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October 1, 2011
When: Saturday at 6 p.m., Memorial Field, Hanover, N.H. Radio: WNTP-AM (990). Records: Penn, 0-2, 0-0 Ivy League; Dartmouth, 1-1, 0-0. Coaches: Penn, Al Bagnoli (20th season, 131-59); Dartmouth, Buddy Teevens (12th season, 43-69-2). Series: Penn leads, 44-32-2. Bagnoli started out 3-3 against the Big Green, but Penn has won 12 of 13 against Dartmouth since then. WHAT TO WATCH Dartmouth is the only Ivy team to score 20 or more points against the Quakers in their two most recent meetings.
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January 10, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
One question drowned out all the others across the Gator Nation and throughout the college football world. Who is Ron Zook? He is, of course, the new football coach at Florida, a good friend of athletic director Jeremy Foley and, quite naturally, a coach who felt elated. "Obviously, this is a very exciting time for me," Zook said yesterday at the news conference where he was introduced as the replacement for Steve Spurrier. Zook, 47, is a career assistant whose emphasis has been on defense.
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October 2, 2010
TV/Radio: TCN; WFIL-AM (560). Records: Dartmouth, 2-0. Penn, 1-1. This is the Ivy League opener for both teams. Coaches: Dartmouth, Buddy Teevens (11th season, 37-63-2. Penn, Al Bagnoli (19th season, 209-76). Series: Penn leads, 43-32-2. Dartmouth outlook: Nick Schwieger is expected to play after missing last week's game with flu symptoms. In his absence, freshman tailback Dominick Pierre ran for 110 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries, earning Ivy League co-rookie of the week honors.
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November 22, 1996 | Daily News Wire Services
Buddy Teevens, who upgraded his players' graduation rates but could not upgrade Tulane's football record, was fired as coach yesterday. The announcement came while Teevens and his team practiced. Athletic director Sandy Barbour said she asked Teevens to resign Wednesday and he refused. "Do we have a better program now than we did in 1991?" she said at a news conference. "The answer is a clear yes . . . But the second question we must ask: Is the Tulane football program where it needs to be?
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January 10, 2002 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Tiger Woods opened the New Zealand Open with a 1-under-par 70 today to fall 6 strokes behind Australian Scott Gardiner on the Paraparaumu Beach links. A large crowd and security force followed Woods. Police said that tournament transportation had been specifically mentioned in a threatening letter containing cyanide mailed last month to the U.S. embassy in Wellington, 30 miles south of the golf course. Colleges Stanford introduced Buddy Teevens as its new football coach, replacing Tyrone Willingham, who left for Notre Dame.
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December 14, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Tyrone Willingham opened a box and found a golden whistle, a gift from Washington president Mark Emmert and athletic director Todd Turner. He slipped it around his neck and blew a shrill chirp. Just like that, Willingham was back to work. "I thought the first order of business should be to test it, just to make sure it was as true as I knew it would be," Willingham explained yesterday in his first remarks as Washington's new coach. Two weeks ago, Willingham was fired after going 21-15 in three seasons at Notre Dame - the first full-time Fighting Irish coach in 70 years not allowed to finish his first contract.
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December 19, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Stanford hired former NFL quarterback Jim Harbaugh yesterday to take over its struggling football program. Harbaugh had spent the last 3 years as head coach at the University of San Diego, a non-scholarship Division I-AA program. He led the Toreros to a 29-6 record, winning 27 of his final 29 games. Stanford planned to formally introduce Harbaugh at a news conference today. Harbaugh, brother of Eagles special-teams coordinator John Harbaugh, has the tough task of turning around the Cardinal, who set a school record for losses in a 1-11 season this year that led to the firing of coach Walt Harris.
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December 12, 1996 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Phoenix Coyotes - last season's Winnipeg Jets - fired general manager John Paddock yesterday and replaced him with Bobby Smith, the team's executive vice president of hockey operations. Paddock had been the NHL team's GM since January 1994. Paddock, a former Flyer, was the Philadelphia team's assistant GM in 1989-90. He coached the Flyers' AHL affiliates in Maine and Hershey for a total of six seasons. Toronto recalled center Brian Wiseman from its American Hockey League affiliate in St. John's, Newfoundland, one day after Wendel Clark suffered a broken right thumb in a fight with New Jersey Devils defenseman Shawn Chambers.
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November 30, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Stanford football coach Buddy Teevens was fired yesterday after three consecutive losing seasons, including a 4-7 record for the second straight season. Teevens had two years remaining on his contract and is the first Stanford football coach to be fired since Jack Elway was dismissed in 1988 after going 3-6-2. Six Clemson players and six South Carolina players were suspended for one game by their conferences - the Atlantic Coast and the Southeastern - for brawling during a Nov. 20 football game.
