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The Scoop - Monday September 28, 2020

Monday September 28, 2020


Houston-Memphis: This game, scheduled for Sept. 19, will now be played Dec. 5.

Coaching decisions: Week 3's Best & Worst coaching decisions - via EdjVarsity.

UT-Permian Basin (D-II - TX):UT Permian Basin is looking to fill an open date this spring on 2/20 and prefer a home contest. Contact head coach Justin Carrigan at

North Carolina: UNC has added a Dec. 11 game with Western Carolina. This replaces the lost game with Charlotte, scheduled for Sept. 19.

UW-Platteville (D-III - WI):University of Wisconsin-Platteville is looking for a game Week 1 or 4 for the 2021 season. Prefer week 1. Contact head coach Mike Emendorfer @

Florida State: Mike Norvell said he's feeling much better and plans to be back on the practice field tomorrow.

Jackson State (FCS - MS): Here's an update on Deion's new staff in Jackson, with a former NFL teammate set to come aboard.

College teams: Every college team, regardless of size, should adapt this idea from the Buccaneers. Help your players succeed.

Mississippi State: The Mike Leach bandwagon is now officially taking applications. That is outstanding. Well done, State.

Miami: With a bye week coming up, followed by games against #1 Clemson and #24 Pitt, Manny Diaz explains why an off week may be the toughest opponent programs face in 2020.

New York Jets: Last night the Jets lost to the Colts, and based on a report from earlier in the day Sunday, Adam Gase's job could come down to their Thursday Night Football game vs. the Broncos.

Washington & Jefferson (D-III - PA): Washington & Jefferson has an immediate opening for restricted earnings position. Defensive backs preferred position, but will consider any qualified coach. Compensation is $10K, free housing, and $100 per month food stipend. Email Defensive Coordinator Vince Luvara

Georgia State: GSU announced Sunday that its postponed game at Charlotte, scheduled for yesterday, was postponed not due to positive tests but human error. We explain here.

Mississippi State: Immediately after beating LSU over the weekend, Leach told his team this — “As good as you think this game was, we have to get better this week.

Saturday's games: Didn't get to see them all? We got you covered. Everything you need to know, broken down into tasty, bite sized #Nuggets.

Virginia Tech: In their first game of the post-Bud Foster era, Virginia Tech played without 23 players and five coaches, including defensive coordinator Justin Hamilton. 29-year-old cornerbacks coach Ryan Smith called the D in a 45-24 win.

New Coaching Changes Page: Keep track of all the 2020-21 NFL and College head coaching movement here.