NCF Nation: Eddie Williamson

Lunchtime Links

December, 16, 2010
Lots of non-AQ news today:

Miami (Ohio) coach Mike Haywood is headed to Pittsburgh, the third MAC coach this season to leave for a job at a bigger school.

Northern Illinois interim coach Tom Matukewicz will stay on the staff under new coach Dave Doeren.

Potential candidates for the opening at Ball State.

The younger brothers of Browns rookie cornerback Joe Haden are reportedly going to play at Toledo.

Utah offensive lineman Sam Brenner gets his chance in Las Vegas.

TCU assistant coach Eddie Williamson recounts his ordeal after having a heart attack during the San Diego State game.

Fresno State defensive tackle Cornell Banks has overcome academic struggles and is now on pace to become the first member of his family to graduate from college.

Former Northern Illinois coach Jerry Kill recounts his final few hours as Huskies coach.

UTEP is trying to enjoy its bowl experience.

San Diego State offensive coordinator Al Borges has been bombarded with questions about possibly heading to Florida.

For Ohio cornerback Julian Posey, his on-field accomplishments are a family affair.

East Carolina kicker Mike Barbour will be staring at some familiar faces against Maryland.

FIU quarterback Wes Carroll has bowl experience.

Lunchtime Links

November, 18, 2010
The favorites won in two MAC games last night: Toledo over Bowling Green 33-14, and Miami (Ohio) over Akron 19-14. More midweek football tonight: Air Force at UNLV. Go with the Falcons, 35-10.

Now on to some links:

TCU offensive line coach Eddie Williamson details his heart attack.

Fresno State and Boise State share a respectful rivalry.

The Bulldogs revisit their 2005 win over the Broncos.

Utah will keep recruiting in California with its move to the Pac-12 South.

The Reno Arch is turning blue in support of Nevada.

The last time Rice returned a kickoff for a touchdown -- 1984.

San Diego State is virtually locked into the Poinsettia Bowl no matter what happens in its final two games.

Improvements have fueled Tulsa's transformation on defense.

North Texas wideout Tyler Stradford has found a groove after a freak injury early in the season.