Lorenzo Reyna

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Lorenzo J. Reyna brings more than a decade of experience to CFN. He began at Fresno State during a time a young Ryan Mathews and Derek Carr were on campus. He covered Jordan Love before he committed to Utah State. He was even one of the last in the Central Valley of California to interview Josh Allen after his final HSFB game in June 2014. He's covered Cal, Stanford, Fresno State, San Jose State and Cal Poly. His work can also be seen at the Pro Football Network.

Eric Bieniemy Leaving NFL To Take UCLA Offensive Coordinator Job

Following two Super Bowl wins but seeking a new football home, Eric Bieniemy will now head back to Los Angeles, this time returning to UCLA.

Top 5 Candidates To Replace Brent Brennan at San Jose State

After Brent Brennan accepted the Arizona Wildcats head coaching job, who are the top replacement options for the San Jose State Spartans?

Who Is Eric Henderson? USC Trojans Turning to Super Bowl Winning Assistant To Help Save Defense

Lincoln Riley wasn't through trying to improve his USC Trojans' defense, luring in a past Super Bowl winner to fix things further ahead of the season.

Washington Huskies Coaching Staff 2023

Kalen DeBoer and his staff hit the ground running in 2022. Now, expectations have re-increased for he and Washington in 2023 following an 11-2 season.

Top 5 Candidates To Replace Jedd Fisch at Arizona

Who looks like an intriguing replacement for Jedd Fisch at Arizona? Names include fast-rising head coaches, a former coach, and a past beloved 'Zona assistant.

CFB World Reacts to Stunning Kalen DeBoer Hire at Alabama: “He Will Kill it”

Super Bowl winners, a future rival head coach, and a past beat reporter for Washington all reacted strongly to the Kalen DeBoer to Alabama move.

College Football World Reacts to Nick Saban’s Retirement From Alabama

High-profile college coaches, NFL insiders, and past Alabama players joined in the nationwide praise for the newly retired Nick Saban.

Washington Playoff History: Wins, National Championship Appearances, and More

Washington has been a model of consistency out west. But do they have playoff wins and national titles to further back that claim?