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  1. Steve Spurrier has never been more relaxed — and South Caro...

    Michael Weinreb

    The Ball Coach has never been more relaxed — and South Carolina may be better than ever.

    Story | Conversation | August 31, 2012
  2. Former Fortune 500 CEO Joe Moglia gets his chance at leading Coas...

    Michael Weinreb

    Former Fortune 500 CEO Joe Moglia has never led a major football program - so why is Coastal Carolina finally giving him a chance?

    Story | Conversation | August 28, 2012
  3. Lane Kiffin and the history of USC football

    Michael Weinreb

    Examining USC's history of unorthodox head coaches and the maturation of Lane Kiffin.

    Story | Conversation | June 25, 2012
  4. The Grantland Top Five

    Michael Weinreb

    1. Ki-Jana Carter, running back In my mind, Ki-Jana Carter is not who you think he is. In my mind, Ki-Jana Carter is the man in this video, a sculpted 21-year-old who takes a handoff on a sunny day in Pasadena, Calif., stumbles forward, regains his ...

    Blog | August 17, 2011
  5. The Grantland Top Five

    Michael Weinreb

    1. Greg Schiano, football coach, Rutgers University College football is the most compelling sport in America, yet nothing is more torturous than listening to college football coaches speak publicly about their teams. I know this because I spent Tu...

    Blog | August 03, 2011
  6. The Grantland Top Five: NFL Retirees, Weed-Smoking Talking Dogs, ...

    Michael Weinreb

    1. The National Football League, New York, N.Y. Once, in Kansas City, I watched Conrad Dobler self-medicate. He had cycled through Percocet and OxyContin, and by the time I found him, a few years back, he was getting through the day on a regimen o...

    Blog | July 20, 2011
  7. The Grantland Top Five: Octogenarian Managers, UNC, and the Rest ...

    Michael Weinreb

    1. Garrett Gilbert/Matt Saracen, quarterbacks, Austin/Dillon, Texas The most emotionally compelling moment in the recent history of college football came on January 7, 2010, in the first quarter of the national championship game, when an 18-year-o...

    Blog | June 24, 2011