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These coaches with absolutely no conscience about anything associated with what is a commitment is what's bringing free agency with the players to a head and in a hurry.
 
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As part of our ongoing series, FootballScoop has examined the 10 highest-paid special teams coordinators in college football. All information is based on publicly available information, primarily from the USA Today salary database.

1. Craig Naivar, Texas — $500,000
1. Chris Partridge, Michigan — $500,000
3. Danny Pearman, Clemson — $480,000
4. Jovan Dewitt, Nebraska — $475,000
4. Coleman Hutzler, South Carolina — $475,000
6. James Shibest, Virginia Tech — $445,000
7. Jay Boulware, Oklahoma — $435,000
8. Jeff Banks, Alabama — $434,000
9. Shawn Slocum, Arizona State — $420,000
10. Andy Hill, Missouri — $418,000
 

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That's a bit of a surprising hire. Ansley has proven himself to be a good coach in my view. However, one of the downsides is he's not one to "tear it up" on the recruiting trail. He may be able to. I don't know. I know we've not seen it yet. The term I continue to see used is "he not a very motivated recruiter."

Consider Pruitt's history in recruiting I'd have expected a different guy.
 
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Football scoop...Kentucky...……..Yesterday it was reported that Kentucky defensive coordinator Matt House was leaving to join the Kansas City Chiefs as linebackers coach. However, today, sources tell FootballScoop House has elected to remain at Kentucky. We hear Stoops and the administration took care of House quite well.
 

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