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Monday  October 27, 2008  (Breaking News)

University of Washington: Tyrone Willingham announced during Monday's weekly press conference that he will step down at the end of the season.  Expect for new University of Washington athletic director, Scott Woodward, to have an interest in Will Muschamp (Texas DC) and/or Derek Dooley (LA Tech HC).  Woodward served as an assistant athletic director at LSU while Muschamp and Dooley were on staff with the Tiger's 2003 national championship team.
Monday October 27, 2008

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Buffalo Bills: The Buffalo Bills and head coach Dick Jauron have agreed to a three-year contract extension yhat will keep Jauron in Buffalo through 2011. 

Toronto Argonauts: Brad Miller has been hired as the new linebackers coach.  Miller previously served as the defensive line coach in Montreal in 2006 and 2007.  Before coaching in Montreal, Miller served on the Green Bay Packers staff from 2001-2005 as a defensive assistant and special teams assistant. 
Sunday October 26, 2008

Weekly Poll Result

Which defensive unit is the most dominant in the country?  Both units held Oklahoma to 35 points.

   53%     TCU (Gary Patterson's 4-2-5 pressure defense)
   47%     Texas (Will Muschamp's 4-3 attacking style)
Friday  October 24, 2008

South Carolina: South Carolina has extended the contract of defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson through 2011.  In his first season at South Carolina, Johnson currently has the 6th ranked total defense in the country, allowing only 256 average yards per game.  Johnson is making an annual salary of $350,000. 
Thursday October 23, 2008

San Diego State: Head coach Chuck Long will return for the 2009 season according to athletic director Jeff Schemmel.  On Wednesday, Schemmel stated directly,  "I have no plans to fire my football coach." 
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