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The Scoop - Tuesday October 31, 2017

Tuesday October 31, 2017

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Kennesaw State: Florida A&M athletics director Milton Overton has been named to the same post at Kennesaw State.

Florida State: Quarterbacks coach Randy Sanders is not expected to return to the staff next season reports Josh Newberg of 247.

Drake: Marquette deputy AD Brian Hardin has been announced as the AD at Drake.

Nevada: Grad assistant Jeff Nady has been suspended from football-related activities following his arrest late Friday night following the team's loss to Air Force. Nady reportedly crashed his car into a casino hotel. He was charged with DUI, intoxicated person in possession of a firearm and multiple other charges reports KTVN.

#SchemeVault: The best schemes, ideas, RPOs, and trick plays from some of the best coordinators in football from over the weekend. The #SchemeVault is now open.

Southern Miss: With Russell Athletic getting out of the uniform business, Southern Miss has announced a partnership deal with Adidas through the 2024-25 season. The Eagles will receive $4 million in Adidas product, per The Sun Herald.

Code of Conduct: Iowa State's Cyclone Code of Conduct is worth the quick read.

NCSA: NCSA – Next College Student Athlete is looking to add to our Video Department. We have Part Time Seasonal Video Editor positions available. This is a role where you would be responsible for editing and processing world-class highlight/skills videos for all NCSA student-athletes in a variety of different sports. It is a Part Time, 29 hour per week role and with shifts between 8am-2pm CST or 2pm-8pm CST. If this sounds like something you are interested in, apply using the following link Seasonal Video Editor (Part Time) or contact Jovan Odum at NCSA via email at jodum@ncsasports.org.

Pearl River (JC - MS): After finishing 5-4, interim head coach Ted Egger has shed the interim title and been named head coach of the program.

Mississippi Gulf Coast (JC): Per source, head coach Chad Huff has been let go after four seasons with the team. MSGCC finished the 2017 season 5-4.

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Power of Football:Our friends at USA Football, working together with several high school associations have produced several powerful short videos depicting the #PowerofFootball. Enjoy, & please share your own stories at: poweroffootball.org/yourstory