April 21, 2014
Q&A with Virginia head coach Mike London
By Pete Roussel
On Monday, I met with Virginia head coach Mike London in Charlottesville to talk about the spring recruiting period, a significant rule change, and the UVA quarterback competition.
The Cavaliers have yet to name a starting quarterback, though sophomore Greyson Lambert gained momentum during spring practice and has been tabbed as one of four team captains for the 2014 season.
April 17, 2014
UMES introduces Bobby Collins to the campus and community
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - It was the official start of another chapter in the history of men's basketball at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) today. The school presented new men's basketball head coach Bobby Collins to the campus community in a press conference held in the arena of the William P. Hytche Athletic Center.
"I have passion. I am driven.
April 15, 2014
Wilder deemed one of college football's 12 rising stars
By Harry Minium
Old Dominion's Bobby Wilder was recently tabbed one of "College Football's Top 12 Coaches on the Rise for 2014," by AthlonSports.com.
All 12 coach in mid-major leagues, including Conference USA, the Sun Belt and Mid-American. AthlonSports indicates all will be prime candidates for power conference jobs that come open after this season.
Wilder came to ODU from Maine in 2007 to help the university build its football program from scratch.
April 14, 2014
Spring practice runs more smoothly for Cavs and Coach Mike London
By Mark Giannotto
The Washington Post
Virginia Coach Mike London need only look back at his notes from last year, filled with phrases like missed assignments and missed alignments, to determine how much more smoothly spring practice has gone this time around.
“There’s more guys that have stood out and have done well in practice. I could say their names but it would take much longer,” London said. “As opposed to last year at this time, just trying to get guys lined up.
April 09, 2014
Bobby Collins leaving WSSU for Maryland-Eastern Shore
By John Dell
Bobby Collins, the coach with the second-longest tenure in the history of the Winston-Salem State’s men’s basketball program, is leaving to become the coach at Maryland-Eastern Shore, an NCAA Division I program.
Collins, 48, said he’s ready for the challenge of turning perennial loser UMES into a contender in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.