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September 29, 2012
Saturday at noon, Memorial Field, Hanover, N.H. TV/Radio: NBC Sports Network; WFIL-AM (560). Records: Penn (0-2 overall, 0-0 Ivy League); Dartmouth (2-0, 0-0). Coaches: Penn, Al Bagnoli (21st season, 136-64; 222-83 overall); Dartmouth, Buddy Teevens (13th season, 48-72-2; 82-149-2 overall). Series: Penn leads, 45-32-2. Three things to watch Penn quarterback Billy Ragone played less than a half in last week's 24-8 loss to Villanova due to a bruised collarbone.
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October 2, 2010
TV/Radio: TCN; WFIL-AM (560). Records: Dartmouth, 2-0. Penn, 1-1. This is the Ivy League opener for both teams. Coaches: Dartmouth, Buddy Teevens (11th season, 37-63-2. Penn, Al Bagnoli (19th season, 209-76). Series: Penn leads, 43-32-2. Dartmouth outlook: Nick Schwieger is expected to play after missing last week's game with flu symptoms. In his absence, freshman tailback Dominick Pierre ran for 110 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries, earning Ivy League co-rookie of the week honors.
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December 19, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Stanford hired former NFL quarterback Jim Harbaugh yesterday to take over its struggling football program. Harbaugh had spent the last 3 years as head coach at the University of San Diego, a non-scholarship Division I-AA program. He led the Toreros to a 29-6 record, winning 27 of his final 29 games. Stanford planned to formally introduce Harbaugh at a news conference today. Harbaugh, brother of Eagles special-teams coordinator John Harbaugh, has the tough task of turning around the Cardinal, who set a school record for losses in a 1-11 season this year that led to the firing of coach Walt Harris.
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December 14, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Tyrone Willingham opened a box and found a golden whistle, a gift from Washington president Mark Emmert and athletic director Todd Turner. He slipped it around his neck and blew a shrill chirp. Just like that, Willingham was back to work. "I thought the first order of business should be to test it, just to make sure it was as true as I knew it would be," Willingham explained yesterday in his first remarks as Washington's new coach. Two weeks ago, Willingham was fired after going 21-15 in three seasons at Notre Dame - the first full-time Fighting Irish coach in 70 years not allowed to finish his first contract.
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November 30, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Stanford football coach Buddy Teevens was fired yesterday after three consecutive losing seasons, including a 4-7 record for the second straight season. Teevens had two years remaining on his contract and is the first Stanford football coach to be fired since Jack Elway was dismissed in 1988 after going 3-6-2. Six Clemson players and six South Carolina players were suspended for one game by their conferences - the Atlantic Coast and the Southeastern - for brawling during a Nov. 20 football game.
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November 29, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
The fate of Stanford football coach Buddy Teevens could be decided today. "We are still working on it. We're in the process. If Buddy stays, we'll make an announcement. We know there are questions out there," athletic director Ted Leland said yesterday while watching the Stanford women's basketball team play Texas Tech. Leland, who is a close friend of the coach, met with Teevens last week following the Cardinal's 41-6 loss to California to finish 4-7 for the second straight season.
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October 6, 2002 | By Mike Jensen INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The new coach had ordered up a sea of green, so yesterday afternoon, green T-shirts, each with a golden helmet on the back, took over Notre Dame Stadium. The shirts proclaimed A RETURN TO GLORY. You can't blame the folks at the epicenter of college football hype for kicking it into overdrive. Yesterday, though, Notre Dame's team was still far from glorious. Starting a former walk-on quarterback, and facing an opponent that had given up 65 points last week, the Fighting Irish waited almost three gaffe-filled quarters to get in the end zone.
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September 8, 2002 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Derrick Knight's 12-yard touchdown run with 36 seconds remaining lifted Boston College to a 34-27 comeback win over Stanford yesterday in Boston. The loss spoiled the debut of Stanford coach Buddy Teevens, who took over when Tyrone Willingham left for Notre Dame. Stanford (0-1) led Boston College, 27-17, late in the third quarter until Knight led the Eagles' (2-0) comeback. Knight, who lost the starting job in the preseason, came off the bench and ran for 104 yards on 21 carries.
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January 10, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
One question drowned out all the others across the Gator Nation and throughout the college football world. Who is Ron Zook? He is, of course, the new football coach at Florida, a good friend of athletic director Jeremy Foley and, quite naturally, a coach who felt elated. "Obviously, this is a very exciting time for me," Zook said yesterday at the news conference where he was introduced as the replacement for Steve Spurrier. Zook, 47, is a career assistant whose emphasis has been on defense.
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