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The Scoop - Tuesday September 21, 2021

CoachComm 9-21-2021

Miami: Manny Diaz is reportedly on shaky ground at Miami

Deion Sanders: With rival Alcorn State not having a full-time trainer available, Coach Prime has offered to step up and help....if asked

Mike DeBord: Mike DeBord has suffered a significant stroke and could use all of our prayers. Please keep DeBo in your prayers.

Superdome: The roof of the dome in New Orleans caught fire today

Greg Schiano: Contrary to popular belief, crowd noise isn't the most pressing concern for teams playing on the road, according to Greg Schiano.

Idaho: The Vandals have shuffled their offensive staff, including a promotion of former Idaho quarterback Brian Reader to offensive coordinator.

Western Michigan: WMU head coach Tim Lester has tested positive for covid. "Thankfully, due to being fully vaccinated, I am feeling ok. Our program has practiced, and will continue to practice athletic department safety guidelines and protocols," he said. Lester will miss this Saturday's game against San Jose State. 

Scoop Roundup Week 3: One of college football's best weekends in a long time featured a little bit of everything - and might have showcased a touch more parity in the game.

South Carolina: After their loss to Georgia, Shane Beamer had little patience for silly questions about why they struggled to move the ball.

UConn: UConn coaches have been informed they will not return next year and have been given 6-month severance packages, according to a report.

Winning Box Scores: Our scan of all FBS box scores through Week 3.

SMU: Sonny Dykes on dramatic finish: You have to try to manage every single second...

High School Roundup: Marshawn Lynch crashes a high school practice, Derrick Henry rushing record falls to an inspiring young player, a state record field goal sails through the uprights, and an assistant pops the question after a homecoming win. Here's the High School Roundup.

2021-22 Head Coaching Changes: Keep track of all the head coaching movement from NFL to NAIA via our annual Head Coaching Changes tracker page via this link.