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Strong met with critical Florida judge.

Charlie Strong explains how he handled being publicly called out by a Florida judge who was presiding over the case of a USF football player.

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Strong instilling confidence at USF.

USF coach Charlie Strong breaks down his approach to building fortitude in his football team as they head into the season.

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Mike Leach weighs in on hot dog debate.

During Pac-12 media day, Washington State coach Mike Leach was asked if he believes a hot dog is indeed a sandwich.

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Saban not a fan of early signing period.

Alabama head coach Nick Saban joins College Football Live to discuss the potential negative implication of the NCAA's new early signing period.

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Saban wants a drastic change in scheduling.

Nick Saban joins Michael and Jemele to share his idea that all Power 5 teams should only schedule Power 5 opponents to generate more fan interest and help TV revenue.

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Saban picks football staff from his coaching tree.

Alabama coach Nick Saban goes through his extensive coaching tree and talks about his passion for basketball.

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