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One bowl game and plenty of NFL action today.

All times are eastern.

NFL:

Oakland at Kansas City - 1 - CBS

Jacksonville at Tennessee - 1 - CBS

Miami at New England - 1 - CBS

Arizona at Cincinnati - 1 - FOX

Denver at Buffalo - 1 - CBS

St. Louis at Pittsburgh - 1 - FOX

NY Giants at NY Jets - 1 - FOX

Minnesota at Washington - 1 - FOX

Tampa Bay at Carolina - 1 - FOX

Cleveland at Baltimore - 1 - CBS

San Diego at Detroit - 4:05 - CBS

Philadelphia at Dallas - 4:15 - FOX

San Francisco at Seattle - 4:15 - FOX 

College:

Sheraton Hawaii Bowl: Southern Miss vs. Nevada - 8 - ESPN

High School:

No games.

LSU fever has reached Afghanistan

It's official. LSU fever has gone global.

The picture below was taken in Afghanistan.

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Paul Chryst Video

Paul Chryst spoke yesterday as the new head coach at Pitt. 

Chryst won the crowd over proclaiming "I've never wanted to take a job, to say 'If i do a good job, I can leave for a better job'...you can't live in the moment then". He went on to say that sentiment just never made any sense to him.

The presser below is in two parts.

Great stuff from Tony Levine

Tony Levine's interim tag was officially removed yesterday as he was officially introduced as the next head coach for the Houston program.

One of the things that makes the Houston job so appealing to Levine is the fact that "there aren't many schools in the country where you can walk out your front door, get in your car, and recruit 25 players down the street...and still be home for dinner every night like you can here at Houston" he said. 

The video below is a nice 5 minute cut up of highlights from the presser.

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Norm Chow introduced at Hawaii

Norm Chow was introduced as the next head coach at Hawaii yesterday., and with the hire, became the first Asian American to lead a major college football program.

Chow has been assistant for almost 40 years, and had trouble holding back emotions as talked about the opportunity to return home for his first opportunity to lead a program. His first game as a head coach will come against Lane Kiffin and USC, where Chow tutored two Heisman winners.

The press conference is below.

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