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The Scoop - Monday October 4, 2021

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James Hess, a staple in the Texas coaching community who served as the head coach at Angelo State, Stephen F Austin and New Mexico State, passed over the weekend. Please join us in praying for his family.

Please join us in praying for the family of coach Bill Russo, the winngest coach in Lafayette College (FCS - PA) history, who passed away over the weekend at age 74. Russo also previously coached at Brown and Wagner. 

Joe Moorhead: The Oregon OC is still in the Bay Area after reportedly undergoing surgery.

Lane Kiffin: Lane told the CBS audience pre-game to get their popcorn ready. Down 28-0 at halftime, the Ole Miss head coach told his offensive coordinator, "It looks like we didn't plug the microwave in."

Harbaugh vs. Fangio: Did John Harbaugh and the Ravens break an unwritten rule of football in their win yesterday, or are Vic Fangio and the Broncos just being salty? Here's what happened. You decide.

Urban Meyer: After trending on Twitter over the weekend for a video that went viral, Urban has apologized to the Jaguars.

Missouri: After getting blown out by Tennessee on Saturday, Eli Drinkwitz decided a change was needed and relieved Jethro Franklin of his duties.

Podcast: Scott and Zach talk through all the major developments from an entertaining college football weekend.

Sunday Superlatives: Cincinnati, Kentucky and Tennessee take home this week's honors.

Cincinnati: The Bearcats celebrated their massive win over Notre Dame by digging into the archives to burn their former head coach.

Missouri: Eliak Drinkwitz says it's not time to point fingers after giving up 62 to Tennessee.

Lane Kiffin: It was not a good day for Ole Miss's head coach.

David Shaw: Stanford upset No. 3 Oregon, but Shaw was not happy with the Pac-12 officiating

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