Don’t cry if your bracket is already destroyed. Drown your sorrows with these six college football stories from around the country.
Bill Battle made a bold move in 1970, recruiting Condredge Holloway to Tennessee, where he'd become the first African-American quarterback in the Southeastern Conference.
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Stallings praised Moore for all he has done in Tuscaloosa, then said Alabama couldn't have made a better choice in his replacement than Battle.
Thursday was supposed to the Jarvis Jones show for Georgia’s pro day. But he didn’t exactly have the best of days. Jones decided not to participate in last month’s NFL Combine, making his pro day all the more important.
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"He's a top notch guy - a good football player, a good football coach," Manning said. "But he's very successful in business. He took a company and took it to the top. He'll do a great job. He'll just pick right up with what Mal's been doing. They've got a great program.
Manning emphasized the importance of dual experience, both as a player and coach and as a successful businessman.
"Those days of just elevating a former coach, a kind of good ole boy, I think those days are over,'' Manning said. "I'd say Bill's playing days and coaching days aren't as valuable to him there as his business days. They made a good choice."