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The Scoop - Tuesday September 4, 2018

Tuesday September 4, 2018


Kansas: Kansas AD Jeff Long has released this statement in response to the Jayhawks' loss to Nicholls on Saturday: "We all expected a different outcome Saturday but I continue to support our student-athletes and coaches and ask all Jayhawks to do the same. Our evaluation of the program is on-going without a predetermined timeline."

Division II: Anybody want to host the D2 championship game? Because of renovations to Children's Mercy Park, the NCAA has to find a new site for the Division II National Championship on three months' notice.

Albion (D-III - MI): Head coach Craig Rundle will retire at the end of this season and offensive coordinator Dustin Beurer will become head coach the program has announced. Beurer has been on staff since 2008. In 22 seasons as head coach, Rundle's teams have won 120 games, seven MIAA championships and five trips to the D-III playoffs.

Washington State: Mike Leach has enlisted the help of a Microsoft engineer to help come up with innovative offensive ideas.

Sacramento State (FCS): Head coach Jody Sears served a one-game suspension this past weekend for inadvertently playing an ineligible player for a down in 2016 and assistant (and former Washington State head coach) Paul Wulff stepped in to lead the program to a 55-7 win over St. Francis (NAIA - IL).

ESPN: Per report, the worldwide leader won't assign Mark Jones to Washington games.

Ohio State: Urban Meyer could officially return to the facility yesterday, and since the Buckeyes had the day off practice, today marks the first time he'll be out on the practice field with his team.

#Nuggets: Week one nuggets still available. As tasty as the day they were released. #BrainFood