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Some first-year coaches are already making big impacts with their programs

Making a coaching change doesn’t necessarily always buy you instant success – but in some cases, a change at the top can bring incremental returns. Here are seven new coaches this season who’ve already made an early impact on their respective college football programs. D.J. Durkin, Maryland (4-1)...
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