Stanford hired former NFL quarterback Jim Harbaugh on Monday to take over its struggling football program.
Harbaugh had spent the last three years as head coach at the University of San Diego, a non-scholarship Division I-AA program. He led the Toreros to a 29-6 record, winning 27 of his final 29 games at San Diego.
Poor clock management by the UAB coach in the 4th quarter, punting to Oklahoma down 7 when they didn't even need a first down to kill the clock. Almost made it seem like he wanted the moral victory of only losing by 7 in Norman.