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The Scoop - Tuesday November 3, 2020

Tuesday November 3, 2020


Longtime Northwestern equipment manager Bill Jarvis, who was with the program for 35 years, has sadly passed. Please join us in praying for his family.

Tommy Tuberville: Tubs is projected by the AP to win a US Senate seat from the great state of Alabama.

Denver Broncos: Broncos general manager John Elway and CEO Joe Ellis have tested positive for COVID-19 and are in quarantine, tweets Ian Rapoport.

Wisconsin vs. Purdue: As cases continue to pop up for the Badgers, the school has decided to cancel this game scheduled for this weekend.

San Jose State: A successful California high school coach is joining the staff as director of player personnel. Details here.

Oregon: There is a new home for the largest video board in college football.

Stetson (FCS - FL): Per source, linebackers coach Steve Davis has been promoted to defensive coordinator following the departure of Brian Young to Georgia Southern.

Georgia Southern: Source tells FootballScoop that Stetson (FCS - FL) defensive coordinator Brian Young has joined the staff as a defensive analyst.

Austin Peay (FCS - TN): Josh Cochran, who had been working in an off-the-field capacity at North Carolina with the offensive line, is joining the staff as co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach, Pete Thamel tweets. Cochran previously worked with Scotty Walden at East Texas Baptist (D-III). Earlier this morning we shared news on the first hire for that side of the ball. Walden also has his defensive coordinator lined up.

Michigan: Yesterday, the Wolverines announced that they're down an assistant coach.

Austin Peay: Scotty Walden has his first hire on the offensive side of the ball source tells FootballScoop.

Florida: Dan Mullen incited a brawl on Saturday. Details here.

Ole Miss: Lane Kiffin and the Rebels had quite a scare at practice yesterday after a player was airlifted to a Memphis hospital. Prayers were offered nationwide, and then....great news came.

Coaching decisions:Best & Worst coaching decisions of the weekend - via EdjVarsity.

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