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  1. CORAL GABLES — For more than 20 minutes, Manny Diaz spoke and a room full of high school football players, their coaches and parents listened intently, the ballroom largely silent as the new Miami Hurricanes coach not only outlined his vision for the team, but described his approach to a successful life
  2. From a football perspective, retaining Ebner made a great deal of sense after the defensive progress the team made in his third year at the helm. The Blugolds led the WIAC with 39 sacks and recorded double-digit interceptions for the first time in 11 years. The squad was in the top half of the WIAC in
  3. AUSTIN — The only son of Michael and Shantrelle Jamison was barely 6 years old when the deadliest United States storm in almost eight decades ravaged their city. D'Shawn was too young to remember vividly the horror of Hurricane Katrina. Too young to have the images of families fleeing, levees failing
  4. The spring scrimmage finale provided the expected excitement about the potential of next season and appreciation for the United States military
  5. Nick Saban isn't likely to get much sympathy from his coaching peers regarding his offseason challenges. But even Alabama faces some, especially on a defense that was uncharacteristically vulnerable late last season. Such challenges are inevitable when seven underclassmen declare for the NFL draft
  6. Former Georgia Bulldogs and Miami Hurricanes head coach Mark Richt said Saturday that he doesn't envision himself coaching again. The 59-year-old Richt quit after his third season in Miami in the wake of the Hurricanes' 35-3 rout at the hands of Wisconsin in the Pinstripe Bowl on Dec. 27. Miami
  7. Reggie Bush is remembered as one of the greatest college football players, but his name and image have been erased from USC since 2010 when the NCAA imposed severe sanctions on the football program, stemming from improper benefits Bush received while at school. For the first time since that ruling, Bush
  8. The annual spring game brought some optimism for the future of Oregon State football.
  9. Pac-12 Networks' Jill Savage catches up with former Washington State quarterback Garden Minshew to talk working with head coach Mike Leach and his preparation for the NFL draft following the Cougars' spring game on Saturday. Minshew was named the 2018 Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year after
  10. There is, indeed, a three-man quarterback race at the University of Miami. As spring came to a close Saturday on a gorgeous, 73-degree afternoon at Camping World Stadium, the Miami Hurricanes quarterback scenario proved more hopeful and inclusive than it had all previous 14 practice sessions. And that