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Summers a man for positions

Summers a man for positions

GREENVILLE, N.C. – A glaring sign that James Summers is no longer East Carolina’s quarterback was unavoidable at the Pirates’ recent media day.He sat alone at table in the Murphy Center. ... Click here for the rest of my Today's U story

Philip Nelson and his roads taken

Philip Nelson and his roads taken

GREENVILLE, N.C. – The term “limited knowledge” best described new East Carolina head coach Scottie Montgomery regarding transfer quarterback Philip Nelson. At first he had only Minnesota game film to go by, and then spring drills.Now that fall camp is underway and Montgomery has...

Babers forces Syracuse to pick up pace

Babers forces Syracuse to pick up pace

The first day new Syracuse head coach Dino Babers ran his Orange players through spring drills, the workout ended the same way as his first practices with Eastern Illinois and Bowling Green:with beet-red-faced players tossing their lunches into trash cans. ... Click here for...

Matau adds chapter to Polynesian football

Matau adds chapter to Polynesian football

GREENVILLE, N.C. – The better Christian Matau plays this year, the more the East Carolina center will need to study Polynesian football history.He was named to the watch list for the Polynesian Football Player of the Year Award that is named Dec. 7 and presented Jan. 20 at the...

East Carolina expands borders west

East Carolina expands borders west

GREENVILLE, N.C. – East Carolina is broader than eastern North Carolina’s boundaries from I-95 to the Atlantic Ocean.That’s one realization new head coach Scottie Montgomery made after he spent the offseason traveling the state to meet fans. He’s completed preseason planning and...

Babers welcomes Syracuse football climate

Babers welcomes Syracuse football climate

Dino Babers played high school football in San Diego and college ball at Hawaii. He launched his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater. He also spent a year as a San Diego State assistant.Yes, he’s lived in comfortable climates while playing and coaching a...

Clawson recruiting focuses on developing talent

Clawson recruiting focuses on developing talent

Wake Forest’s Dave Clawson enters the third year of his fourth go-round rebuilding a football program in 2016. He knows what improvement looks like from past success at Fordham, Richmond and Bowling Green.Clawson stated at the recent ACC media days in Charlotte the Demon Deacons...

Cal celebrates Marshawn Lynch again

Cal celebrates Marshawn Lynch again

Cal can embrace Marshawn Lynch again.Lynch, in his college days, was a friendly, fun-loving running back who earned All-American honors and Heisman Trophy attention. He played for the Bears from 2004 to 2006, compiling 3,230 career rushing yards to rank second all-time at the...

Boston College ready to bounce back

Boston College ready to bounce back

Football coaches confronting a tough season typically keep players around them as shields to deflect some of the tougher questions. Boston College head coach Steve Addazio might have been expected to let his players do most of the talking at the recent ACC Media Days,...

Louisville Four make statement

Louisville Four make statement

Last January 7, four Louisville star defensive players gathered on campus to announce they were returning as seniors for the 2016 football season.Linebacker Keith Kelsey, safety Josh Harvey-Clemons, nose tackle DeAngelo Brown and linebacker Devonte Fields felt Louisville football...