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The Scoop - Tuesday September 27, 2022

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CFB Playoff: After their meeting today in Chicago, Executive director Bill Hancock shares that details related to the expansion timeline are not done yet, and while they will meet tomorrow, he adds "We will not wrap up this week."

Anderson (D-II - SC): Anderson University, who plan to field a team for the 2024 season, has added Brett Hickman to the staff as a defensive assistant. Hickman previously served as run game coordinator / running backs / tight ends coach at Gardner Webb (FCS -  NC).

Lackawanna (JC - PA): Lackawanna College is looking for a game on 10/8 or 10/9. We are looking for a JV, JUCO, or Prep school opponent. We are willing to host or travel. We are able to travel within a 3 hour window of campus. Interested programs can contact reissb@lackawanna.edu.

Michigan State: Nathan Applebaum, who has spent the past year with the program as a recruiting assistant, is no longer with the program. He previously served in video operations and was an intern in recruiting operations at Florida.

Florida State: With his special teams off to a great start, John Papuchis explains why "special teams are a reflection of your culture."

Hurricane Ian: Here's our landing page for all scheduling updates and adjustments as Ian prepares to make landfall. Let us know if we're missing your game. 

Houston: Dana Holgorsen apologizes for post game comment he made after frustrating 34-27 win over Rice.

Oklahoma HS: Over the weekend, a courageous act from two senior ladies at a small Oklahoma HS ensured their classmates wouldn't have to forfeit.

Georgia Tech: Here's our look at likely candidates for open job at Georgia Tech, and our podcast discussing the job.

Clock rules: The NCAA is reportedly considering re-starting the clock after incompletions. Details here.


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