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Huddle Up 203 implied HN points 17 Jan 24
  1. Nick Saban's management style ran Alabama football like a successful business.
  2. Saban's long-term strategies contributed to his extraordinary success, earning multiple championships and producing top NFL draft picks.
  3. Alabama's financial success under Saban turned them into a national powerhouse through leveraging athletic achievements.
MatchQuarters 216 implied HN points 21 Sep 23
  1. Baylor improved defensively by switching to a 3-3-5 scheme
  2. Nebraska hired Tony White to bring back the 'Blackshirts' defense to respectability
  3. The 3-3-5 defense allows smaller, quicker players to play fast and confuse the offense
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Scott Bell's newsletter 137 implied HN points 19 Oct 23
  1. The post discusses the NCAA investigation into Michigan for stealing signs.
  2. The newsletter includes coverage of the cancellation of the Daily-State News annual touch football game.
  3. The author expresses gratitude for responses to a personal column about their mom.
Trench Warfare 58 implied HN points 20 Feb 23
  1. The film room series dives deep into OL prospects in the 2023 NFL Draft.
  2. Peter Skoronski is a standout prospect with potential to excel at multiple positions on the offensive line.
  3. The episode covers Skoronski's technique, advice from mentors, and insights into his preparation and game strategies.
Trench Warfare 58 implied HN points 03 Apr 23
  1. The film room series focuses on OL prospects in the 2023 NFL draft, highlighting their skills and stories.
  2. Jarrett Patterson, a Notre Dame C, is discussed for his work ethic, leadership, and football intelligence.
  3. The film room with Patterson delves into topics like pass protection tips, reading linebackers, and finishing blocks.
Malt Liquidity 1 implied HN point 23 Sep 23
  1. The lifespan of college football coaches is short, mirroring the trend of rapid success and replacement.
  2. College football revenue has more than tripled since 2003, with a focus on plowing money into massive football programs.
  3. The college football system underwent changes with the BCS, playoffs, and player transfers, leading to a focus on revenue over traditional aspects of the sport.