Saturday Links – May 17, 2014
- Nick Saban press coverage drills (h/t Curtis Peterson of StrongFootballCoach.com)
- An Oklahoma football player’s girlfriend had to sign an affidavit confirming that their relationship was not an impermissible benefit.
- More Omaha in 2014? Peyton Manning says yes.
- California just passed a bill limiting full-pads contact in practices for this fall.
- There’s a chance that Donald Sterling’s crazy interview with Andersen Cooper could end up helping him if he chooses to take on the NBA in a legal battle over ownership of the team.
- Check out Charles Fischer’s breakdown of the Oregon Spring Game over at Fishduck.com. Great stuff as always from the guys over there. Take note of the Ducks’ 2nd-level read package that Fischer talks about (which is something we’ll be discussing on this site very soon).
- Wake Forest RB Josh Harris blasts his former coaches for allegedly sabotaging his draft chances. Obviously I don’t know the details of this particular situation, but I’d be shocked to learn that this was the instance of something like this in this year’s draft.
- The FCC is considering a plan that would allow internet service providers like Comcast to legally charge certain websites more in order to stream their content faster for consumers.
- If you haven’t already, be sure to pick up a copy of Speed Kills: Breaking Down the Chip Kelly Offense to get an inside look at the philosophies behind Chip Kelly’s playbook. If you enjoyed the book, I would be very grateful if you left some positive feedback.
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