The Scoop – Friday September 22, 2017

Friday September 22, 2017

Rutgers: The NCAA has placed the program on 2-years probation and recruiting restrictions and former head coach Kyle Flood has received a 1-year show. Flood is currently an assistant offensive line coach with the Atlanta Falcons. The NCAA cited Rutgers with a “failure to monitor” the program during a 5-year period where the program’s drug testing policy did not follow university and NCAA policy, among other violations in their release.

Geno Auriemma has offered to work for free next year

Big 12: The Big 12 has extended commissioner Bob Bowlsby’s contract through the 2024-25 academic year. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Hurricane Irma: Central Florida will host Austin Peay on Oct. 28, making up one of the two games the Knights lost due to Irma.

Nebraska has fired AD Shawn Eichorst

“Football does not care if you’re rich or poor. When that ball snaps, it’s just you and him”

This right here is what coaching is all about

 

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