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The Scoop - Tuesday October 6, 2020

Tuesday October 6, 2020

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LSU / Missouri: This weekend's game, scheduled to be played in Baton Rouge, is expected to be moved to Missouri The Advocate is reporting. Hurricane Delta currently appears headed right for Baton Rouge, Saturday. Really. 2020.

Name, Image and Likeness: While the NCAA drags its feet, the NAIA formally passed NIL legislation today.

Houston Texans: With Bill O'Brien out, a look at the possibilities for the Texans' next head coach.

William & Mary (FCS - VA): Athletic director Samantha Huge is resigning, according to multiple reports.

Oklahoma Panhandle State (NAIA): Oklahoma Panhandle State is no longer accepting resumes for our offensive line job. Thank you for the overwhelming response.

Texas: A while back it was announced UT football coaches would be taking pay cuts related to the pandemic. Turns out, UT plans to pay them their full contractually obligated amounts.

Atlanta Falcons: "No indication at this time" that the Falcons will fire Dan Quinn today, tweets Jeff Schultz of The Athletic.

Houston Texans: Asked about the job opening in Houston, Dabo Swinney said this, via The Athletic: "That is not even anything that I want to even have to even think about."

Texas: The problems with Texas, as identified by Urban Meyer.

John Chavis: From veteran SEC defensive coordinator to having fun as a middle school assistant.

Missouri vs. LSU: Power Mizzou tweets that there are "ongoing discussions about potentially moving the game to Columbia" due to tropical storm concerns. LSU Athletics just released a statement sharing that "at this time, it is too early to make a determination."

Dallas Cowboys: Owner Jerry Jones shared on 105.3 The Fan this morning that they have not considered a change at defensive coordinator and that he is confident that defensive coordinator Mike Nolan can get things turned around. The Cowboys have surrendered at least 38 points in three straight games for the first time since the club's inaugural season of 1960.

Chris Klenakis: Source tells FootballScoop Chris Klenakis has found his next opportunity.

Spring ball?: Two conferences have now canceled plans for their Spring seasons.

Lane Kiffin: With the Tide coming to Oxford this weekend, Lane Kiffin simply had to have some fun at Nick Saban’s expense today. Come Saturday, roles might be reversed.

Southern Arkansas (D-II): Head coach Bill Keopple has announced his retirement after 11 seasons. Keopple established himself as the winningest coach in school history. Offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Mike McCarty has been named the interim head coach.

Houston Texans: The Texans became the first NFL team to make a head coaching change yesterday, firing Bill O’Brien.

Arizona: Head coach Kevin Sumlin has tested positive for Covid 19.

Detroit Lions: Our update from yesterday on Matt Patricia and the Lions.

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