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Michigan hires Nussmeier to revive offense

Former Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier will join Michigan in the same capacity and replace Al Borges with the Wolverines, the school announced Thursday.

Source: Franklin has no offer from Penn St.

While Vanderbilt's James Franklin remains the leading candidate to become coach at Penn State, he has not received a formal offer, a Penn State source told ESPN's Joe Schad on Thursday.

Source: Kiffin interviewing to be Bama OC

If it took calling Phil Jackson to better understand the merits of running zone versus man-to-man, he wouldn't hesitate to pick up the phone and dial. There's no room to worry about outside perception in Alabama coach Nick Saban's world.

Snedeker to Franklin: Free lessons if you stay

Vanderbilt alum and PGA Tour pro Brandt Snedeker doesn't want head football coach James Franklin to leave Nashville for a higher-profile job and is willing to personally help the cause.

Report: Penn St. offers job to Vandy's Franklin

Penn State has offered Vanderbilt's James Franklin its head coaching position Wednesday after a long meeting with the search committee in Florida, according to the Scranton Times Tribune.

ASU to name former NFL exec Anderson as AD

Former NFL executive Ray Anderson will be named Arizona State's vice president for athletics, a person familiar with his hiring told The Associated Press.

Report: Winston accuser planning to sue QB

Jameis Winston's alleged rape accuser plans to file a civil lawsuit against the Florida State Seminoles quarterback and the Tallahassee Police Department, her attorney told ABC News on Wednesday.

Source: Petrino gets offer from Louisville

Current Western Kentucky coach Bobby Petrino has been offered the job and is expected to return as the football coach at Louisville, a source close to the decision told ESPN on Wednesday.

Strong on criticism: Wins will change that

New Texas Longhorns coach Charlie Strong isn't going to let a little criticism from longtime Longhorns billionaire booster Red McCombs ruin his first few days on the job.

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