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Wolken: College football is evolving past coaches like WSU’s Nick Rolovich

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By Dan Wolken, USA TODAY: Nick Rolovich is only 42 years old, but he’s running out of time. For a college football coach with bad ideas, ham-handed tactics and a sense of self-importance that far exceeds his accomplishments, he’d have to be the greatest thing since Bear Bryant to be worth the trouble.

He isn’t. What Rolovich is — or, at least, the way he’s presented himself publicly over the last 12 months — is a science-denying, player-bullying embarrassment to Washington State University who isn’t merely in over his head running a Power Five program but the kind of coach who will soon be extinct in a new era of player empowerment and social responsibility.

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