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  1. Big Ten's lunch links

    Austin Ward

    Make up your mind, Mother Nature. Connor Cook now has the freedom to audible at the line of scrimmage for Michigan State, another sign of confidence in the quarterback heading into his second season as the starter. If the problem for Michigan l...

    Blog | April 17, 2014
  2. Bill O'Brien takes stage at Penn State Nittany Lions' spring game...

    Penn State coach Bill O'Brien grabbed a microphone and started barking play calls over the stadium loudspeakers.

    Story | Conversation | April 20, 2013
  3. ACC title game could be interesting ... really

    Heather Dinich

    Dear ACC: It's time to call an audible. You have the power, now use it. Throw a flag on your own ACC championship game. Throw caution to the wind. Throw the Coastal Division out the back door. Give us No. 10 Florida State vs. No. 11 Clemson ...

    Blog | November 12, 2012
  4. Jones matures again in Fiesta Bowl

    David Ubben

    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The groans from the crimson-and-cream-clad fans were audible, the interception apparently inevitable. For the third consecutive game, Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones tossed a first-half interception. For the second time in tho...

    Blog | January 02, 2011
  5. Katz, Oregon State click at Arizona

    Ted Miller

    TUCSON, Ariz. -- It is a fabrication to say there was an audible click -- click! -- and Oregon State's Ryan Katz became a good quarterback. But if you watched Katz run away from Arizona pressure and effortlessly send a ball 48 yards for a touchdown w...

    Blog | October 10, 2010
  6. Change in chat time

    Heather Dinich

    Audible guys ... Mark Schlabach and I switched out chat times today. Join me at 2 p.m. for ACC talk. See you there!...

    Blog | December 28, 2009
  7. Future Duke quarterback prepared for transition

    Heather Dinich

    Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich Duke backup quarterback Sean Renfree was recruited by Tennessee and had committed to Georgia Tech, but he knew exactly what he was getting himself into when he called an audible and signed a letter of intent to...

    Blog | May 05, 2009
  8. QB Tim Tebow to bypass draft, remain at Florida

    Quarterback Tim Tebow says he will return to Florida for his senior season.

    Story | Conversation | January 11, 2009
  9. Texas facing difficult challenge after Tech loss

    David Ubben

    Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin The loud battering of pads that should be audible later today far outside Texas' Frank Denius Practice Fields will be coming with a reason. Brendan Maloney/US Presswire Mack Brown and the Longhor...

    Blog | November 04, 2008
  10. Georgia Tech's Shaw called the right audible

    Heather Dinich

    Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson had to recruit backup quarterback Jaybo Shaw twice -- once when Johnson was at the Naval Academy, and again when he was hired by Georgia Tech. The second time was much easier, ev...

    Blog | September 26, 2008
  11. Bradford's steady play steers Sooners past Horns

    Sam Bradford looked as at ease as he did in his record-setting first few games against outmatched teams, throwing for three touchdowns and hardly making a mistake to steer No. 10 Oklahoma past No. 19 Texas 28-21 in their annual grudge match Saturday.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | October 06, 2007
  12. Minnesota 10, North Dakota State 9

    Minnesota 10, North Dakota State 9

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | October 21, 2006
  13. Orton leads Purdue past Illini

    Kyle Orton passed for 366 yards and four touchdowns, and Taylor Stubblefield caught 11 passes for 115 yards to lead Purdue to a 38-30 win over Illinois on Saturday.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | September 25, 2004
  14. Play-calling confusion latest Florida folly

    Rex Grossman surveyed the defense, called an audible, took the snap and threw for a touchdown -- to the wrong team.

    Story | Conversation | October 15, 2002