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FSU board ‘unanimously in favor of seeing what Big 12 might offer’

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Oh boy.  Here we go.  Again.

Rumor and speculation has bubbled just below the surface for weeks connecting Florida State — and Clemson to some degree as well — to a potential move to the Big 12.  Such smoke has been dismissed by most national observers as well as the school’s athletic department, with athletic director Randy Spetman issuing a statement just yesterday attempting to quash the speculation.

“We’re in the ACC. We’re committed to the ACC,” Spetman said in the statement. “That’s where our president and the board of trustees has committed to, so we’re great partners in the ACC.”

Yeah, about that whole “board of trustees being onboard with the ACC as a great partner” thing…

In an exclusive interview with WarChant.com, FSU Board of Trustees chairman Andy Haggard blasted the ACC and its recently-negotiated television deal, skewering the league for retaining its third-tier media rights for basketball while giving them away for football.  Perhaps most damaging to both the ACC and FSU’s credibility, though, is Haggard publicly hiking up his university’s skirt and openly courting some heavy petting from the Big 12.

“How do you not look into that option,” asked Haggard. “On behalf of the Board of Trustees I can say that unanimously we would be in favor of seeing what the Big 12 might have to offer. We have to do what is in Florida State’s best interest.”

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So, in one fell swoop, Haggard has not only undermined his current conference, but, perhaps more importantly, he’s undermined the very public words of the head of his own athletic department.

It should be noted that, the website writes, “Haggard confirmed that as far as he knows there has been no contact between FSU and the Big 12 regarding possible expansion.”  Based on Haggard’s very public rebuke of both the ACC and Spetman, he’d better hope that changes at some point in the future.

The new TV agreement reached between ESPN and the ACC would pay each conference member an average of $17 million annually over the life of a contract that will run through the 2026-2027 academic year.  Such an arrangement would put the ACC behind but near the payouts for the Big 12 ($20 million) and Pac-12 ($22 million) but well behind the Big Ten (gazillions) and SEC (gazillions once its deal is tweaked in the coming months).  As football is the driving force behind the mega-TV deals, and the product the ACC puts on the field Saturdays’ in the fall is undeniably inferior to the four aforementioned conferences, the compensation ACC members will receive falls very much in line when compared to the rest of the market.

Still, despite the obvious lack of football prowess contributing to a smaller bottom line, Haggard simply can’t wrap his head around his school’s current conference kowtowing to a state a little bit further north and a sport centered in the same region.

“It’s mind-boggling and shocking,” said Haggard. “How can the ACC give up third tier rights for football but keep them for basketball? …

“It continues the perception that the ACC favors the North Carolina schools.”

Add it all up, and what we have here is a complete and utter mess for both the ACC and FSU thanks to Haggard’s decision to come out with both lips blazing.  We’ll be anxiously awaiting responses from conference commissioner John Swofford and Spetman, if they come at all.

Until then, strap in.  It appears were might be on the verge of a third-straight offseason of expansion.

Yippie?!?

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DB Mackenro Alexander leaving Auburn, looking at USF

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A little-used Auburn defensive back is looking for a new football home where he’ll get utilized a little more, al.com‘s Brandon Marcello is reporting.

Citing a person familiar with the decision, Marcello reported that Mackenro Alexander (pictured, being dragged) has been granted a release from his AU scholarship and will transfer to another football program to continue his playing career. One of those places could be USF, where 247Sports.com reports the safety is visiting Saturday.

USF is located in Tampa, Fla., a little over a two-hour drive from Alexander’s home in Immokalee.

Alexander saw very little playing time after coming to Auburn as a three-star member of the Class of 2013.  He played in eight games as a true freshman, then none in 2014.

Originally verbally committed to Florida State, Alexander, rated as the No. 43 safety in the country, ultimately chose AU over his other finalists, Clemson and Mississippi State.  Alexander’s four-star cornerback brother, Mackensie Alexander, signed with Clemson in 2013 and, after redshirting, was named as a freshman All-American by several outlets coming off a season in which he started 13 games.

