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The Scoop - Tuesday September 20, 2016

Tuesday September 20, 2016


Please join us in praying for the family of Cincinnati head coach Tommy Tuberville, whose mother, Olive, passed away over the weekend.

Florida: Multiple outlets have reported today that Kansas State AD John Currie is in Gainesville closing in on the open AD position at Florida. Currie has tweeted that he's in Dallas at the D-I ADs meetings. Despite these reports, sources in profession tell FootballScoop that Mississippi State AD Scott Stricklin is considered the lead candidate and could be closing in on the job soon. Update> The Clarion Ledger is now confirming what we reported. Read more here.

Here's the Muhammad Ali-inspired hype video Louisville showed before pummeling Florida State.

Nicholls: An update on the Nicholls AD job is available on AD Scoop.

Trace Armstrong: Athletes First says it has hired Armstrong as its vice president and director of coaching, but CAA says it still employs Armstrong, according to Liz Mullen of Sports Business Journal. Says CAA: "Trace Armstrong remains an employee of CAA Sports." Says Armstrong's representative Jeffrey Kessler: "He has resigned and is working for A-1."

Fordham (FCS - NY):Fordham is looking for a FCS opponent at Home in 2017. Available date is September 16. Willing to discuss a guarantee if not interested in scheduling a Home and Home. Interested programs can contact

Warm Up: Tuesday's One Minute Warm Up is loaded. Allow Urban to explain E+R=O. A great quote. Toughness personified...and well, the opposite. And we added some #OLPorn at the bottom.

The Apprentice School (D-III - VA):The Apprentice School in Newport News, VA have open dates in 2017 on Sept. 30, Oct. 7, and Nov. 11. We need a home game on Nov. 11 with the others being home or away.

Warm Up: A great explanation of E+R=O, the type of player everyone wants on their team, and some #OLPorn. Tuesday's One Minute Warm Up.

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