In his new book, "Ten Men You Meet In The Huddle," former Packer Bill Curry gives football fans a unique look at legendary Packers coach Vince Lombardi. Here's an excerpt.
Life on the recruiting trail can take its toll, especially after a subpar season. But Charlie Weis' enthusiasm and his staff's experience could result in a top-10 recruiting class.
Bill Curry has coached and played in the SEC, and he understands the passion of its fans, the genius of its coaches and why there's nothing like it.
Eddie Robinson's greatest accomplishments weren't on the football field. His ability to inspire compassion in his players had a far greater impact, writes Bill Curry.
In a culture that celebrates belligerence, the FIU-Miami brawl should not be a surprise. But the choices made at this crucial juncture can prevent future storms.
Coaches' decisions teach young people the lasting value of integrity, well-calculated risks and grace under fire, writes Bill Curry.
Very few young QBs are allowed to develop the skills needed to handle the fame and the expectations, writes Bill Curry.
All football players live in a kind of zoo, writes Bill Curry. Compared to the NFL, college football is a petting zoo.
The Orioles won the Leo Mazzone Sweepstakes with a terrific contract, but his heart was stolen long ago by Baltimore.
How do teams play well in big games and become champions? It all comes down to how the players and coaches channel their focus.
Danny Wuerffel won titles and trophies, but his work in New Orleans will have an eternal impact.
With the distractions facing today's players, only the most effective leaders can maintain their teams's focus.
Freshmen are making their presence felt this year, but don't forget they're really just 18-year-old kids.
Holding grudges has long been a part of both the human condition and college football.
Confidence, innate leadership abilities, great position coaches and talent all go into making a great quarterback.
A coach can deter most of his players from gambling, but societal messages can lead some to become snagged by debt.