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The Scoop - Tuesday October 4, 2016

Tuesday October 4, 2016

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Alabama: Former defensive line coach Bo Davis was paid nearly $317,000 in August, four months after resigning amid an NCAA recruiting violations investigation, according to the Tuscaloosa News.

UCLA: The Pac-12 has reprimanded Jim Mora for comments made about the conference's officials following Saturday's win over Arizona.

Ohio State: Brian Knorr, formerly Indiana's defenisve coordinator, is earning $500 a month as a Buckeyes quality control assistant, according to Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

LSU: Interim head coach Ed Orgeron tells ESPN that "this thing here, I'm going to get it," as long as they continue to take care of business and the difference between LSU and his 6-2 stint as the USC interim head coach is "they want me here at LSU. I never felt in my heart that they wanted me at USC until the very end."

Alabama: As an offensive analyst, Steve Sarkisian will make $35,000 this season and does not have a contract, according to AL.com.

Here's the trailer for ESPN's upcoming "Catholics vs. Convicts" documentary.

Warm Up: Bandana inspired uniform tweaks at Boston College, an impressive one handed catch from an NFL ball boy, plus Scott Frost the trumpeter?. Tuesday's One Minute Warm Up.