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    • Caldwell: Texans' Jadeveon Clowney 'exactly what everybody expected'
      Detroit Free Press

      Caldwell: Texans' Jadeveon Clowney 'exactly what everybody expected'

      He was a physical freak, a once-in-a-generation defensive end coming out of college who went No. 1 overall in one of the deepest NFL drafts in recent memory. And while Jadeveon Clowney has yet to live up to that billing, the Houston Texans pass rusher quietly has put together a very good year leading into Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions (1 p.m., Fox). "He’s a powerful guy," Lions coach Jim Caldwell said. "He’s exactly, I think, what everybody expected him to be (coming out of the draft). He’s tough, hard-nosed. He makes things happen. He’s disruptive. He can close and run and he can rush the passer and he can defend the run. He can set the edge. So he’s a pretty complete player." Clowney

    • Washington Post

      Pitt fools Virginia Tech with reverse touchdown by 300-pound lineman

      The Pitt Panthers sure do trust their offensive players when it comes to handling the ball… all of their offensive players. That was evident early in the fourth quarter against Virginia Tech Thursday night when they gave the ball to redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Brandon O’Neill on first and goal. Down eight and stationed at the Hokies’ 5-yard line, quarterback Nathan Peterman faked an inside handoff to running back James Conner and gave the ball to O’Neill, who pulled from the left, ran back to the 10-yard-line and turned the corner with a dive to the corner of the endzone for his second score of the year. The 6-foot-6, 300-pound O’Neill’s athleticism is no surprise to the Pitt coaching

    • Five Changes Notre Dame Could Make To Improve The Program, But Never Will
      One Foot Down

      Five Changes Notre Dame Could Make To Improve The Program, But Never Will

      This two week stretch between games for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish has me feeling a little crazy. I thought the break was good- until Tuesday, and now I am just itching for the Irish to show me something. What changes have been made to help this team win at least 4 out of their next 5 games? What players find new roles? How do the players and the coaches respond to what has been just some rough, rough times? Through this time, I have been thinking about some changes that the school could make. Most of these changes would do absolutely nothing about the product on the field, but maybe it injects a little more fun into the program and the fanbase. There are some other changes that actually could