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The Scoop - Sunday November 22, 2020

Sunday November 22, 2020


Apple Cup: The PAC-12 has formally announced that The Apple Cup rivalry game between Washington and Washington State will not be played. Update: Washington is reportedly trying to schedule a game with BYU, but it's complicated.

Dabo Swinney: The ACC says the Clemson vs. Florida State was cancelled due to COVID reasons. Dabo has very different take on why the game was actually called off.

Tracker of Postponed / Canceled Games: The count for games that have been called off is currently at two...and that includes one significant rivalry game.

San Diego State-Fresno State: This game, scheduled for Friday, has been canceled due to contact tracing at Fresno State.

College Football Playoff: As expected, the CFP is not expanding its field for the 2020 season.

Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons have compiled a list of GM candidates that includes former Texans GM Rick Smith, Bears assistant director of personnel Champ Kelly, Rams director of college scouting Brad Holmes and former Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie, according to ESPN. The report adds that they are in the early stages of the process and other names are being considered as well.

#Nuggets: Ohio State remains unbeaten but is quite beatable, Rutgers nearly beats Michigan and we crown Coastal Carolina. Dig in.

Tennessee: Jeremy Pruitt said it's not his job to evaluate the direction of the program as the Vols have dropped five straight by 10-plus points for the first time ever.

Illinois: Illinois embarrassed Nebraska with an 18-point win and a nifty fake punt.

Northwestern: Pat Fitzgerald credited a certain ESPN personality with the 'Cats biggest win over a Top 10 team in 61 years.

Read of the week: Mike Denbrock's Code R.E.D. approach has Cincinnati roaring.