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The Scoop - Sunday October 14, 2018

Sunday October 14, 2018

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Bowling Green: Head coach Mike Jinks has been let go. More on the move here.

Boise State: Athletic Director Curt Apsey noted to the Idaho Press-Tribune that the school is currently in the process of working out the details on a contract extension for Bryan Harsin. Coach Harsin's current deal has him locked in through 2022, and the report adds that Boise State is looking to add a buyout clause into the contract, something Harsin, who is 4-2 currently and 46-14 since taking over the program in 2014, hasn't had in his deal since the end of the 2017 season.

NFL: London is ready for a team. That is the word from NFL executive vice president of international, Mark Waller, who spoke MMQB's Albert Breer. "We feel the fan demand is here, we feel the stadium infrastructure and optionality is here, we feel the government support is here. We feel the logistics and training side of it are here. We feel very good."

Middle Tennessee: MTSU has denied allegations of player mistreatment and drug test fixing that emerged over the weekend. More here.

#Nuggets: Four top-10 teams go down, three more nearly do and a war of words between SEC head coaches mark a chaotic Week 7 in college football

Bowl bonuses: Lance Leipold ($15,000), Dan Mullen ($100,000), Seth Littrell ($35,000), Josh Heupel ($25,000), Ed Orgeron ($25,000) and Tom Herman ($25,000) each netted bonuses after their teams reached bowl eligibility, tweets USA Today's Steve Berkowitz.