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The Scoop - Monday April 6, 2020

Monday April 6, 2020


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Former Houston Oilers head coach Ed Biles died yesterday at age 88. Coach Biles served as defensive coordinator of the Oilers for Bum Phillips from '74-80. He then served as head coach from '81-83. Please keep Coach and his family in your prayers.

Pac-12: Commissioner Larry Scott is taking a 20 percent pay cut through June, top league executives will take 10 percent cuts and Pac-12 Networks are laying off eight percent of their workforce, according to Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury-News.

Coronavirus Hero: He's been a GA at D2 Midwestern State for all of one month, but Alex Charlton is the college football hero of the coronavirus.

10-minute Clinic:.Shallow and Drive - Two highly efficient passing concepts for your 2x2 and 3x1 formations adaptable to any offense from Doug Samuels of Comstock Park HS (MI).

NFL: The NFL announced how it will conduct this moth's draft amid national stay-at-home orders.

FootballScoop Online Clinic:  Keys to winning 1st and 2nd down to control 3rd down with former Coordinator of the Year finalist CJ Nightingale of Wheaton (D-III - IL), who had the top defense in D-III this past season.

Injury Faking: The NCAA is discussing ways to stop teams from having players intentionally fake injuries.

Reinhardt (NAIA - GA): O.C. Williams has been promoted to defensive coordinator and Forrest Jackson has been hired as linebackers coach. Jackson had coached linebackers at Tuskegee since 2011.

Fort Lauderdale (NAIA): University of Fort Lauderdale is no longer accepting applications for their open assistant position. We thank you all for the overwhelming interest.

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Missouri Baptist (NAIA): Missouri Baptist University is seeking qualified applicants for a WR/TE graduate assistant coach for the 2020-21 academic year. This position will be responsible for assisting the head coach in the areas of recruiting, planning and implementing practice sessions, scouting and film breakdown, planning and implementation of community service activities, oversight of student-athlete academic achievement, overall administration of the football teams, and other responsibilities as assigned by the head coach and/or Director of Athletics. Any candidate that is considered for the position must have their bachelor’s degree and be accepted into a graduate program at Missouri Baptist University before an offer can be officially extended. All candidates should be serious about wanting to coach football at the collegiate level. This position must pass a background check. Application Procedure Individuals wishing to apply should submit a cover letter, résumé, references and a statement of Christian faith to head coach Jason Burianek at

Football in the Fall: Some conflicting opinions out there on when football may be given the green light to start. President Trump, on a call with leadership of all of the major pro sports, said over the weekend that he is hopeful football can start, on-time, in the Fall with fans in their seats. More here on what the President said. California’s governor doesn’t see this happening.

Mansfield (Sprint - PA): Mansfield University seeks an offensive line coach. Candidate will have previous offensive line coaching and recruiting ability. Compensation is $3000 plus a room in a luxury dorm. Length of contract will be from August 15, 2022 November 15, 2020. Interested candidates contact head coach John Evans at

FootballScoop Online Clinic 2020: Catch up on all of the content from the FootballScoop Online Clinic here.

NFL and College Head Coaching Changes: Keep track of all the head coaching changes from NFL to FBS to NAIA via this page.