- Jeff Barlis, College Football
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It's still primetime in the silly season for college football coaches.
So when big dominoes fall, like Texas hiring Charlie Strong and Penn State's Bill O'Brien leaving for the NFL, the ripples fuel a whole new round of the coaching carousel.
Former Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino is back at Louisville, one of his former stops) to replace Strong. Will PSU hire James Franklin away from Vanderbilt? Stay tuned!
Auburn's sensational running back Tre Mason will announce his decision to go pro or stay in college at 2 p.m. ET today.
Franklin reportedly met with Penn State's search committee on Wednesday and was offered the job.
Arkansas hires a Rory Segrest to be its defensive line coach. He replaces Charlie Partridge.
LSU has a number of possible candidates to consider in filling its offensive line coaching spot.
Tennessee announced a whopping 14 early enrollees. That's nearly half of a large and important class for Butch Jones, one he hopes will contribute immediately.
Maty Mauk has the inside track on starting at quarterback for Missouri in 2014.
Kentucky quarterback Maxwell Smith and safety Ashely Lowery will miss spring practice.
Florida's new director of player personnel is swamped with recruiting.
A season in review: Ole Miss running backs.
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