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The Scoop - Monday October 1, 2018

Monday October 1, 2018


Seattle Seahawks: Owner Paul Allen announced today the non-Hodgkin's lymphoma he was previously treated for in 2009 has returned. “I will continue to stay involved with Vulcan, the Allen Institutes, the Seahawks and Trail Blazers, as I have in the past. I have confidence in the leadership teams to manage their ongoing operations during my treatment, he said in a statement. “I am very grateful for the support I’ve received from my family and friends. And I’ve appreciated the support of everyone on the teams and in the broader community in the past, and count on that support now as I fight this challenge.”

Mike DuBose: The former Alabama and Millsaps College head coach accidentally shot himself in the stomach while working on his farm near Opp, Ala., on Monday. He drove himself to a local hospital and was later airlifted to the Southeast Medical Center in Dothan, Ala. His condition was not immediately known.

Texas: Offensive coordinator Tim Beck is "awaiting his discharge from the hospital as we speak," and the team is expecting him back today Tom Herman notes at his presser today.

Today in Crazy Youth Sports parents...

#JustRunPower: This is what power looks like when blocked perfectly. Monday's One Minute Warm Up.

A month into the season, only 14 unbeaten teams are left in FBS. We took a survey of how many may remain that way two months from now. 

Maryland: New allegations have emerged against DJ Durkin and the Maryland football program.

James Franklin explains the difference between being great, and being elite

UMass: Head coach Mark Whipple has been suspended a week without pay for insensitive remarks made after their loss to Ohio over the weekend. Read more here.