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SMU, Baylor QBs transfer to Sacramento State

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For the first time since Chad Morris took over as head coach last month, a player has left the SMU football program. And, as it turns out, another player from a fellow Texas FBS program is following.

In a press release Friday, Sacramento State announced that Kolney Cassel is one of three midyear transfers joining the team. Because the Hornets play at the FCS level, the quarterback will be eligible to play immediately this coming season.

“We wanted to add a transfer at quarterback and after looking at film and talking to coaches, we were fortunate to get Kolney,” head coach Jody Sears said in a statement. “He brings some experience and veteran leadership to the program. He has good size (6-foot-2, 192 pounds) and a great arm and will increase the competition at the position.”

After redshirting as a true freshman in 2013, Cassel played in five games for a Mustang squad that saw four different quarterbacks start at least one contest. Cassel was one of those, starting one game.

The three-star member of SMU’s 2013 recruiting class completed 15-of-37 passes (40.5 percent) for 156 yards and a touchdown for the one-win Mustangs. He has three years of eligibility remaining.

Matt Davis, a Texas A&M transfer who started the majority of the games the last month of the season; Garrett Krstich, who started from mid-September until Davis essentially took over; and Neal Burcham, the starter at the beginning of the season until being sidelined by a season-ending injury, will head into spring practice as the three favorites for the job, with that logjam factoring into Cassel’s decision.  Of the three that remain, Davis would likely be considered the front-runner.

As for the other FBS transfer, the Hornets also announced the addition of Alexis Robinson. Robinson signed a track scholarship with Baylor last year and was also a preferred walk-on to the Bears football team, where he redshirted for the 2014 season.

“We didn’t sign a quarterback last season so Alexis will step in and fill that role for that class,” Sears said. “He is a world-class sprinter that is a football player. He’s a phenomenal athlete that we are lucky to have in our program.”

Robinson will have four years of eligibility remaining and, like Cassel, will be eligible immediately.

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‘Cuse adds TEs coach, adjusts Bobby Acosta’s role

Jake Moreland

Scott Shafer has officially made a couple of tweaks to his Syracuse coaching staff, including filling the lone hole in his nine-man group.

In a press release, the Orange confirmed that Jake Moreland has been hired as Shafer’s tight ends coach.  Moreland will replace Bobby Acosta, who will slide outside from tight ends to wide receivers.

George McDonald, following his in-season demotion from offensive coordinator, had finished out the 2014 season as receivers coach and is now in the same position at North Carolina State.

“Jake is an outstanding leader of young men and a terrific football coach,” Shafer said in a statement. “The expertise he brings from his 12 years as a tight ends coach will greatly enhance that area for our program as he and Joe Adam work together to mold our offensive line into a productive and cohesive group.

“Adding Jake to our staff allows Bobby Acosta to resume coaching receivers, a position he has mentored at three other schools, and serve as our recruiting coordinator. Along with offensive coordinator Tim Lester and running backs coach DeAndre Smith, Jake, Bobby and Joe will lead a productive offense and develop the young men in our program. We are thrilled to welcome Jake, his wife, Anne, and their daughters, Courtney, Grace and Emma, to the Syracuse family.”

Moreland comes to the ‘Cuse after spending the past three seasons as the tight ends coach at Air Force. He also has a history with Shafer, serving on the same staff at Western Michigan in 2005-06.

“It is a unique opportunity to come to Syracuse after having been at Air Force because both programs focus on the development of the student-athlete, emphasizing academics and athletics, to build student-athletes of high character and mentor young people who will become leaders,” Moreland said. “All of the values Coach Shafer instills in this program parallel what I believe in. My relationships with this coaching staff began early in our careers and then we went our separate ways to continue to grow. It is special to be back together again.”

(Photo credit: Air Force athletics)

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Report: Saban expected to stay in-house to fill one staff vacancy

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Alabama announced earlier Saturday that the Tide would be retaining their offensive coordinator, thus avoiding a third hole on Nick Saban‘s coaching staff.  Of the two remaining holes, one has reportedly been filled, and the head coach didn’t have to go outside the building to fill it.

According to Thayer Evans of SI.com, Saban is expected to promote Tosh Lupoi to outside linebackers coach.  Lupoi currently serves as what’s described as a “defensive analyst.”

