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The Scoop - Tuesday July 28, 2020

Tuesday July 28, 2020


Oklahoma: For the sixth consecutive year, Oklahoma is handing Lincoln Riley more money and more security than he had before. Details here.

ACC: League presidents are not expected to make a decision tomorrow on league scheduling format and may wait another week or until the next NCAA Board of Governors meeting, Brett McMurphy tweets.

USA South (D-III): The USA South Conference is postponing all fall competition to the spring. The league has eight football-playing members: Huntingdon, Brevard, Averett, North Carolina Wesleyan, Methodist, Maryville (Tenn.), LaGrange and Greensboro.

Scheduling: As most teams are canceling or postponing games, Big 12 schools are adding games and moving them up. On the disorganized nature in which college football does business.

Lincoln (CA): Lincoln University, is looking for an offensive coordinator for start up football program for the fall 2021 football season. Please send resumes to No phone calls, please.

Baldwin Wallace (D-III - OH): Clayton Stanton, who recently wrapped up his playing career with the program, has joined the staff as assistant offensive line coach.

Georgia: Kirby Smart lends his voice to a message for UGA fans and all of college football.

New Jersey Athletic Conference (D-III): The NJAC has announced the decision to suspend all fall sport contests and league championships during the fall 2020 semester. The league consists of William Paterson, The College of New Jersey, Stockton, Rowan, Ramapo, Montclair State, Kean, Christopher Newport, Salisbury and Wesley.

Ohio State: Buckeye season ticket holders have been told that 2020 attendance will be capped at 20% of capacity, face coverings will be required, and tailgating will not be allowed.

Navarro (JC - TX): Navarro JC has an immediate opening for a defensive intern, working closely with the defensive coordinator. The position includes housing and meals NO stipend. Candidates must have skills and a desire to work with computers, video, Hudl and Visio. Contact Todd Ivicic at

NCAA: The NCAA has issued a waiver for all FBS programs to reschedule games as early as August 29th (week 0), according to multiple reports.

American Rivers Conference (D-III): The American Rivers Conference will move forward with a conference-only schedule this fall. "Schedules will be announced as soon as the revised drafts pass through the conference’s governance groups," the conference announced. "The Presidents Council and conference leadership will continue to monitor public health in the region and will adjust the schedules accordingly." The league consists of Buena Vista, Central, Coe, Dubuque, Loras, Luther, Nebraska Wesleyan, Simpson and Wartbug.

Youngstown State (FCS - OH): Former defensive coordinator Carl Pelini has a new job, but he's not leaving Youngstown. More here.

West Virginia: On defense, the Mountaineers will be going with a coordinator by committee approach this fall. Read more here.

Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (D-III): The WIAC has decided to cancel the conference season and championship for football for the 2020-21 academic year. The WIAC includes UW-Whitewater, UW-Oshkosh, UW-La Crosse, UW-Platteville, UW-Stout, UW-Stevens Point, UW Eau Claire and UW-River Falls.

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Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (D-II): The RMAC has voted to delay the start of fall sports practice until August 24th and the first date of competition to September 18th. The RMAC includes Colorado School of Mines, CSU-Pueblo, Dixie State, Colorado Mesa, Chadron State, Western, Adams State, Fort Lewis, Black Hills State, South Dakota Mines and New Mexico Highlands.

FootballScoop Online Clinic 2020: Catch all 100 videos from the FootballScoop Online Clinic here.

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