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The Scoop - Thursday October 7, 2021

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Bizarro Bowl: A preview of UConn-UMass, where both teams look to end double-digit losing streaks.

Mack Brown: Step inside the new office of Mack Brown at UNC.

#Nuggets: The Big Ten prepares for its biggest game not involving Michigan or Ohio State in 50 years, the stat that will decide Red River, and the stakes for two dozen other games this weekend.

Games on Tonight: Thursday Night Football will feature the Rams vs. Seahawks at 8:20pm EST as well as Houston at Tulane (7:30pm EST on ESPN) and Coastal Carolina at Arkansas State (7:30pm EST on ESPNU).

Brandon Staley: Your run game is important, but Staley explains why it's not for the reason you probably think.

Deion Sanders: He's only been in college football for a year but Deion knows recruiting has changed forever.

Temple: Texas senior associate athletic director Arthur Johnson has been named the school's new athletic director.

Lane Kiffin: Just about halfway through the season, Lane Kiffin believes Arkansas defensive coordinator Barry Odom is the most deserving candidate of the Broyles Award.

Oklahoma: OU worked hard to get Casey Thompson to flip from Texas. But an honest answer from Lincoln Riley prevented that from happening.

Arkansas: Sam Pittman explains why he's going with his gut feeling over analytics.

Urban Meyer: Once again at the podium to face the music, Urban gets asked if he's thought about resigning over the last few days, and answers for his decisions leading up to the infamous viral video.

Northern Colorado (FCS): Offensive coordinator Max McCaffrey was reprimanded for hitting an opposing fan with a broken clipboard during Saturday's game. Yeah, this is a weird one.

2021-22 Head Coaching Change Page: Keep track of all the NFL and college head coaching movement via this tracking page.