Wednesday November 13, 2019
Arizona State defensive coordinator Danny Gonzales’ mother died last night at the age of 69 following complications from a recent surgery. Please keep the Gonzales family in your prayers.
Rutgers: Sources tell FootballScoop Rutgers plans to have their deal in place with Greg Schiano by the weekend.
Nebraska: AD Bill Moos says it will take “three to four” recruiting cycles for Scott Frost to get it flipped at Nebraska.
Broyles Award: The Broyles Award announced its list of 2019 nominees on Wednesday.
Florida State: What to expect as the Florida State search develops.
Arkansas: A look at the potential of Gus Malzahn, Arkansas head coach.
Rutgers: Another hurdle for Greg Schiano’s inevitable return has now reportedly been cleared.
Youngstown State: Heading towards another 7th place finish in the Missouri Valley Conference, and after allowing 50+ in back to back games for the first time in school history, we ask, what has happened to Bo Pelini?
Masters of Sports Administration: Upper Iowa’s MSA degree provides learners with the current theories, concepts, and learning models necessary to assume administrative, coaching and leadership roles in high school, higher education and sports business settings. The online degree is available with emphasis in Sports Management or Coaching & Leadership Education.
Coast Guard Academy (D-III – CT): Head coach Bill George is retiring after leading the program for 21 seasons. He shares great perspective on his career and coaching college ball here.
Valley Forge (JC – PA): Valley Forge Military College will close at the end of the year, sources tell FootballScoop.
Defend your head: ProTech is a patented soft moveable outer shell installed over any football helmet. ProTech reduces both linear and rotational acceleration resulting in reduced collision / impact brain trauma. See more here.
Ed Orgeron and PJ Fleck: Proof that you don’t have to be a coordinator to be a good head coach.
Gus Malzahn: The Auburn head coach responds to speculation linking him to the Arkansas job with a familiar message.
Mansfield (Sprint – PA): Mansfield University of Pennsylvania seeks position coaches for the 2020 season. Interviews will be conducted at the AFCA convention in January in Nashville. Positions are slated to start mid July. Coordinator responsibility is a possibility. We are seeking coaches with experience on both sides of the ball. Compensation is $1000 per month plus housing in a luxury dorm. Priority will be given to coaches with recruiting experience in the northeast. Email resumes to Head Coach John Evans at [email protected].
NFL and College Head Coaching Changes: Keep track of all the head coaching changes from NFL to FBS to NAIA via this page.
FootballScoop: Enjoy one touch access to The Scoop, similar to the old app (which no longer is supported). Using Safari, go to FootballScoop.com on your phone, then “add to home screen”. Enjoy!