The Scoop – Wednesday September 28, 2022 – Footballscoop

  • October 1, 2022

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Middle Tennessee State: Rick Stockstill with an early candidate for quote of the year on the media tour following a "tail kicking" of Miami.
Mississippi Valley State (FCS): Sources tell FootballScoop that wide receivers coach Jared Burton is taking over as offensive coordinator, following the resignation of Kenton Evans (see below).
Kansas State: How the K-State staff successfully weaponized the rule book to spring their upset of Oklahoma.
Mississippi Valley State (FCS): Per source, offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Kenton Evans has stepped down.
Lackawanna (JC – PA): Lackawanna College is looking for a game on 10/8 or 10/9. We are looking for a JV, JUCO, or Prep school opponent. We are willing to host or travel. We are able to travel within a 3 hour window of campus. Interested programs can contact [email protected].
CFB Playoff: Following their meeting yesterday in Chicago, executive director Bill Hancock shares that details related to the expansion timeline are not done yet, and while they will meet tomorrow, he adds "We will not wrap up this week."
Florida State: With his special teams off to a great start, John Papuchis explains why "special teams are a reflection of your culture."
Hurricane Ian: Here's our landing page for all scheduling updates and adjustments as Ian prepares to make landfall. Let us know if we're missing your game.
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Doug has been with FootballScoop for over a decade and currently serves as Director of Content. A former small college football player and college assistant, Samuels now serves as the head coach at Comstock Park HS (MI). He’s married with two kids and lives just south of Grand Rapids in Byron Center, MI.

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