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Bowling Green State University Director of Athletics Bob Moosbrugger has announced that Mike Jinks has been released from his head football coach responsibilities. “I want to thank Coach Jinks for all of his efforts with our football program and in the BG community. However, we felt it was time to make a change in leadership. These are not easy decisions and we do not take this lightly. This affects 11 coaching families, 112 student-athletes and numerous support staff. We wish Mike and his family the best in their future endeavors.” Moosbrugger will begin the search for a new head coach immediately. Defensive coordinator Carl Pelini has agreed to serve as Interim Head Coach. –Read More

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The Antiquated Notion of Permission in the NCAAs Transfer Process
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With 42 Bowls On Tap For 2015, How Long Can Universities Afford To Play?
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