Buy 49ers at Rams NFC Championship tickets →

Baylor will go after Singletary

Nov 17, 2007 at 11:15 AM--


According to Mark May of ESPN, Baylor will fire their head coach Guy Morriss at the completion of the season and will pursue Mike Singletary for the position.

ESPN has already reported that Morriss won't return for the remaining year on his contract after being unable to produce a winning record in any of his five seasons



Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News



Former 49ers coach Mike Singletary vetoed trade for Ben Roethlisberger

By David Bonilla
19 hrs

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger? According to an article by Dan Pompei of The Athletic, it could have happened. In 2009, then-head coach Mike Singletary was called into a meeting with CEO Jed York and director of player personnel Trent Baalke. A trade was in place with the Pittsburgh Steelers for Roethlisberger, who had recently been accused of sexual assault. Singletary vetoed the deal, per the report. The 49ers had Alex Smith, a former first-round pick. To that point, the quarterback had been a disappointment, but Singletary



Video shows Cowboys fans throwing objects on field after loss to 49ers

By Kirk Larrabee
Jan 16

There was a heavy amount of frustration from Cowboys fans Sunday after their team fell 23-17 to the San Francisco 49ers, as evidenced by a few of them throwing things on the field following the loss. Video from Jane Slater of the NFL Network showed fans throwing objects from the stands as the officials and Cowboys players left the field. Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence can be seen deflecting one of the objects with his helmet. #Cowboys fans throwing things at their own players. Got this sent to me by one. Be better



49ers-Cowboys: Everyone stepped up after Nick Bosa's injury, says D.J. Jones and Arik Armstead

By David Bonilla
Jan 16

It was hard to see San Francisco 49ers pass rusher Nick Bosa down on the field late in the first half of Sunday's playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys. Everyone, including the fans, knows how much the young defensive end means to the 49ers defense. After the team lost Bosa early last season, the pass rush never really got going. Bosa was ruled out with a head injury and will likely enter the concussion protocol this week, ahead of the 49ers' next playoff game—a Divisional Round matchup against the Green Bay Packers. "We were thinking of him, and I'm happy that he'll be OK, and it's not too serious," defensive lineman Arik Armstead said after Sunday's game. "Obviously, we can't wait to get him back. He's a force for us, and I love playing alongside



49ers elated, Cowboys frustrated after roller coaster ending to Wild Card contest

By Kirk Larrabee
Jan 16

There was a quite a contrast in reactions between the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers after the eventful way their Wild Card game came to an end on Sunday evening. With the 49ers up 23-17 in the game's final seconds, the Cowboys were in the process of making one final attempt at a come-from-behind win after trailing 23-7 earlier in the fourth quarter. The Cowboys had the ball at the 49ers' 41-yard line with 14 seconds left to play when they called for a quarterback run by Dak Prescott, which advanced the ball to the 24-yard line. But with no time outs remaining, the Cowboys had to rush to get lined up in order to get off another play. Between the time it took them to get lined up and the time the umpire needed to set the ball, the Cowboys wound up not


Featured

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone