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19mDan Murphy

Harbaugh says he doesn't want to be popular

Michigan's Jim Harbaugh says he isn't trying to create a buzz and that he just wants to be a football coach. But he still created a buzz on Friday at Big Ten media days.

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Deontae Cooper's six keys to fall camp

The Washington RB is embarking on his sixth fall camp during an injury-plagued career. His advice can serve anyone, not just football players.

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Coleman says Pac-12 officials can’t use social media. So no Tweets like, “I am going to screw over [insert your team] & then laugh. HARD!"

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Jim Delany on not playing FCS teams: "Better competition draws the fans more. Players love big games.” Also strength of schedule component

Adam Rittenberg @ESPNRittenberg

Delany says emotion/positive vibe of recent success plays role in upcoming TV negotiation, but "these things are driven by the fundamentals"

Dan Murphy @DanMurphyESPN

Jim Delaney on Harbaugh: It's a head-turning hire... I think it was important for them to make a great hire. I think Jim was a great hire.