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The Scoop - Tuesday September 14, 2021

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Please join us in keeping LSU running backs coach Kevin Faulk and his family in your prayers. Faulk's daughter, Kevione, died Monday morning. "We are heartbroken with the passing of Kevione Faulk, and our thoughts and prayers are with the Faulk family and all of those who love Kevione," the team said in a statement. "She was part of the LSU Family, and we mourn the loss of a daughter, a sister, a friend, a classmate and a colleague. We ask that all Tigers keep the Faulks in their prayers and respect their privacy at this difficult time."

USC: Adam Schefter tweeted an NFL candidate for the Trojans' head job. The timing on this one could be tough

Bear crawls: A high school coach has apologized after making his players do bear crawls on hot turf.

USC: The FootballScoop staff shares insight into the USC candidates on the latest FootballScoop Podcast

Georgia: Kirby Smart and Georgia have taken their facility to the next level with an $80 million addition and renovation to the football facility, including the new largest weight room in the country coming in at 24,000 square feet.

New Orleans Saints: Adam Schefter tweets that the Saints have had a "handful of offensive coaches" test positive for COVID, making their status for this weekend's game against the Panthers unknown.

Michigan: This past weekend Jim Harbaugh's squad toted the rock 56 times for 343 yards vs Washington. Listen to Harbaugh explain their "Beat Ohio" drill that he credits for instilling toughness in his players. 

USC: As USC begins their search for a new head coach to replace Clay Helton, here's an early look at the candidates for the Trojans job

Alcorn State (FCS - MS): With no training staff available, Alcorn State cancels practice with FBS showdown looming.

USC: Yesterday, USC made the decision to move on from Clay Helton.

Toronto Argos (CFL): The Argos (3-2 on the season) are hiring Chris Jones as defensive coordinator. Jones is a high school head coach that is leaving his team (in-season) to take this job. That's something. 

Oklahoma State: Mike Gundy publicly challenges his offensive staff after the Cowboys have struggled to run the ball effectively through two games.

Navy: Yesterday, Ken Niumatalolo addressed the postgame firing of Ivin Jasper by AD Chet Gladchuk. Niumatalolo shares that Jasper, at Niumatalolo's request, has been reinstated but will coach the quarterbacks instead of serving as the team's offensive coordinator moving forward. Also, offensive assistant Billy Ray Stutzmann is leaving the staff. Offensive changes at Navy

Kevin Kelley: Video: A handful of clips illustrate the next-level offensive creativity of Kevin Kelley