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San Francisco 49ers interview Jim Tomsula for head coaching role

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49ers looking to recruit from within 

After the explosive nature of Black Monday, 24 hours later we have a boat load of speculation in the NFL.

San Francisco 49ers are interviewing their own defensive-line coach Jim Tomsula to replace outgoing head coach Jim Harbaugh. Such a move may be surprising, considering that Tomsula is not even the defensive co-ordinator in San Francisco, but nonetheless, the reports carry weight.  

However, NFL experts such as Ben Volin have expressed their surprise at the move, which probably wouldn't go down well with key 49ers' personnel. 

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Jets want to steal defensive expert 

New York Jets are likely to be the first team to make an appointment, but we might have to wait until after the playoffs for that news, with Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn firmly in the running.

NBA and college football update

Across to the NBA, and a brutal report from ESPN has exposed the fact that Cavaliers players are unhappy with first year head coach David Blatt.

And finally in college football, USC Trojans edged out Nebraska Cornhuskers 45-42 yesterday to win the Holiday Bowl.

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