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Winning Box Scores: We've studied every FBS box score through two weeks. The two biggest surprises so far? Syracuse and Duke.
South Dakota (FCS): Sources tell FootballScoop that South Dakota has decided to make a change at offensive coordinator.
Denver Broncos: The Broncos utterly botched the final minute of their loss to Seattle last night, and watching Peyton Manning process it in real time was some fantastic television.
Nebraska: We went in depth on yesterday's Podcast discussing candidates for the Nebraska head coaching position.
Northwestern: Jame Meussling has joined the program as assistant director of football operations. He previously held the same title at Western Kentucky.
West Virginia: WVU AD Shane Lyons is asking the fan base for patience.
Oakland City (Sprint - IN): Oakland City University is accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant position. Open to candidates on either side of the ball, looking for best fit. This is a 10-month appointment that will begin January. Compensation includes partial tuition, housing, meals, and a chance to get college coaching experience. The successful candidate will report to the Head Coach. Job Details: Academic monitoring, game planning, coaching your own position, recruitment of potential student-athletes, and other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree, relevant coaching or playing experience, and acceptance into the Master of Business or Master of Education programs. Applicants are encouraged to send a letter of application, resume and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington State: Jake Dickert points to a change in offensive philosophy with the new "Coug Raid" and new OC Eric Morris as big reason for their win in Madison.
Texas A&M: Is Jimbo Fisher going to give up play calling responsibilities?
SEC Shorts: This is too good not to share. Enjoy!
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