Skip to main content

The Scoop - Tuesday November 3, 2020

Tuesday November 3, 2020

AFS20_OkToWow

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.