Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Alex Pietrangelo chats about the play of David Backes. Also says he feels fine after taking hit late in Game 3.

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Attack of the CFB clones

They may not look alike, but we have serious reason to believe Malik McDowell and Breiden Fehoko are clones given their skills on the field. Hopefully, these two are never after you as you stand on a beach on Kashyyyk. May the No. 4s be with you

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3hJeff Borzello

Biggest recruiting questions facing new coaches

Can Josh Pastner keep top talent in Georgia? Will Tubby Smith change his recruiting philosophy at Memphis? New coaches face some difficult questions.

Should the Cowboys be favored in the NFC East? (2:04)
Stephen Jones on Hardy: Not all risks pan out (0:50)
Jaylon Smith a 'long-term investment' for Cowboys (1:49)
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5hBrandon Chatmon

Big 12 'Stats and Trends': Offensive efficiency

We start our Big 12 'Stats and Trends' series by looking at which teams are consistently efficient on offense, examining points per drive numbers.

Backes: We kept our foot on the gas (1:58)
Blues crush Stars in Game 3 (1:34)
Backes' wrister adds insult to injury (0:28)

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Goaltending a major, major problem for Stars so far in this series.

Smoak's big blasts tie and win game for Blue Jays (0:33)

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Special teams killing the Stars so far in series against Blues. Dallas gives up another PP goal. Blues PK still perfect. 2-1 Blues after one.

Position swap could benefit Summers as coach

Using Schlabach's top 25, our college football writers chose a player from each team who they think could fill the role as head coach. Max Olson believes sophomore linebacker Ty Summers seems like he'd have a bright future in coaching when his playing days end, in part because he does know both sides of the ball. Coach 'em up

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Even though his school sits in a talent-rich state, TCU coach Gary Patterson said he's open to the idea of satellite camps. He is, however, concerned that it would be "the Wild West" without oversight. "We'll have to come up with a better answer than we have now."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Charlie Strong said Texas will participate in satellite camps, but only those within the state. "Everyone's dipping their toe in now," Strong said. "There's camps all over the state. Texas is the big state everyone is coming to." Strong is just waiting on the green light from the compliance office.