Archive | May, 2014

10+ Wins for Navy?

Make really good hires, back those hires up with good support in terms of facilities, salaries, etc., and voila. Any program can succeed. I spent a good portion of my Army and Air Force previews talking about how difficult service academy jobs are in modern college football. Recruiting has all sorts of obvious limitations. Athletic budgets are not exactly […]

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The Three Hardest Jobs in College Football

 In April, when the NCAA changed its policy to allow for unlimited meals, college coaches championed it as a success for student-athletes and as a potential benefit in recruiting. But for Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun, it was just another reminder of what he’s up against. “That doesn’t pertain to us,” he said of […]

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