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Sports DirectorBarring any last minute issues, Virginia Tech has hired three new offensive football coaches, and the official announcement will come down when the proper paperwork clears the school's Human Resources office. That may be Friday or early next week, but...
Tags: Tom Brady, Sports, Virginia Tech Hokies, Tim Tebow, Super Bowl
Biases blinded the Miami Dolphins when it came to the last franchise savior. General Manager Jeff Ireland selected Chad Henne in the second-round of the 2008 NFL draft and invested a ton of resources to ensure he'd become good. Dolphins owner Steve...
Tags: Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins, Sports, Jeff Ireland, Dan Marino
It's almost closing time for Tebow Theatre, but before this era fades into oblivion, the comedy gods gifted us with one final splendid nugget courtesy of Tim Tebow's brother, Peter. "Am I the only one in Denver who's happy right now," he tweeted shortly...
After seeing his program struggle this past season more than it had in 20 years, Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer knew some changes were in order. He made them official Friday. Tech hired Scot Loeffler to be its new offensive coordinator and...
Nearly two months in the making, the overhaul of Virginia Tech football’s offensive coaching staff became official Friday. Fans and media began vetting coordinator Scot Loeffler, line coach Jeff Grimes and receivers coach Aaron Moorehead as soon...
Running off at the typewriter … Well, it's already official. New Jacksonville Jaguars GM David Caldwell has only been on the job a couple of days and he's already as big a dummy as old Jacksonville Jaguars GM Gene Smith. Caldwell, in only his...
Scot Loeffler, a former offensive coordinator at Auburn and Temple, and quarterbacks coach at Florida, Michigan and with the Detroit Lions, is the latest candidate to surface for presumed vacancies on Frank Beamer’s Virginia Tech staff. Among...
MIAMI GARDENS — What you really saw Sunday at Sun Life Stadium, what played out as Ryan Tannehill looked good against a bad Jacksonville defense, went beyond how he grew better as the game grew longer. It started before kickoff, actually, when...
Sun SentinelDAVIE - Sometimes it is not what you say that's important, it is what you don't say. Or the message within the message. Slips of the tongue are cool. But I've discovered those can be intentional (like the pillar of defense comment in '08). The best...
Tags: Tony Sparano, Ryan Tannehill, Sports, Miami Dolphins, Dan Marino
This will sound like an attack on Chad Henne, and it's not meant that way. He's a good person, by all accounts. Teammates like him. And, heaven knows, it's not his fault two merging seasons have collapsed into a heap of irrelevance. But has any...
South Florida Sun SentinelDave Hyde Sports columnist Prediction: Dolphins 24, Jaguars 13 Comment: The only way the last half of this season can grow worse is if Chad Henne returns to beat the Dolphins. Don't see that happening. -------------------- Omar Kelly Dolphins writer...
During the summer of 2003, prior to his senior season at Wilson High in West Lawn, Pa., quarterback Chad Henne attended a camp at which then-Michigan assistant coach Scot Loeffler was an instructor. “In one day I felt his fundamentals improved me,...
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