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  • Monday October 20, 2014

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    Florida: Jeremy Foley issued a statement today that he will continue to evaluate the team as the season plays out. Here is our read on the situation at Florida.

    Wilmington College (D-III – OH): Defensive line coach Bryce Bozman has been relieved of his duties, per source.

    College Football Playoff: Archie Manning is taking a leave of absence from the College Football Playoff selection committee. Manning will undergo surgery next month to help relieve discomfort he is experiencing in his legs. The committee will go with 12 members for this season. The committee asserts that Archie will return in 2015.

  • Sunday October 19, 2014

    Florida State: Offensive line coach Rick Trickett is out of the hospital but won’t return until Tuesday at the earliest after missing Saturday night’s win over Notre Dame due to health concerns. Check out the FSU offensive line’s tribute to Trickett from last night.

    Florida: Gainesville reporter Pat Dooley noted this morning that no changes were expected at Florida over the next two weeks.

  • Saturday October 18, 2014

    Florida State: Offensive line coach Rick Trickett will not be on the sidelines tonight due to a personal health issue. Offensive grad assistant David Spurlock will handle the game day coaching duties. Here’s to hoping for a speedy recovery.

    Washington State: Eric Mele has been promoted to special teams coordinator, according to KLEW-TV in Lewiston, Idaho. Mele was a QC assistant promoted to the nine-man assistant staff following the dismissal of special teams coach Eric Russell last month.

     

  • Friday October 17, 2014

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    Former Toronto Argonauts head coach Nobby Wirkowski has passed away at 88 years old. Please join us in praying for his family.

    Azusa Pacific (D-II – CA): Azusa Pacific University is looking for a game on 9/5/2015 and 11/7/2015. Azusa Pacific is interested in home or away opportunities and the possibility of home and away agreements. Travel to Southern California is convenient with three major airports within a 45 minutes radius from campus. Please email Athletic Director Gary Pine at gpine@apu.edu if interested.

    Minnesota Vikings: Head coach Mike Zimmer is not with the team today and is undergoing a “minor procedure” according to the franchise. Zimmer is expected to coach on Sunday when the Vikings visit Buffalo.

    Vanderbilt: Athletic director David Williams is back at home recovering from a health issue that led to a hospital procedure. Read more on the AD Scoop.

  • Thursday October 16, 2014

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    Michigan: The U-M Board of Regents has adjourned with no action taken regarding athletics director Dave Brandon, although the student body president did say “it is unclear whether the athletic director’s relationship with the student body is reparable at this point.” U-M President Mark Schlissel is the only person with the authority to fire Brandon. “I’m committed to taking the time to study the issues,” he said. “I’m being careful and deliberative.”

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Director of player development Isaiah Harris has been let go after being charged with a DUI this morning.

    Adams State (D-II – CO): After seven seasons, head coach Marty Heaton has announced that he will retire at the conclusion of this season. Heaton led the Grizzlies to a 37-35 mark overall.

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    Idaho State: Head coach Mike Kramer has signed a 3 year contract extension, taking him through 2017.