If the move comes to fruition, Lupoi would replace Lance Thompson, who left for Auburn earlier this month in what amounted to a lateral move.

In December of 2013, it was reported that Lupoi, the defensive line coach under Steve Sarkisian at Washington, gave $4,500 in impermissible benefits to defensive lineman Andrew Basham, who signed with the Huskies the previous February but failed to qualify academically.  Lupoi, who was under consideration for a job on Sarkisian’s new staff at USC, subsequently and very vehemently denied the allegations.  Because of the NCAA investigation into the allegations, Lupoi did not reunite with Sarkisian at USC.

In mid-January, it was reported that Lupoi and the football program had reached an agreement on a separation deal as he was not retained by new Huskies head coach Chris Petersen.  The NCAA completed its probe into the issue in early February, announcing that no sanctions would be meted out against either Lupoi or the UW football program.

Less than two months later, Lupoi was hired by Saban.

Lupoi spent six seasons as a defensive line coach at Cal (2006-11) — he was named Rivals.com‘s Recruiter of the Year in 2010 — before leaving for the Huskies in January of 2012.  Shortly after joining the staff at UW, Lupoi was found to have committed a minor NCAA violation unrelated to the other incident, resulting in his being “limited” during the spring evaluation period for recruits.

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Ex-Gamecock Shaq Roland to finish career at an FCS A&M

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A career that began with much promise at the FBS level will finish further down the collegiate ladder.

The mother of former South Carolina Gamecock Shaq Roland has confirmed to Josh Kendall of The State that her son has decided to move on to Prairie View A&M in Texas. As the Panthers are an FCS program, Roland, an SC native, will be eligible to play immediately in 2015.

“He was feeling kind of depressed (when he left the team), but he’s coming back to normal,” the wide receiver’s mother, Petina Etheredge, told the paper. “He said from the beginning that he wanted to get out of South Carolina. He felt like it would give him an opportunity for a fresh start and a second chance.”

A fresh start was certainly in order for what was an up-and-down career with the Gamecocks.

In 2013, the wide receiver was suspended for a total of three games for unspecified violations of team policies.

This season, Roland was third on the team in receiving yards (356) and receiving touchdowns (four), and he’s fourth in receptions (26). Even with that statistical success, Roland didn’t travel with the team for a game against Kentucky because he failed to attend a team meeting and a walkthrough.

A couple of days before Christmas, Roland quit the team.

A four-star member of USC’s 2012 recruiting class, Roland was rated as the No. 10 receiver in the country and the No. 1 player at any position in the state of South Carolina.

Despite all of that recruiting potential, Roland finished his Gamecock career with just 56 catches for 891 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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Ole Miss’ Trae Elston issues mea culpa for arrest

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Very early Thursday morning, two Ole Miss football players were arrested and charged. A day later, one of the two publicly apologized.

Defensive back Trae Elston and wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow were each charged with disorderly conduct, while Elston had a charge of resisting arrest tacked on as well. The incident that led to the legal predicament occurred outside of a bar called Lyric and reportedly involved numerous people in what was described as a large disturbance.

From WREG-TV in Memphis:

A police report said an officer was trying to break up a fight when Stringfellow fled on foot. An officer took him down a short ways away, but said Stringfellow refused to follow orders.

The report checked a box, indicating the incident might have been alcohol-related.

Another police report said an officer saw Elston hit another man. When an officer stepped in, Elston reportedly took off.

After taking off, Elston took to Twitter for his mea culpa.

Unlike Stringfellow, this is Elston’s first run-in with the law. “We are gathering facts on the matter,” head coach Hugh Freeze said in a very brief statement.

Over the past three years, Elston, a safety, has started 32 games for the Rebels.

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Alabama announces Lane Kiffin will return to Tide in 2015

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This past week, Nick Saban stated that, amidst NFL speculation, Lane Kiffinis committed to us right now.”  It appears that, moving forward, that commitment will include the entire 2015 season.

And addresses — and puts an end to — the staff overhaul speculation for good measure.

