BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) After leading the nation in touchdowns last season, Florida Atlantic running back Devin Singletary got a gift from Owls coach Lane Kiffin.
It was a book. The title: "Ego is the enemy."
Kiffin said the book worked wonders on him, and he's hoping the same rings true with his leading rusher. Singletary's 32 touchdowns on the ground in 2017 was the third-best single-season total by anyone in major college football history, and he - along with his big-name coach, of course - are two of the biggest reasons why the Owls were the runaway pick to repeat as Conference USA champions this season.