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The Scoop - Wednesday October 4, 2017

Wednesday October 4, 2017


NCAA: The rule that would allow transfers to be immediately eligible is no longer being considered. Read more here. Additionally, the NCAA wants to standardize the number of people who can participate in on-campus recruiting.

Nebraska: Former Huskers linebacker and current Nebraska-Omaha AD Trev Alberts has let it be known through an email to his staff that he is staying in Omaha and will not pursue the open Nebraska AD job.

Georgia Southern: AD Tom Kleinlein is pledging patience for second-year head coach Tyson Summers.

Youngstown State (FCS): The University and Ma'lik Richmond have settled their lawsuit. Under terms of the settlement, Richmond can now play in games this season if head coach Bo Pelini chooses to play him. In a prepared statement, the University offered, "While the settlement agreement may cause concern for some, we believe it is in the best overall interest of the University, students and the community." Adrian (D-III - MI):Adrian College is seeking a home and home series opponent for 2020-2021. Open dates are September 12th, 2020 for a home contest and September 11th, 2021 for an away contest. If interested, please email Harry Bailey at Louisville: Yesterday afternoon Louisville named Vince Tyra as the school's interim athletic director. Scroll down to yesterday's Scoop for more info.