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HOST                           Rec./This Wk.  NCAA                         NFL

AJ Hoffman .                  7-3-1 (2-0)          Iowa -7 (W)                 MIN +3 (W)

Raheel Ramzanali         7-4 (1-1)              N. Texas -27 (L)          NE/IND O51 (W)

Tyler Scott                      7-4 (1-1)              Ala/Ark O56.5 (W)     JAX/KC O 49 (L) 

Jerry Bo                          6-3-2 (2-0)         Iowa -7 (W)                  KC -3 (W)

Joel Blank                       6-4-1 (1-1)         Oklahoma -7 (L)           NO -6 (W)

Josh Jordan                    5-4-2 (2-0)       Texas +7 (W)                ARI +4 (W)

Fred Faour                      5-5-1 (0-2)       Houston -18 (L)            DEN +1 (L)

Barry Laminack             5-5-1 (0-2)       NC State -5.5 (L)          BAL -3 (L)

Jermaine Every              5-5-1 (1-1)       Bama/Ark O56.5 (W)  LAR -7 (L)

Charlie Palilo                   5-6 (1-1)         Rice PK (L)                    KC -3 (L)

John Granato                  4-6-1 (1-1)      Houston -18 (L)            NE -10 (W)

Jong Lee                           4-7 (0-2)        UH/TOL O70.5 (L)      BAL -3 (L)

Lance Zierlein                 3-7-1 (1-1)      Ohio -12 (L)                   DET PK (W)

Patrick Creighton           3-8 (0-2)       LSU -2 (L)                       GB PK (L)

Nick Sharara                   3-8 (1-1)         Miss. St +3.5 (W)          JAX +3 (L)

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Texans to hire David Culley. Composite image by Jack Brame

Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Texans will hire former Ravens assistant head coach David Culley as their new head coach. John McClain reported earlier on Wednesday that the coaching hire was narrowed down to Culley and Bills DC Leslie Frazier.

Now the question becomes, what does Deshaun Watson think of the hire? Culley has no experience as a head coach but did work closely with Andy Reid from 1999-2012 in Philly and 2013-2016 in KC. Many believed that Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy would be the next Texans coach because of his years learning from Reid. But the Texans opted for the lesser-known Culley instead.

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