The Scoop – Saturday December 16, 2017

Saturday December 16, 2017

South Alabama: Now that Troy’s bowl is over (50-30 win over North Texas), source tells us Troy offensive coordinator Kenny Edenfield will now formally accept the same position at South Alabama.

Adams State (D-II): Source tells FootballScoop Britt Maughan (former head coach at Snow College) has accepted the defensive coordinator position at Adams State.

Louisiana Lafayette: Source tells FootballScoop Arizona State offensive line coach Rob Sale will join Billy Napier’s staff in Lafayette.

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Virginia Union (D-II): Source tells FootballScoop St. Augustine (D-II) offensive coordinator Alvin Parker will be the new head coach at Virginia Union.

Central Arkansas: Source tells FootballScoop former Abilene Christian head coach Ken Collums will be the new offensive coordinator at UCA.

Plenty of news from last night at Alabama, Arizona State, Florida, etc…. scroll down for more.

Head coaching changes: 2017-18 NFL & college head coaching changes


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