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The Scoop - Wednesday October 24, 2018

Wednesday October 24, 2018


Please join us in praying for the family of former North Texas coach Rod Rust, who passed away yesterday. Rust had a coaching career that spanned from 1960-2005 and spent time in college football, the NFL, and the CFL as well.

Pac-12: The Pac-12 has released its findings from the officiating scandal that came out of the USC-Washington State game.

Big Ten: The Big Ten has leveed a $10,000 fine upon Michigan State and issued a public reprimand to both schools, Jim Harbaugh and Mark Dantonio for their actions and comments surrounding Saturday's game.

Conference championship games: The schedule for all 10 FBS conference championship games has been set.

Al Golden: Former head coach Al Golden is reportedly suing Miami for $3 million.

David Cutcliffe: Offensive linemen are the "greatest humans in football".

This may be the most creative answer to adapting the college football playoff

Maryland: The Board of Regents plans to meet again tomorrow via teleconference; however the University does not plan to release any statements after the call. Sounds as if we might get clarity into DJ Durkin's status until next week. We'll keep you posted.

One of the top coaches in the Junior College ranks may be hired away

Bill Belichick: You're going to want your defensive coordinator to read the genius behind how Belichick defends Hail Mary's.

Why offensive linemen are "the greatest humans in football."