The Scoop – Friday October 28, 2016

Friday October 28, 2016


Mike McQueary: A jury has ruled Penn State University defamed former receivers coach Mike McQueary and awarded him $7.3 million in damages. McQueary has a separate case going as well against Penn State for firing him in retaliation for his role in bringing the scandal to light.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Jags owner Shad Kahn noted after the Jags 36-22 loss to the Titans last night that he sticking by Gus Bradley, according to the Florida Times Union. Bradley is off to a 2-5 start this year and is 14-41 since taking over the franchise in 2013.

USA Football National Conference: The nation’s largest annual gathering of high school & youth football stakeholders will occur January 27th – 29th in Orlando, FL at the Pro Bowl. Take your coaching standard to the next level:

  • Network with some of the nation’s elite high school coaches & administrators
  • Learn from some of the top minds in football
  • Access to sessions on sports nutrition, strength & conditioning, program building and position specific development
  • An immersive football experience

See the full schedule and register today!

North Greenville (D-II – SC): North Greenville University (D-II-SC) has openings for the 2017 season on dates 9-16-17 and 10-28-17. Would prefer D-II opponent. If interested contact DFO Thomas Phillips at [email protected].

Warm Up: Chicago Cubs’ Kyle Schwarber tries to tackle Braxton Miller, 12-year old describes best coach, is Nick Saban a shooter or passer during pickup games, and trouble for Under Armour? Friday’s One Minute Warm Up.

2016-2017 College Head Coaching Changes

Content manager - Doug took the reins in 2011 and the website has been better ever since. A former college player and small college coach, Doug now serves as assistant head coach / offensive coordinator at West Ottawa HS (MI).