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The Scoop - Monday September 20, 2021


Podcast: The FootballScoop - Week 3 pod is up! Quick recap thoughts on all of the biggest games this past weekend. 

American Athletic Conference: The AAC has announced an extension for commissioner Mike Aresco through June 2025. 

UConn: UConn coaches have been informed they will not return next year and have been given 6-month severance packages, according to a report.

Winning Box Scores: Our scan of all FBS box scores through Week 3.

South Carolina: After their loss to Georgia, Shane Beamer had little patience for silly questions about why they struggled to move the ball.

SMU: Sonny Dykes on dramatic finish: You have to try to manage every single second...

SEC: How often do you see the SEC admit a key blown call in a game a conference team loses?

High School Roundup: Marshawn Lynch crashes a high school practice, Derrick Henry rushing record falls to an inspiring young player, a state record field goal sails through the uprights, and an assistant pops the question after a homecoming win. Here's the High School Roundup.

Pitt: After his team's loss Saturday, Pat Narduzzi said, "MAC officials....called things I've never seen

Warner (NAIA - FL): Warner University is looking for games for 2022 and 2023. Our open dates for 2022: August 27, September 3, September 17, November 12. Would prefer a home and home, however, will consider other options. Prefer NAIA or NCAA III programs. Interested program can contact Kirk Talley at

Ohio State: Ryan Day evaluates Ohio State's defense following staff shakeup

Sunday superlatives: Fresno State, Ole Miss and Minnesota receive accolades

Kevin Kelley: Coach Kelley's squad earned accolades following their first two wins. Saturday, they met a different level of competition

High school: Prep power Bishop Gorman was winning 24-7 with 90 seconds to play. They lost. This happened... 

Whittier (D-III - CA): Kevin Claxton is coaching the linebackers at Whittier. Claxton won two Big Ten titles as a player at Wisconsin, and then worked for the Badgers in both quality control and graduate assistant roles. He also previously coached at the high school level in South Florida.