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  • On The Fly: Coach 1K — Krzyzewski Goes For Milestone At MSG

    Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski has 999 wins and gets the chance at No. 1,000 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden vs. St. John's. If he couldn't be at Cameron Indoor Stadium, what better place to be? ... Talk about domination. Senior Victor Ljuljdjuraj of No. 9...
  • Ex-Bears Coach Marc Trestman hired to be Ravens' offensive coordinator

    Ex-Bears Coach Marc Trestman hired to be Ravens' offensive coordinator
    The Baltimore Ravens hired Marc Trestman as their offensive coordinator, keeping with their tendency to hire a former head coach for the position. Trestman was fired by the Chicago Bears last month after going 5-11 in his second season. He interviewed...
  • John Fox brings rare experience, confidence into Bears head coaching job

    John Fox brings rare experience, confidence into Bears head coaching job
    If the Bears do as well as John Fox did in his opening salvos, it will be a pretty quick turnaround. The man who oversaw rapid improvements in previous head coaching stops in Carolina and Denver was calm, confident and offered a healthy dose of humor...
  • John Fox looks, sounds part of football coach, makes strong impression

    John Fox looks, sounds part of football coach, makes strong impression
    After new Bears coach John Fox won the news conference by three touchdowns Monday at Halas Hall and the crowd started to scatter, he thanked his audience before sharing something as much for himself as the microphones. "I'm proud to be here," Fox said...
  • Seattle's Pete Carroll could join another exclusive club

    Seattle's Pete Carroll could join another exclusive club
    A year after joining one ultra-exclusive coaching fraternity, Seattle's Pete Carroll is one victory away from joining another. Carroll, who last February became the third coach to win both a Super Bowl and a college football national championship, now...
  • Super Bowl teams hard to like

    Super Bowl teams hard to like
        I love NFL football, and I know I’ll be watching the Super Bowl with zillions of Americans.   But man, I wish the Packers or the Colts had won Sunday. I need someone to root for, and these teams are really unlikable.    The Patriots rank...
  • Joe Flacco jumps to top-10 in jersey sales

    Joe Flacco jumps to top-10 in jersey sales
    Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, it appears, is finally emerging as the marquee player on the team -- at least when it comes to jersey sales. The season-ending Dick's Sporting Goods jersey report, which tracks sales at the store and its website, has...
  • Pro Bowl: Bengals' Andy Dalton replaces Packers' Aaron Rodgers

    Pro Bowl: Bengals' Andy Dalton replaces Packers' Aaron Rodgers
    CINCINNATI -- Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is headed to his second Pro Bowl, replacing the injured Aaron Rodgers. Dalton was a seventh alternate in voting for the Pro Bowl last month. Rodgers had a calf injury during the playoffs. Green Bay lost...
  • State High School Coaches Agree: Softer Football Easier To Catch

    Whether the Patriots are master football deflaters is to be determined by NFL investigators. Whether a firmer or softer football offers an advantage is in the eyes of — or rather — in the hands of the holder, according to some Connecticut...
  • Tony Verna, TV director who introduced instant replay, dies at 81

     Tony Verna, TV director who introduced instant replay, dies at 81
    It was the fourth quarter. Navy was beating Army, 21-7, on a grim early December day in Philadelphia. "You're going to do what?" announcer Lindsey Nelson asked between commercials of the college football game. What CBS director Tony Verna wanted to do...
  • Aaron Rodgers: God probably doesn't care who wins football games

    Aaron Rodgers: God probably doesn't care who wins football games
    God probably isn't a big football fan, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers suggested Tuesday during a radio interview. Still feeling the sting of defeat from the Packers' loss to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC championship game Sunday,...