitting on the air. In this case, a pair of them. Anchors Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio quit the station at the end of their 6 PM telecast Tuesday night. The Bangor Daily News cites lengthy disagreements between the station's management and the anchors over the direction...