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  1. Great Moments in Interim Coaching History: NHL Version

    Sean McIndoe

    Earlier this week, the Edmonton Oilers became the second team so far this season to fire their coach, when they announced that Dallas Eakins would be replaced on an interim basis by GM Craig MacTavish and AHL coach Todd Nelson. That was rough news...

    Blog | December 18, 2014
  2. 2014 College Football Awards: Toasting the Best Coaches, Players,...

    Matt Hinton

    The 2014 college football season spanned 820 games over 15 weeks, and we covered them all exhaustively. Today we pause before barreling ahead into the bowl schedule to toast the best of the best regular season in sports. Last year, Ray was the ano...

    Blog | December 11, 2014
  3. Lightning Round: Gary Andersen Just Left Stepping-Stone Wisconsin...

    Grantland Staff

    The 2014 college football coaching carousel has included the requisite weirdness, with fans and media tracking athletic directors' flights, paparazzi taking pictures through living room windows, and a school canning a guy with a 67-27 record in ...

    Blog | December 11, 2014
  4. NFL Week 14 Winners and Losers: Jeff Fisher Trolls, Seattle Retur...

    Robert Mays

    Jeff Fisher The Rams' run over the past month has probably saved his job, but Fisher's best coaching move yesterday came before the ball was even kicked off. St. Louis sent out six very specific captains against Wa...

    Blog | December 08, 2014
  5. Giveaway Eagles: Should Philadelphia Be Worried About Its Turnove...

    Jason Bailey

    It's pretty hard to win football games when you consistently give the ball to the other team. That's no secret gem of coaching wisdom, but even just a cursory glance at the league's five most charitable teams shows as mu...

    Blog | December 04, 2014
  6. The Pelini Paradox: Why Consistency Doomed the Embattled Nebraska...

    Matt Hinton

    Nebraska fired Bo Pelini on Sunday, bringing a supremely mismatched marriage to a sudden yet inevitable finish before the situation began to really deteriorate. By pulling the plug when he did, athletic director Shawn Eichorst spared Nebraskans both...

    Blog | December 01, 2014
  7. The 2014 Pigskin Pantheon: Week 14 College Football Awards

    Holly Anderson

    College football serves and is served by many gods, old and new. Here, week after week, we'll build a temple to them, installing saints and erecting graven idols as we go. The temple is made of words and pictures from the Internet....

    Blog | December 01, 2014
  8. Can Mike Dunlap — or Anyone — Save Loyola Marymount B...

    Jonathan Abrams

    Mike Dunlap arrived as an assistant coach at USC in April 1986, wide-eyed and eager to learn after following head coach George Raveling from Iowa to California. The coaching regime change set in motion a complicated series of events and miscommunicat...

    Blog | November 25, 2014
  9. Coach Boom Finally Goes Bust at UF

    Matt Hinton

    To no one's surprise, Saturday's 23-20 loss to South Carolina marked the official end of the Will Muschamp era at Florida, a four-year odyssey that will soon be remembered for nothing in particular. Blessed with enviable talent an...

    Blog | November 17, 2014
  10. Meet the Real Florida State: Your Weekly College Football Wrap

    Matt Hinton

    Florida State's come-from-behind, 31-27 win over Notre Dame was the best game of 2014 and a firm answer to one of the season's most pressing questions: No, these most definitely are not the same old Seminoles. As stewards of a 23-...

    Blog | October 20, 2014
  11. Charlie Weis, College Football's Most Successful Failure

    Matt Hinton

    On Saturday, Kansas was shut out by Texas, 23-0, the Jayhawks' 41st loss in their last 43 conference games. On Sunday morning, the school announced it had fired coach Charlie Weis, who had overseen a little less than half of those defeats s...

    Blog | September 29, 2014
  12. Week 4 Picks and Preview: It’s the Coaching, Stupid

    Bill Barnwell

    You know a good NFL quarterback when you see one, right? Sure, it might take a few hundred passes and a playoff game or two to really get a grip on how good a passer looks, but watch a guy for a few games and you shouldn't find it too difficult ...

    Blog | September 26, 2014
  13. Boomers? Oklahoma’s 3-4 Defense Faces a Measuring-Stick Mom...

    Matt Hinton

    After decades of making his living coaching the 4-3 defense, Bob Stoops has no problem listing the reasons he opted to install a 3-4 scheme at Oklahoma following the 2012 season. There are four, and Stoops rattles them off like a man who's discu...

    Blog | September 19, 2014
  14. A Defense to Match: Appreciating the Stingy Spartans in the Offen...

    Chris B. Brown

    Mark Dantonio and Pat Narduzzi have shared a sideline for more than a decade, first at Cincinnati and now at Michigan State, and in the process they've forged one of college football's great coaching pairings. In recent years the head coach...

    Blog | September 02, 2014
  15. Why History Won't Be on Chris Petersen's Side at Washin...

    Ed Feng

    The 2014 college football season is rapidly approaching. Are you excited? We're excited! We're also here to help you prep for the impending campaign with a steady stream of preview content. So check back daily (well, not on weeken...

    Blog | August 12, 2014
  16. Season Orientation FAQ: What’s New, College Football?

    Holly Anderson

    The 2014 college football season is rapidly approaching. Are you excited? We're excited! We're also here to help you prep for the impending campaign with a steady stream of preview content. So check back daily (well, not on weekends!) for m...

    Blog | July 28, 2014