Giving up play-calling reins hard

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Last Updated - September 18, 2013 12:40 GMT

Los Angeles Times | Giving up play-calling reins hard for some coaches A survey of this week’s Associated Press poll showed that five of the nation’s top 25 teams have coaches who call their own offensive plays. Some collegiate head coaches with offensive backgrounds prefer to call plays. But often it’s better left to coordinators.

The Oklahoman | Few Big 12 teams settled at quarterback Big 12 football 2013 is three weeks old and already, quarterback upheaval is rampant. It looks like an intriguing year for Big 12 quarterbacking.

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KC Star | MU wants return star Marcus Murphy involved in offense, too The word is out on Missouri junior Marcus Murphy. Both Murray State and Toledo avoided kicking to Murphy as often as possible during the Tigers’ first two games of the season, which shouldn’t come as a surprise after his breakout sophomore season.

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