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The Scoop - Wednesday September 12, 2018

Wednesday September 12, 2018

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Iowa State:After losing its opener vs. South Dakota State to big weather, Iowa State has scheduled Incarnate Word (FCS - TX) for a Dec. 1 game, provided the Cyclones do not reach the Big 12 Championship and Incarnate Word does not reach the FCS playoffs. On the difficult process to get here.

Maryland: The University System of Maryland board of regents will announce the results from the investigation into Jordan McNair's death on Sept. 21. Details here.

Georgia State: Head coach Shawn Elliott tore his bicep following a touchdown celebration last week against NC State and the injury will need surgery next week when the program takes on Western Michigan.

Alabama A&M (FCS): The Alabama A&M football program is being hit with five years of probation, scholarship reductions of 10%, a 25% reduction in recruiting or evaluation days, a postseason ban for the 2018-19 season, and fines. The penalty comes on the heels of NCAA violations involving the certification of students athletes dating back to 2011, per AL.com.

Why good leaders encourage their assistants to consider job offers.

Dartmouth (FCS - MA): Head coach Buddy Teevens has announced the addition of Callie Brownson as an offensive quality control analyst for the program, making her the first Division I full-time female quality control analyst in college football. During camp, Brownson served as an intern with the program and has also played a role at the Manning Passing Academy.

USA Football: This episode of USA Football’s Coach and Coordinator podcast is another episode of “Your Call,” where coaches from across the country share their thoughts on a variety of topics. Hear what three successful coaches had to say about playing time, team culture, and more.

Pat Fitzgerald: Fitz explains why "an RPO is the purest form of communism."

Hurricane Florence: Keep track of all the games being cancelled and rescheduled due to Hurricane Florence here.

Hugh Freeze: The former Ole Miss coach blames the "current climate in America" as to why he hasn't landed another coaching job.