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Stanford gettin edgy: "How we do it over here"

Another day, another great video. Today we're rollin with Stanford football.

As you might have seen on here from time to time, Stanford undoubtedly puts out some great videos. Most of them are well produced, polished and even polite. 

This video however, gets a little edgy for Stanford. Give it a look. 

This is how you are going to work out at the University of Houston

Tony Levine recently hired Brian Odom as his director of football strength & conditioning. Odom had been at the University of Arizona for the past four seasons as associate director of performance enhancement (nice title). 

Good video below from Houston featuring Odom talking about his role in preparing each player.

Gannett vs. FootballScoop

Gannett, the nation's largest newspaper publisher, announced this morning that by year end they will switch over all of their 80 community newspaper websites to a paid model in which the user has to pay a monthly fee to gain access to be able to read articles and learn the news. 

Far and away Gannett's largest newspaper asset is USA Today (note that at this time they did not announce that USA Today would switch to the paid model).

FootballScoop, modestly smaller than Gannett, is announcing by this post that we plan to remain free to the people! 

In other news, Gannett also noted that they planned to return $1.3 billion to shareholders over the next three years. FootballScoop has no such plans. 

The final cut: Vandy signing day

Over the past few weeks, we've highlighted signing day at numerous different schools...but once again, Vandy has done a great job with their video. 

James Franklin and Vandy just released their final cut from signing day in Nashville and it doesn't disappoint.

Titles mean little, legacy is everything

After twenty years as a major college assistant, Jimmy Ray Stephens has decided to return to his roots at the high school level and continue to build on his legacy.

Stephens will be recommended as the next head coach at Walton high school in Florida and he says that it would be a welcome change for him on both a personal and professional level. “I’ve been miserable the last couple of years, I just felt like it was time for a change.”

“After spending 20 years in college football, it was a good 20 years, it was a great run, but I think I’ve gotten to the point now where I want to matter” Stephens said. “I feel like, by going back to high school coaching and being the head coach myself and doing my thing the way I believe in doing things and making a difference in young people’s live...I’m not sure you can get much of that done at the college level." he added.

Going from the major college level to high school is quite the change, but it sounds to us like Coach Stephens is doing it for all the right reasons. It's a nice reminder that titles mean very little compared to the legacy that coaches have the opportunity to leave in  their players lives.

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