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The Scoop - Tuesday September 6, 2016

Tuesday September 6, 2016


Clemson: Clemson has announced Dabo Swinney and his wife Kathleen have donated $1 million back to the school.

WATCH: At halftime of FSU's win over Ole Miss last night, Jameis Winston gives Ricke Trickett the best praise an offensive line coach can receive.

LSU: Les Miles announced today that offensive coordinator Cam Cameron will move from the sideline back up to the box. LSU's offense in their opener vs Wisconsin, well, was less than great.

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Michigan State: Defensive line coach Ron Burton had an emergency procedure Friday morning and missed the team's game against Furman, but head coach Mark Dantonio noted today in his weekly presser that coach Burton is now back with the team and doing well. Linebackers coach and special teams coordinator Mark Snyder handled the defensive line duties in Burton's absence on game day for the Spartans.

Iowa: Iowa has announced a new contract for head coach Kirk Ferentz that keeps him with the program through 2026 with a new salary of $4.5 million annually.

Louisiana-Lafayette: Defensive coordinator Melvin Smith, who was let go following the weekend's 45-10 loss to Boise State, will continue to paid the rest of his annual salary for the season according to The Advertiser. The Advertiser adds that Smith made $70,000 from ULL last season, and had additional salary supplemented via a buyout from his time at Auburn.


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Louisiana Tech: Alec Ogdee, who previously served in a recruiting / operations intern role at Coastal Carolina, has joined the LA Tech as assistant director of recruiting.

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Texas Tech: TTU turned practice into Monday Night Raw and the team went nuts!