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Football Friday

Prisbell plans to be busy on here today, but I just wanted to make everyone aware of what else is available on our site today. Every Friday morning this season, we plan to offer stories on our four Division I-A college football programs, some that will appear in Friday's paper and some that will appear in Saturday's. Plus, Steve Yanda will examine some issue, trend or individual that is having a significant effect on the game. In the previous post, he talks about today's story on how to choose a starting a quarterback, a near and dear issue to Terps fans.

Today, Eric has written on Ralph Friedgen's new approach as CEO of the Terps' football. Camille Powell looks at Navy's new offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper and the challenge he faces in Annapolis.

Zach Berman does double duty in the Dominion, with a look at the youth of Virginia Tech and the intriguing coaching matchup in tomorrow's Virginia-USC game. Oh, yeah, and we will unveil the No. 1 team in our top 25 countdown.

Plus, Eric and Steve will be doing an online chat today at noon, and Eric will be in the studio at Washington Post Live at 5 p.m. tonight. If you can't get to a television, you can stream it from here.

Yesterday's season preview remains available, with some video that's really worth the time. We hope to add some additional features on Fridays as the season progresses. For now, we hope to help you kick off the season right. Enjoy the games!

By Matthew Rennie  |  August 29, 2008; 8:33 AM ET
Categories:  Football  
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Comments

I think Virginia is going to regret putting USC on their schedule.


USC 44 Virginia 10

Posted by: Charles | August 29, 2008 10:15 AM | Report abuse

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