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"Multiple university sources also indicate that there is mutual interest between UCLA and former Oakland Raiders coach Tom Cable –who was an assistant coach at UCLA under Karl Dorrell and is now with the Seattle Seahawks — and former defensive coordinator DeWayne Walker, who’s now the coach at New Mexico State."


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"— There’s no reason Abdul Gaddy or Tony Wroten Jr. can’t mimic Aaron Craft, who conducted a clinic and upstaged Duke’s heralded backcourt. He played 38 minutes, which had a lot to do with his four turnovers. The Buckeyes could live with his miscues because he ran the offense to near perfection. Craft had eight assists, five rebounds and sank 3 of 4 three-pointers en route to 17 points."


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"Washington begins its coast-to-coast tour this week that will see them travel 5,946 miles over a span of 10 days. The Huskies practice this Thursday before hopping on a plane to make the 572 mile flight to Reno. On Saturday morning, the team flies back to Seattle and on Sunday afternoon heads right back to the Sea-Tac airport for the 2,401 mile flight to Newark, N.J. The Huskies will spend 6 days in New York City and play Marquette at 6:00 p.m. PT as part of the Jimmy V Classic on Tuesday, Dec. 6 and Duke as part of the CARQUEST Auto Parts Classic on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 9:00 a.m. PT. Washington heads home on Saturday afternoon after the Duke game."


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"“We’re at a juncture with Cougar football that is critical,” Moos said in an early-afternoon press conference. “So it’s my plan and my hope to bring some energy into that fan base and provide a spark by changing leadership.”"


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"“Brandon’s out,” a league executive told me Monday. “Don’t know the exact details, but everyone around the league knows it’s way, way done. Paul and Bert (Kolde) are calling the shots on this one.”"