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The Scoop - Tuesday September 25, 2018

Tuesday September 25, 2018


Kansas State: Bill Snyder made a change at quarterback on Saturday without telling any of his assistants or the outgoing QB. 

Injuries: In response to the new gambling laws, more than half of FBS ADs told a survey they'd support a nationwide injury report. More here.

Why the new redshirt rule and an uber-talented freshman have pushed Dabo Swinney into a brand new dilemma in college coaching

Bowl games: The San Francisco-based Foster Farms Bowl will now be known as the Redbox Bowl moving forward. This will be the fifth different name in the 17-year history of the game.

Colorado State: AD Joe Parker has given a show of confidence for head coach Mike Bobo. “I don’t think we’re at a moment where we should be questioning the long-term commitment to Coach Bobo and the direction that he’s leading his program,” Parker told The Coloradoan. Bobo signed a 5-year extension through 2022 that guarantees much of his $10 million in total salary last December; he is 22-22 overall in Fort Collins and 1-4 this season.

He's got a shot to leave school as the most accomplished running back in SEC history. He's now got his own snazzy, punny Heisman campaign

AAF: The final four Alliance of American Football teams have their logos and nicknames.

Mike Gundy: The Oklahoma State coach on a key to one of the most consistently explosive offenses in football - "Our goal is to scare defensive coordinators."

Christopher Newport (D-III - VA): Christopher Newport University, located in Newport News, VA is looking for a Home game 2019 and will return the trip in 2020. We can provide some assistance as needed. We are looking for Week 1. Please email Art Link at if interested.

A few games in, 2018 has been the year of the basketball schools