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The Scoop - Friday October 4, 2019

Friday October 4, 2019

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Please join us in praying for the repose of the soul of coach Bill Fisk who died yesterday at age 75. Fisk, an All-American guard at USC, served as both an assistant and head coach at Mt. San Antonio College for a combined 40 years. In 21 seasons as head coach, Fisk's teams went 126-64-2. His 1997 squad won the national championship and he was named coach of the year. Upon retiring from coach, Fisk would go on to serve as a high school referee. He is survived by his wife Tona, sons David and Brady and daughters Kristen and Lauren. Please keep coach Fisk's family in your thoughts and prayers as well. God bless.

Washington State: Mike Leach's defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys has stepped down. More here on the move, what Wazzu does and how this came about.

St. Thomas (D-III - MN): Booted from their Division III conference for being too successful, St. Thomas may have found a new home in Division I...but there's a twist.

Howard (FCS): The school is reportedly investigating claims of verbal abuse in Ron Prince's program. Details here.

Joe Moorhead: Moorhead to Rutgers would make a lot of sense for both parties. Here’s some background.

NFL and College Head Coaching Changes: Keep track of all the head coaching changes from NFL to FBS to NAIA via this page.