The Scoop - Wednesday August 24, 2016

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Wednesday August 24, 2016


The Best Thing You Will Read Today:17 phrases your players want (and sometimes need) to hear from you and your staff

The Top Ten Coaches Most Likely to Win Their First National Titles in 2016.

Wisconsin: Offensive lineman Dan Voltz has decided to retire and plans to join the Badger coaching staff.

The greatest walk-on in the history of college football has his own movie, and it's something the whole program should see

Game Planner Pro:Game Planner Pro is a single entry game plan and playbook management software. Enter your weekly game plan once, then effectively manage your practice sessions, game day call sheet and wrist bands.

Pete Carroll explains why good coaches walk away from the game: "They lose their ability to fight the fight."

North Carolina: According to the Champaign News-Gazette, former Illinois head coach Tim Beckman is working as a volunteer assistant on Larry Fedora's staff. The Heels visit Illinois on Sept. 10. Larry Fedora defended the move by saying Beckman just lost too many games.

#WarmUp: How many FBS head coaches could field a punt? Seth Littrell can. Plus an in-depth look at a Division III program, cool new tailgating option at Kentucky, and ASU is being awful paranoid.