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Steve Spurrier, Dabo Swinney

Appreciation: Spurrier changed the game, did things his way

Steve Spurrier knew how to tweet long before it became something you did on your phone.

In 140 characters or less, the coach could cut right to the heart of the matter, make his own fans laugh and get everyone to pay attention.

And as good as he was with a quip, he was even better with a pencil in hand, drawing up plays.

The man who liked to call himself the "Head Ball Coach" coached 'em up better than anyone for about a decade.

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Brodie Hicks, Brian Hill

Davern, defense help Air Force beat Wyoming 31-17

AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — Safety Brodie Hicks was a little modest about his big turnover night.

The two interceptions? Fortunate to be in the right place on both. The fumble recovery? Happened to be crawling on the ground and there it was.