Al Golden says he's committed to the University of Miami.
The Hurricanes' second-year coach insists he isn't looking for another job, even after Monday brought the news, necessary but still depressing, that the school was self-imposing a second straight bowl ban.
"We want to see it through," Golden said. "We want to get it fixed."
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Susan Miller Degnan, Miami Herald - November 19, 2012
The Miami Hurricanes will not be going to a bowl game for the second consecutive season in hopes of softening the blow expected by the NCAA in the case involving former UM booster Nevin Shapiro.
UM announced its decision... more »
Bob Clark, Eugene Register-Guard - November 7, 2012
It was 11 years ago, and during Jeff Tedford’s introductory news conference as the head coach at California, that he expressed his relief that he wouldn’t have to play Oregon, his former employer, in his first season with... more »
Sam McKewon, Omaha World-Herald - November 7, 2012
If Nebraska completes its goal of winning the Big Ten championship, it may find an unconventional dance partner waiting for it in Pasadena.
Although the Big Ten is assured of sending its league champ to the Rose Bowl, Pac-12... more »
Kevin Scarbinsky, Birmingham News - November 7, 2012
Nick Saban has all the luck.
How many coaches get a do-over in the national championship game?
Saban’s on his way to doing it twice.
Last year, he figured out how to beat LSU in the BCS Championship Game by losing to the... more »