In a press release, and less than two weeks before National Signing Day, Alabama confirmed that Kiffin will return to the Tide for the upcoming season.  Last weekend saw Kiffin’s name surface as the front-runner for the coordinator job of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers.

This weekend begins with statements from both the interested parties reaffirming their commitments.

“We’ve very pleased and happy that Lane is going to be staying here at the University of Alabama with us,” Saban said. “He’s done a fabulous job and is one of the finest offensive coaches in the country. He is going to have plenty of opportunities in the future and we want to continue to help him develop as a coach so when he leaves here, he’ll be in a very good situation. Our offense was extremely productive last season and we look forward to building on some of the good things we did on that side of the ball with this year’s team.”

In his statement, Kiffin intimated that the speculation involving the 49ers was overstated.

“I made a comment at the Sugar Bowl that I would be back this fall at Alabama and that is definitely the plan,” said Kiffin in his statement. “This time of year, there are lots of things out there regarding other coaching opportunities, but I want to reaffirm my commitment to the University of Alabama, Coach Saban, and our team. I’m excited about what our offensive staff was able to accomplish last year, but I also think there are a lot of things we can do a better job of in terms of putting our players in the best situation to have success.

“After being here for a year, I can see why this is such a special place in terms of the history, tradition, and how much football means to everyone at Alabama. I also have learned so much in the time I’ve spent with Coach Saban and really have a better understanding of what makes him the great coach that he is. I think the more time I can spend learning from him, the better coach I will be in the future.”

Kiffin recently completed his first season with the Tide, setting a school record in his debut for total offense while quarterback Blake Sims and wide receiver Amari Cooper both set records for passing yards and receiving yards, respectively. He was a finalist for the Broyles Award, given annually to the nation’s top assistant coach.

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Alvarez: Pat Narduzzi interviewed for UW job

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With all signs pointing to Paul Chryst being named as Wisconsin’s new head coach, Barry Alvarez acknowledged on Dec. 12 that he would be interviewing two additional candidates. While the athletic director wouldn’t divulge the two potential candidates at the time, one was reported to be former Rutgers head coach Greg Schiano.

Not only did Alvarez confirm Friday the Schiano interview, he also revealed the second candidate: Pat Narduzzi. The AD wasn’t done with the revelations either — or pulling the curtain back a bit on the coach-agent-school dynamic for that matter. From the Wisconsin State Journal:

Alvarez said there were others interviewed, including an African-American, but he declined to identify them because they’re currently head coaches.

“That’s where it gets touchy because then you jeopardize their job because they’re looking (for a different job) or their agent’s looking for them,” he said.

As had been expected all along, Chryst was officially introduced as UW’s head coach on Dec. 17, leaving the same post at Pittsburgh to come back to his home state. The man who replaced Chryst? Narduzzi, of course.

Three days after Chryst’s hiring, reports first surfaced that Narduzzi had interviewed for the Panthers’ opening. Six days after that, Narduzzi was officially introduced as Chryst’s successor at Pitt.

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At title celebration, Braxton Miller indicates ‘we’ve got another year’

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Saturday morning, fans gathered at Ohio Stadium to celebrate Ohio State’s title in the first College Football Playoff.  And, it appears, they may have been party to some “breaking” news.

As each player was introduced, Braxton Miller was greeted with a “one more year!” chant from those huddled in the Columbus cold.  In speaking to the throng, Miller seemed to indicate that a return to the Buckeyes, not a transfer to another football program as most have expected, is in the cards for 2015.

It was reported earlier this week that Miller is enrolled for the spring semester at OSU, an indication that he’ll (likely) be at the school when summer rolls around.  Because of the continued rehab on the shoulder that kept him out for the 2014 season, and was the impetus for the current quarterback “conundrum,” Miller will not participate in spring practice.  J.T. Barrett, who led the Buckeyes to an 11-1 mark as a starter before sustaining his own season-ending injury, will be limited in the spring, meaning that the postseason hero, Cardale Jones, will get most of the meaningful reps during the spring — and presumably a leg up in the race for the starting, especially with a new/different coordinator on the job.

