• Alabama fan launches campaign to have new offensive coordinator’s name changed to “Run” Daboll
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    Alabama fan launches campaign to have new offensive coordinator’s name changed to “Run” Daboll

    Forget about pass-heavy offensive systems. One Alabama fan is making it pretty clear all he wants new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll to do is run the ball. He’s even going so far as to launch an online campaign to have the new Tide coordinator’s name changed to “Run Daboll.” Alabama fan Bobby Wesson has opened up a petition on Change.org to collect digital signatures. As of this posting, the petition had just 92 supporters, but it was just hoping to reach 100 supporters. “Imagine what the Alabama offense would look like on Saturdays if Brian Daboll heard “RUN DABOLL” 7 days a week,” Wesson says in his petition. “Imagine a world with Nick Saban yelling “RUN DABOLL” at Brian on the field instead

  • Carter scores 24, No. 9 WVU beats Texas Tech 83-74 in 2 OTs
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    Carter scores 24, No. 9 WVU beats Texas Tech 83-74 in 2 OTs

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) West Virginia’s Jevon Carter and Tarik Phillip weren’t in the mood for another debilitating loss after the Mountaineers let a late lead slip away at the end of regulation for the second straight game. Carter scored the go-ahead basket in the second overtime, and Phillip had six of his 15 points after regulation to help No. 9 West Virginia beat Texas Tech 83-74 on Saturday. Unlike an overtime loss at No. 3 Kansas on Monday after the Mountaineers blew a big lead, West Virginia got the momentum back with some help from Texas Tech, which went scoreless for more than 4 minutes spanning both overtimes. “We’ve been in this position all year,” said Carter, who finished with a season-high

  • 32 schools reached out to Clemson transfer Scott Pagano in 18 hours
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    32 schools reached out to Clemson transfer Scott Pagano in 18 hours

    On Friday, Clemson defensive tackle Scott Pagano announced that he would be transferring after three seasons with the Tigers. Pagano, who is a graduate transfer eligible to play immediately, reportedly heard from 32 teams over the course of 18 hours after his transfer was announced. Per 247Sports, the list of schools includes some powerhouse programs. That group includes LSU, Washington, Arizona State, Kentucky, Charlotte, North Carolina, Cal, Temple, Oklahoma State, FIU, FAU, East Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Nebraska, Maryland, Ole Miss, Utah State, Arkansas, Louisiana Tech, Texas A&M, Oregon, USC, Louisville, Oklahoma, Memphis, Ohio State, Baylor, Notre Dame, SMU, Purdue and Hawaii. Pagano graduated