The Scoop – Sunday December 4, 2016

Sunday December 4, 2016


Chip Kelly’s father died Friday. Please join us in keeping Chip and his family in your thoughts.

Tennessee State (FCS): Head coach Ron Reed told The Tennessean that he will retain just one assistant after a 7-4 season. Defensive coordinator Osita Alaribe, defensive backs coach Ed Sanders, and corners coach Mikhal Kornegay will not be retained, while defensive ends coach Nick Davison will return next season.

Georgia Southern: Co-offensive coordinators David Dean and Rance Gillespie will not return, Tyson Summers announced Sunday. Dean coached wide receivers while Gillespie handled quarterbacks.

Jeff Brohm: The Western Kentucky head coach has spoken with Baylor about the Bears’ opening, been offered the Purdue job and could be offered the Cincinnati job later today, according to a report from Chad Bishop of WBKO-TV.

Texas: Houston recruiting assistant Bryan Carrington is joining Tom Herman at Texas as assistant director of player personnel.

Washington: Chris Petersen said Sunday his pending extension won’t be for 10 years but he wants to remain in Seattle for a long time. With his Huskies headed to the College Football Playoff, Petersen said the extension isn’t a priority right now.

Cincinnati: Sources tell FootballScoop Tommy Tuberville has decided to step down. Read more here. Update>> The school has now formally announced the move.

LA Rams: Head coach Jeff Fisher has signed a contract extension taking him through 2018, according to Ian Rapoport. Rap adds that “the long-discussed deal is believed to be for 2 years.” Fisher is 4-7 this season.

Nuggets: Penn State, Ohio State or Washington? The Playoff is about to be tested to its core and there are no right answers.

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National columnist - Zach joined the staff in 2012...and has been attempting to improve Doug and Scott's writing ability ever since (to little avail). Outside of football season, you can find him watching the San Antonio Spurs reading Game of Thrones fan theories.