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The Scoop - Friday September 7, 2018

Friday September 7, 2018


Please join us in praying for the family of former Mount Union (D-III - OH) head coach Ken Wable, who has passed at age 91. Wable led the Mount Union program from 1962-85, winning 123 games and leading Mount Union to their first OAC football title.

How one prominent AD is remaining the football game day experience. 

Mountain East (D-II): UNC-Pembroke has accepted an invitation to the MEC for football (as well as a few other sports) and their first year in the league will be 2020, per a release from the league.

The number of NFL coaches deferring the opening kickoff has skyrocketed in the past decade. Why?

Arizona State: Herm Edwards has announced that linebackers coach Antonio Pierce has added the role of recruiting director.

New York Giants: Keep special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey in your prayers as he recently revealed that he's been diagnosed with cancer and is going through chemotherapy treatments. Coach McGaughey plans to be at the Giants’ Week 1 game vs. Jacksonville on Sunday.

Check out one of the best high school hype videos you'll ever come across

Strength: Opportunities in the Pac-12, two in the ACC, and at FAU lead off Strength Scoop today.

"So many times during a season you are defined by your backups." -Bill Cowher in Friday's One Minute Warm Up.