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The Scoop - Thursday October 5, 2017

Thursday October 5, 2017


Hawaii: Offensive line coach Chris Naeole is no longer on the staff, as reported by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

College Football Playoff: Georgia Tech AD Todd Stansbury is in line to replace Clemson AD Dan Radakovich in the ACC's selection committee slot when Radakovich's 3-year term ends after this season, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

How a dropped punt snap (possibly) changed the course of college football forever

Clemson: Clemson staff members saved a student whose car had slid down a ravine next to a river near practice recently.

Muhlenberg (D-III - PA): Very saddened to pass along news that head coach Mike Donnelly passed away yesterday from complications from leukemia. Donnelly was in his 21st season leading the program and was the winningest head coach in school history with a career record of 143-76.

New Research: Various Tag Modules to Protect the Stick Concept - Because of its short distance and high percentage throw, the stick concept continues to rise in popularity among offensive coordinators. So, it becomes necessary to protect it with backside tags, RPOs and the screen game. In his exclusive X&O Labs clinic report, Godby High School (FL) offensive coordinator and former Florida Gator standout Jacquez Green details the most effective backside tags, RPOs and screen concepts he uses to complement the stick concept. These variants helped push the stick concept from 8 yards to 19 yards per reception last season. Click here to read the report.

The NCAA wants to standardize the number of people involved in recruiting