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University of Akron head football coach Terry Bowden University of Akron Zips NCAA football game against the University of Central Florida at InfoCision Stadium on Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012, in Akron, Ohio. ( Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
University of Akron football coach Terry Bowden on the sidelines during the Zips' game against the University of Central Florida at InfoCision Stadium last season. Behind Bowden is Zach D'Orazio (11). (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
University of Akron quarterback Kyle Pohl (16) throws a pass during a scrimmage at InfoCision Stadium last season. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
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