Just because Miller states “we’ve got another year” at a celebration… and just because Urban Meyer thinks he’ll be back… and just because he’s enrolled for the spring, that doesn’t mean, though, things can’t or won’t change once summer rolls around, as we’re reminded by Bob Hunter of the Columbus Dispatch:

With his degree in hand, Miller can transfer and play immediately, and his current enrollment at Ohio State has nothing to do with that. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who also had graduated early and was giving minor-league baseball a try, didn’t make up his mind to transfer from North Carolina State to Wisconsin until June 2011. That season, he led the Badgers to the Rose Bowl.

Of course, Miller could be back for another year, but at a different position. So there’s that as well.  Still, there are a growing number of signs that Miller will, at one position or another, indeed return to OSU for his final collegiate season.

Whether that is the case when spring gives way to summer still remains to be seen.

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Starting OT Brandon Shell one of two Gamecocks who’ll miss spring

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South Carolina will be down a couple of players during the spring, including one expected to be one of the linchpins of the offensive line.

Brandon Shell was bothered by a shoulder issue leading up to the Gamecocks’ bowl game this past season but played in the game. He did, however, undergo surgery earlier this month to repair a torn labrum.

As a result, a school spokesperson confirmed to the Associated Press, the great-nephew of NFL Hall of Famer Art Shell will not be able to participate in spring practice this year. The good news, however, is that he could be back in time for summer workouts and should certainly, barring a setback during rehab, be 100-percent healthy for the start of summer camp.

Shell has started 36 of the last 39 games for the Gamecocks, including every game the past two seasons. A right tackle, there’s a possibility he could move to left tackle for the 2015 season.

In addition to Shell, linebacker Marcquis Roberts will miss spring practice as well. Like Shell, Roberts underwent surgery recently for a torn labrum. The time frame for Roberts’ return is similar to Shell’s.

Roberts started 14 games the past two seasons, nine in 2013 and five in 2014.

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Ed Orgeron’s pay similar to LSU predecessor’s

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LSU was able to land Ed Orgeron as its new defensive line coach and, as it turns out, they won’t have to even remotely break the bank to do so. Well, relative to last year’s pay structure it won’t.

According to both the Baton Rouge Advocate and New Orleans Times-Picayune, the proposed deal for Orgeron is for two years and worth a total of $895,000. Orgeron would earn $445,000 in 2015 and $450,000 in 2016, with a maximum bonus of $75,000 each season also possible.

Brick Haley, the man Orgeron replaced, earned $445,000 in 2014. Haley has since “been moved to an administrative role within the department,” the Advocate wrote.

Additionally, and as previously reported, four other coaches are up for raises and/or extensions: recruiting coordinator/associate head coach/running backs coach Frank Wilson will receive a three-year extension and a $10,000 raise to $660,000 annually; wide receivers coach Adam Henry and defensive backs coach Corey Raymond will each receive two-year extensions and $55,000 (to $375,000) and $10,000 (to $320,000) raises, respectively. Tight ends coach Steve Ensminger will receive a two-year contract extension but no raise.

LSU’s Board of Supervisors will consider the contract proposals at a meeting scheduled for next week. Another contract that will be considered is that of new defensive coordinator Kevin Steele, whose initial contract details weren’t a part of the agenda release.

The man who Steele replaced, John Chavis, earned $1.3 million in 2014 before leaving for the same job at Texas A&M earlier this month.

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Former four-star recruit will transfer from Tennessee to Maryland

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After a year in Knoxville, Tennessee, cornerback D’Andre Payne decided he wanted to play closer to home.

The Washington D.C. native announced on Twitter that he will transfer and become a member of Randy Edsall‘s Maryland Terrapins.

As a freshman, Payne played in eight games and registered four tackles.

Prior to arriving in Knoxville, the defensive back was considered a four-star recruit by Rivals.com and held over 30 scholarship offers.

Payne will have to sit out the 2015 campaign due to NCAA transfer rules, but he should be in position to compete for a starting job with Alvin Hill and Undray Clark graduating after the season.

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Overhaul of Alabama coaching staff is ‘complete speculation’

Tyler Siskey

As the coaching carousel continues to spin, most coaches want to become a part of the Alabama Crimson Tide staff, not leave it.

