Californias Sonny Dykes also is believed to be one of the three. Purdue has been doing homework on Brohm and also is believed to be interested in Western Michigans P.J. Fleck, among others. Oregon may have Fleck on its radar as well, in addition to South Floridas Willie Taggart. A source told Yahoo Sports Saturday that Florida coach Jim McIlwain is not out of the question at Oregon, but it would still appear to be a long shot that he would leave Gainesville for that job. Cincinnati would contractually be obligated to pay Tuberville a $2.4 million buyout if he is terminated before Dec. 7. After that, the buyout drops to $1.5 million. If the school moves to oust Tuberville, Brohm would be a prime replacement candidate. Brohm is 30-10 at Western Kentucky, and after defeating Louisiana Tech 58-44 Saturday his teams have won the last two C-USA championships.
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About 650,000 of the vehicles recalled are in North America. The models affected are the Ford Fusion, FordMondeo and Lincoln MKZ models. Square ( SQ ) Deutsche Bank ( DB ) upgraded Square to buy from hold with a price target of $17. The German bank said that the Square business model is underappreciated by the Street . http://superharpergray.pdxrwa.org/2016/10/05/the-best-questions-for-sensible-strategies-for-selection-processAmerican Airlines ( AAL ) The US airline is cutting back on flights to Cuba. Citing weak demand, American Airlines announced it will drop a quarter of its flight to the island in 2017. a helpful a-to-z on logical plans of med school interview preparationSmith & Wesson ( SWHC ) The gun maker posted fiscal second-quarter earnings and sales above Wall Street expectations but disappointed investors with weak guidance. Smith & Wesson reported adjusted earnings per share of 68 cents on revenue of $233.5 million. Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ ) A federal jury in Dallas has ordered Johnson & Johnson and its DePuy Orthopaedics unit to pay more than $1 billion to six plaintiffs who said they were injured by faulty Pinnacle hip implants.
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