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Excellent TV lineup today

Thanksgiving is a day filled with plenty of great food, family, and football. We've even got a mix of family and football with a some head to head Harbaugh action tonight. Lots to be thankful for today.

All times are eastern.

NFL:

Green Bay at Detroit - 12:30 - FOX

Miami at Dallas - 4 - CBS

San Francisco at Baltimore - 8 - NFL Network

College:

Tuskegee at Alabama State - 4 - ESPNU

Texas at Texas A&M - 8 - ESPN

High School:

No games.





Broyles nominees

29 nominees were announced today. 5 finalists will be announced next week. The winner will be announced on December 6th.

Full list of nominees:

  • Sal Sunseri, Alabama, Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers
  • Robert Anae, Arizona, Offensive Line
  • Garrick McGee, Arkansas, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
  • Dave Wommack, Arkansas State, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties
  • Tim Banks, Cincinnati, Co-Defensive Coordinator
  • Chad Morris, Clemson, Offensive Coordinator
  • George DeLeon, Connecticut, Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends
  • Todd Grantham, Georgia, Defensive Coordinator/Outside Linebackers
  • Vic Koenning, Illinois, Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers
  • Tee Martin, Kentucky, Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers
  • Tommy Spangler, Louisiana Tech /Defensive Coordinator
  • John Chavis, LSU, Defensive Coordinator
  • Greg Mattison, Michigan, Defensive Coordinator
  • Ron Brown, Nebraska, Running Backs
  • Art Kaufman, North Carolina, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
  • Bob Diaco, Notre Dame, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
  • Brent Venables, Oklahoma, Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator
  • Todd Monken, Oklahoma State, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
  • Bruce Read, Oregon State, Special Teams
  • John DeFilippo, San Jose State University, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
  • Brad Lawing, South Carolina, Defensive Line
  • Derek Mason, Stanford, Defensive Coordinator/Associate Head Coach
  • Chuck Heater, Temple University, Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs
  • Manny Diaz, Texas, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
  • Monte Kiffin, USC, Assistant Head Coach/Defense
  • Bryan Stinespring, Virginia Tech, Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles
  • Jim Reid, Virginia, Defensive Coordinator
  • Ryan Cubit, Western Michigan University, Quarterbacks
  • Paul Chryst, Wisconsin, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks



  • Fickell has performed admirably

    Ohio State plays at Michigan Saturday at noon in what might be Fickell's last game as head coach of the Buckeyes amidst rampant speculation that Urban Meyer will took over shortly thereafter.

    We just wanted to weigh in real quick to say that under what had to have been incredibly challenging conditions in Columbus, we believe that Luke has performed exceptionally well during his tenure as head coach.  

    Regardless of who has what title, we fully anticipate Luke Fickell coaching at Ohio State for a long time to come (he might wind up being a lifer). Not that anyone is owed anything; but Fickell earns it everyday. 




    Video: D-III playoff look - Week 2

    We're in week 2 of the D-III playoffs, and once again we asked Pat Coleman, executive editor of D3football.com to join us to share his thoughts on the games.

    Be sure to check D3football.com for all the scores and gameday analysis on Saturday.




    SpeedTracs will help you win more games

    Watch one minute of this video and you will see how SpeedTracs will help your program win more games.

    Follow up with them directly via: SpeedTracs.com 




    Coaches giving thanks

    Thanksgiving is tomorrow. Take some time to think about what is important to you.

    As Gene Chizik puts it in this well produced piece from CBS Sports, "Life is too short for you to have to be miserable everyday."

    Be thankful for what you have and those that love you.




    Pro combat uniforms strike again

    Stanford will be taking the field this weekend against Notre Dame without the customary Cardinal colors on.

    Instead, Stanford will be wearing their new Nike Pro Combat uniforms featuring deep red jersey and pants, and a black matte helmet.

    Head coach David Shaw said that recruits are taking notice of the new style as well, saying that "when Nike unveiled them on Facebook, immediately we heard from our recruits about how excited they were."

    Notre Dame and Stanford will kick off at Saturday at 8 on ABC.

    stanford pro_combat




    Dooley may be getting other offers

    After word of this interview leaked out, we hear that a number of SEC universities are considering approaching Derek Dooley about becoming a guest lecturer within their algebra and geometry sections.

    Pythagorean theorem?