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The 2017 NFL draft is in the rearview mirror and the upcoming college football season is still months away, but that doesn't stop folks from looking ahead to next …

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Jerry Esther Tarkanian (born August 8, 1930), also known as “Tark the Shark”, is a retired college basketball coach known as one of the most successful coaches in college basketball history. He is also well known for his colorful behavior, including habitually chewing on a towel during games, and for his public criticisms and legendary clashes with the NCAA, which eventually paid Tarkanian the largest settlement in NCAA history.
Tarkanian coached at Long Beach State, the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, and Fresno State University in his college career. He also coached the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association for twenty games during the 1992-93 NBA season.

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Giant Oklahoma OL Nigel Brannon Talks Texas Tech Interest
Oklahoma City John Marshall athlete Nigel Brannon was one of the latest prospects evaluated this spring as offensive line coach Brandon Jones stopped by his high school earlier this month. “It went good. I like the coaches, they’re cool so far. I plan on …