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The Scoop - Tuesday September 11, 2018

Tuesday September 11, 2018


Please join us in continuing to keep all those families that lost loved ones on this fateful day in 2001, and in the days that followed, in your prayers.

Vanderbilt: Athletic director and vice chancellor David Williams is stepping down, but will remain in his role until a successor is named. Williams, the school's first African American vice chancellor who spent the past fifteen years in the role, will then transition full-time to his role as a tenured professor of law at the Vanderbilt Law School.

Hurricane Florence: One game has already been moved to tomorrow and another will reportedly not be played this weekend. All the updates on Florence-affected games will be on this page so check back often.

Why rescheduling cancelled games on the fly is even more difficult than it sounds.

Hugh Freeze: Speaking at the Little Rock Touchdown Club, Hugh Freeze said the "climate in America" is part of the reason he's not in coaching right now.

Division III head coach dresses as mascot for home opener, and gets a win

UW-Whitewater (D-III): UW-Whitewater has open dates weeks #2 and #3, 2021 and 2022 season. Looking for 2-year contracts and prefer away games in 2021. Interested programs can reach head coach Kevin Bullis at

ASA-Miami (JC - FL): ASA Miami is looking for a game against a Prep School or a JV Program on either Saturday October 27, Sunday October 28, or Saturday November 10 to come play in Miami. Enticement money is available upon completion of the game. If interested or if you have any other questions please email

Nebraska: The Huskers have reported a possible dirty hit to Big Ten and Pac-12 offices.

South Carolina: Jamie Speronis, who most recently served as the associate athletic director for football administration at South Carolina, has joined the staff at IMG Academy (FL) as their director of football.