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  1. 13:33

    30 for 30 Shorts: Student/Athlete

    Reggie Ho never dreamed of playing football in college. Growing up in Hawaii, Reggie always visualized himself to be a doctor like his father. Yet he ended up playing a crucial role in Notre Dame's most recent undefeated season.

    January 20, 2015
  2. 04:05

    Georgia Tech Upends Georgia In Overtime

    Zach Laskey ran for 140 yards and three touchdowns to help Georgia Tech knock off Georgia 30-24.

    November 29, 2014
  3. 03:30

    30 Years Later, Koenning Returns to Austin

    WR coach Les Koenning joins the UT staff by way of Mississippi State where he was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

    March 18, 2014
  4. 05:14

    Longtime Strong Associate Sits Down With LHN

    A friend of Charlie Strong's for over 30 years, UT's new assistant head coach for the offense and quarterbacks Shawn Watson will help usher in a new era at Texas.

    March 11, 2014
  5. 04:49

    All-Access: LA-Lafayette

    Go behind the scenes with Louisiana-Lafayette and its coaching staff as the Ragin' Cajuns prepare for their next opponent. "ESPNU All-Access" every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. ET.

    November 20, 2013
  6. 11:53

    The Decision: The Patrick Larimore Story

    This was supposed to be a season of triumph for Patrick Larimore, a 22-year-old middle linebacker for UCLA. But in mid-August, as his senior season was about to start, Larimore decided not to play another down - ever.

    October 30, 2012
  7. 03:41

    GigEmNation: Kevin Sumlin on Postponement

    First-year Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin joins Anish Shroff on ESPNU to discusses the effects of Hurricane Isaac causing the postponement of Texas A&M's opener against Louisiana Tech.

    August 30, 2012
  8. 04:55

    Man In The Middle

    In an interview that originally aired on OTL on March 13, 2011 Christopher Cicero talks to John Barr about his role in Jim Tressel's troubles at Ohio State

    May 30, 2011