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The Scoop - Friday August 6, 2021

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Bobby Bowden: Sad news to share this Sunday morning, as the legendary Bobby Bowden has passed. 


ULM: Terry Bowden is in Tallahassee tending to Bobby, so Rich Rodriguez is ULM's interim head coach as the Warhawks open training camp

LSU: LSU's board of supervisors on Friday formally approved offensive line coach Brad Davis's contract, according to The Advocate. He'll earn $810,000 on a 3-year deal with annual raises built in. Our story from June

Lock Haven (D-II - PA): Lock Haven is seeking a positive, high energy person as a part time coach for this Fall. Can work on either side of the ball. Looking for best fit. Great for someone looking to get foot in the door at the college level. Interested coaches email John Kelling: coachkelling@yahoo.com

Nebraska: Chief of staff Gerrod Lambrecht is leaving the program to pursue a business opportunity Scott Frost announced today. Frost added that director of football operations Andrew Sims would move into the chief of staff role. 

15 Most Important: At a program that's put the Power T in instability, Tim Banks looks to bring a steady hand to Tennessee's defense

Deion Sanders and Jason Garrett: It's been an issue with two guys now, so we created a solution. The definitive list of everyone that should be calling coaches "Coach"

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Northeastern State (D-II): Northeastern State University is accepting applications for their open offensive graduate assistant position. Preference will be given to candidates with a running back coaching background; however, all candidates are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Film breakdown, scouting reports, scout team organization, managing a position/recruiting area, daily football operations; in addition to other responsibilities designated by the head coach and offensive coaching staff. Experience using Hudl and Microsoft Works is preferred. Candidates must meet Northeastern State's graduate school requirements and pass a background check. Financial specifics will be discussed during the interview process. All interested candidates should send a resume and three references to offensive coordinator Jeff Bowen at bowen09@nsuok.edu. No phone calls please. Review of candidates will begin immediately.

Slippery Rock (D-II - PA): Anthony Ciccone II, who spent last season on the staff at Akron as a defensive graduate assistant, has joined the Slippery Rock staff coaching the defensive backs.

Central Missouri (D-II): Donte Colum has joined the staff as a grad assistant.

New York Giants: Jason Garret had his own Deion Sanders-type moment yesterday when he didn't like being called his first name by media in attendance, and quickly corrected them.

Urban Meyer: Urban and his staff are tracking winners and losers in every single head-to-head rep...here's why.

Northeastern State (D-II): Northeastern State University is accepting applications for their open defensive graduate assistant position. Preference will be given to candidates with a defensive back coaching background; however, all candidates are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Film breakdown, scouting reports, scout team organization, managing a position/recruiting area, daily football operations; in addition to other responsibilities designated by the head coach and defensive coaching staff. Experience using Hudl and Microsoft Works is preferred. Candidates must meet Northeastern State's graduate school requirements and pass a background check. Financial specifics will be discussed during the interview process. All interested candidates should send a resume and three references to defensive coordinator Michael Conrad at conradm@nsuok.edu. No phone calls please. Review of candidates will begin immediately.

New York Giants: Camp has been open for about a week in East Rutherford and three players have decided to retire, but Joe Judge is sticking to his old-school approach despite criticism.

15 Most Important: For years now, Miami has been Next Year's Team. With an established QB and a re-tooled defensive staff led by Jess Simpson, next year is this year at The U.

SEC: Dan Mullen says SEC is on the verge of "mega-conference" status. 

Hawaii: The state of Hawaii has not played HS football since 2019, and now they're pushing back the start of football season and will require proof of vaccination to participate for coaches and players.

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