However, three different assistant coaches have left Nick Saban‘s purview since the team’s 42-35 loss to the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Sugar Bowl.

Tyler Siskey, who served as Alabama’s director of player personnel this past year, was the latest departure.

After linebackers coaches Kevin Steele and Lance Thompson also left for other positions with the LSU Tigers and Auburn Tigers, respectively, questions began to surface whether or not a mass exodus was starting among Alabama’s coaching staff.

Siskey was asked about the possibility after accepting a position as South Alabama’s wide receivers coach under Joey Jones.

“There’s absolutely zero truth to whatever speculation about something like that,” Siskey told Al.com’s Mike Herndon. “It happens every year in this business and in this league. It’s just part of it.

“I’ve been hit with that question about five times today. It’s the first I’ve heard it. You can’t control what people put out there. … You hear stories and it’s just complete speculation because they don’t know the truth.”

Siskey was merely looking for an opportunity to become a position coach, which he found with the Jaguars.

Otherwise, Alabama has yet to lose one of its key coordinators. Kirby Smart returns for his eighth season as the Crimson Tide’s defensive coordinator. Despite overtures from the NFL, Saban said that offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin is “committed” to Alabama “right now.”

If either of those two coaches decide to leave, legitimate concern can set in. Until then, Saban will put together the best possible staff to keep Alabama near the top of college football.

(Photo courtesy of Ole Miss athletic department)

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UPDATE: Utah State announces hiring of Josh Heupel (OC), Kevin Clune (DC)

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One day after Utah State reportedly handing the keys of its offense off to a former Oklahoma quarterback, that move has come to fruition.  As has the keys to the other side of the ball being handed off, as it turns out.

In press releases Friday, USU announced the hiring of Josh Heupel as offensive coordinator and Kevin Clune as defensive coordinator.  The former replaces Kevin McGiven, who left in late December to take the quarterbacks coach job at Oregon State, and the latter Todd Orlando, who left to take the same job at Houston.  Heupel will also carry the titles of assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach.

Heupel, who played quarterback for the Sooners, spent every year of his 11-year coaching career but one (Arizona, 2005) at OU, beginning as a grad assistant in 2004.  He became the quarterbacks coach in 2006, and was then promoted to co-coordinator in 2010.

Jan. 6, OU confirmed that Heupel, along with co-coordinator Jay Norvell, would no longer be a part of Bob Stoops‘ staff.  Norvell ultimately landed at rival Texas.

“We are very excited to add Josh Heupel to our coaching staff,” said head coach Matt Wells in a statement. “Josh brings a tremendous pedigree and accomplishments to Utah State and the offensive side of the ball. Our philosophies are very similar in how to move the football and I’m looking forward to a seamless transition this season with our offense. I’m excited to welcome Josh, his wife Dawn, and their two children to the Aggie football family.”

This a reunion of sorts for Clune, who served as the Aggies’ linebackers coach for five years (2009-13). Clune left USU to become the coordinator at Hawaii for what turned out to be just the 2014 season.

“Kevin has a tremendous amount of experience with our defense in terms of both terminology and daily operations, and his transition into this position will be very natural,” Wells said. “Kevin did a tremendous job at Hawai’i improving that defense and I have great confidence that he will continue to do special things here with our Aggie defense moving forward.”

UPDATE [9:40 p.m ET]: One announcement that flew under the radar when Utah State head coach Matt Wells officially introduced his new coordinators was a promotion among his existing staff.

Weber is entering his third season at Utah State. During his previous two seasons, Weber coached six different offensive linemen that received All-Mountain West Conference honors.

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Baylor Bears unveil newest helmet design

Bryce Petty

A new helmet or uniform unveiling has become routine in college football.

The equipment race to sway recruits is alive and well even during the offseason.

The Baylor Bears have been on the forefront of uniform exploration in recent years. Their helmets have ranged from traditional gold to matte forest green to golden chrome and everything in-between.

With National Signing Day looming, Baylor’s Director of Equipment Services Jeff Barlow unveiled the Bears’ latest addition to the their wardrobe:

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