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The Scoop - Wednesday September 27, 2017

Wednesday September 27, 2017


Bill Napier, the father of Arizona State offensive coordinator Billy Napier, has sadly passed after battling ALS. Please join us in praying for Napier's family.

Louisville: Athletic director Tom Jurich has officially been placed on paid administrative leave. An interim athletic director will be named within 48 hours. Read more on the developing situation here.

Navy: Some good news to share; Jarren Jasper, the son of Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper and his wife Donna, has been taken off the ventilator that he's been on the past two months, which means he's one step closer to being able to go home, according to the Capital Gazette. Jarren has been at the Children's National Medical Center awaiting a heart transplant due to fluid in his lungs and has been hospitalized since August. Please continue to keep the Jaspers in your prayers.

Shaw (D-II - NC): Shaw University football program is looking for a Home game on September 8th 2018 and August 31st 2019. Contact Coach Toryeon Hester at

Virginia University of Lynchburg (NCCAA – VA):Virginia University of Lynchburg is looking to add an opponent to their 2017 schedule due to opponent's not being able to complete their schedule. VUL’s open weekends are October 14th and November 11th. We are open to dates and locations. We would prefer a home game, but will entertain road games. Interested opponents can contact Director of Football Operations Jordan Odaffer at


AFCA: The American Football Coaches Association, located in Waco TX, is look for a Computer Programmer with at least 1 year of computer programming experience. Job duties include: Programming Directed Web-Based or Windows Based Modules for the AFCA private internal use – Assist Director of Technologies with various IT Duties. Job Type: Full-time – Salary: $30,000 to $50,000 / year. Please contact Adam Guess at

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