The Scoop – Tuesday October 4, 2022

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Prairie View A&M (FCS): Athletic Director Dr. Donald Reed shares that he was forced to resign at Prairie View A&M three years into a five-year contract by the President of the University.

Winning Box Scores: Louisville won the box score, but they didn’t win the game against Boston College. It’s a bad, bad loss for Scott Satterfield at this stage in his tenure.

Ole Miss: Lane Kiffin asked Twitter for some creative video edits of their viral clip to help him “see Chris Partridge’s belly as often as possible.” Twitter’s creative fans responded big time with some absolute gems. Take a look…

Simpson (NAIA – CA): Simpson University, the school bringing NAIA football to California, has posted their head coaching position and is now accepting applicants. See this link (and search for football coach) for details.

Paul Chryst: Contractually Paul Chryst was due to collect approximately $20 million following his termination without cause; however the sides agreed to a significantly reduced sum; payable in the next five months.

FBS Head Coach Buyout Tracker: Take a look at what the fired head coaches of this year’s cycle are due in buyout money.

Badger State: Athletic director Chris McIntosh shared last night that the school and Paul Chryst agreed to a Settlement of his buyout that is “significantly less than the numbers that have been reported.” Our team discusses the opening on the FootballScoop Podcast.

Deion Sanders: Why Coach Prime is on a Crusade to help Rival coaches gain footing in college football

Badger State: Jim Leonhard now gets his shot to earn the job on a permanent basis. We discuss that possibility; and other options here.

Officiating: Conference admits significant errors during a rivalry game this past weekend and reprimands officials involved.

College Football’s Ultimate Program Guy: East Stroudsburg (D-II – PA) Offensive Coordinator Mike Terwillinger celebrated 500 games with the program on Saturday.

Colorado Candidates: Here’s a look at candidates for Colorado, a list that should start with Eric Bieniemy and Troy Calhoun. For the audio inclined, here’s our podcast discussing the search.

Yesterday’s Scoop can be found here. Additionally hit any of the images below to find a prior day’s scoop.


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