Daily Archives: February 3, 2024

UNM great Terance Mathis named head coach at Morehouse College

[ad_1] Feb. 2—Terance Mathis, a two-time All-American wide receiver for New Mexico, has been hired as Morehouse College’s head football coach, the program announced Friday via release. Mathis, 56, was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in December after rewriting the record books in his four seasons as a Lobo. Following a successful 13-year NFL career, he has …

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2024 Senior Bowl takeaways: Spencer Rattler shines in all-star game, Joe Milton has tough day, more storylines

[ad_1] MOBILE, ALA. — The 75th Anniversary Team was honored at halftime of the Senior Bowl on Saturday, a who’s who that included NFL greats Terrell Owens, Hines Ward, Cornelius Bennett, Patrick Willis and LeRoy Butler, among others. And American Team quarterback Spencer Rattler wasted little time playing like a future member of the 100th Anniversary Team; the first drive …

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Dan Quinn signs contract to become Commanders head coach

[ad_1] Dan Quinn has signed his contract to become coach of the Washington Commanders, with the final NFL team to fill a head vacancy going with a candidate with previous experience in the role. The team announced the hiring of Quinn on Saturday after reaching a verbal agreement with him earlier in the week. The former Atlanta Falcons coach who …

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Commanders name Dan Quinn head coach: Former Cowboys DC, new ownership address future in Washington

[ad_1] After much ado, the Washington Commanders have found their new head coach, on Thursday reaching a verbal agreement with Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, as reported by CBS Sports lead NFL insider Jonathan Jones. The two sides have since officially put pen to paper on a contract and formally announced the hiring Saturday.  “My partners and I entered this offseason …

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Penn State still in the mix for top five tight end

[ad_1] The recruitment of elite class of 2025 tight end Nate Roberts will certainly be one to monitor throughout the spring and summer. Despite some analysts of 247Sports putting Crystal Ball picks in that the four-star will eventually land with Ohio State, there’s been some information shared by Tom Loy of 247Sports that Penn State is still a major contender …

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Zay Flowers fined $10,927 for taunting penalty against Chiefs

[ad_1] Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers is out some money due to a penalty in the AFC Championship Game. Flowers was tackled by Chiefs cornerback L’Jarius Sneed at the end of a 54-yard pass from Lamar Jackson late in the third quarter and pushed off of Sneed, who was holding onto Flowers’ leg. Flowers then flipped the ball toward Sneed …

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A look at Wisconsin football’s entire coaching staff for the 2024 season

[ad_1] The Wisconsin football program has experienced a surprising amount of coaching turnover this offseason. It’s not as if Luke Fickell’s team was in the National Championship and had assistants getting promotions left and right. This turnover felt unique, with several assistants making lateral moves to other programs. Wide receivers coach Mike Brown took the same position at Notre Dame, …

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Justin Bieber takes in warmups with 2024 NHL All-Stars

[ad_1] Greg Wyshynski, ESPNFeb 3, 2024, 05:34 PM ET CloseGreg Wyshynski is ESPN’s senior NHL writer. TORONTO — Justin Bieber is all over NHL All-Star Weekend, which is being held in Toronto near where the superstar singer grew up playing hockey. Editor’s Picks His fashion brand, Drew House, collaborated to design the players’ All-Star jerseys. He was a celebrity captain …

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Chiefs open practice window for RB Jerick McKinnon

[ad_1] The Chiefs potentially will have another offensive weapon for Super Bowl LVIII. The AFC Champions have designated running back Jerick McKinnon for a return to practice from injured reserve, via Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. The Chiefs placed McKinnon on IR on December 24 with a groin injury. If he’s able to play in Super Bowl LVIII, he’ll get …

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Evan Williams, Jackson Powers-Johnson earn honors at Reese’s Senior Bowl

[ad_1] The five Oregon Ducks who went on to play at the Reese’s Senior Bowl this week have certainly made good impressions. On the offensive side of the ball, Bo Nix dazzled with his arm talent and accuracy, while Jackson Powers-Johnson boosted his draft stock as arguably the best interior offensive lineman in the class. Defensively, Brandon Dorlus displayed an …

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