The Scoop – Monday September 19, 2022 – Footballscoop – Footballscoop

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Blake Anderson: Utah State head coach Blake Anderson shares the story of leaning on Christ when his son committed suicide. #MentalHealthMatters
Deion Sanders shares why his quarterback has full autonomy at the line of scrimmage 
Arizona State: Scott, John and Zach talk through the Arizona State job and candidates that make sense for the Sun Devils' impending search
South Carolina: Shane Beamer clears the air following criticism on social media after viral video of him shouting on the sidelines during loss to Georgia.
Hamilton College (D-III – NY): Hamilton College Football has an immediate opening for a part-time coach. It would be preferable for the coach to have an offensive background. The position would be for 24 hours a week at approximately $15.00/hour. If interested please email Coach Dave Murray at
Ball tonight: Titans at the Bills (7:15et – ESPN) and Vikings at Philly (8:30et- ABC). Let's go!
Colorado: Athletic director Rick George released a statement last night regarding Colorado's dreadful start.
Arizona State: Following a loss to Eastern Michigan, ASU decided to part ways with Herm Edwards. Remember this moment from Herm's first day on campus?
Nebraska: The Huskers have reportedly parted ways with defensive coordinator Erik Chinander following their loss to Oklahoma.
The Weekend Rewind Podcast: A weekend that wasn't expected to captivate instead did just that, with Deion Sanders furious at his Jackson State team, Alcorn making history and Georgia hunkering down. Here is our weekend rewind.
#Nuggets: The best recap of the weekend of college football is live every Sunday. Check out the most recent #Nuggets here.
Friday's Scoop can be found here. Additionally hit any of the images below to find a prior day's scoop. 
Doug has been with FootballScoop for over a decade and currently serves as Director of Content. A former small college football player and college assistant, Samuels now serves as the head coach at Comstock Park HS (MI). He’s married with two kids and lives just south of Grand Rapids in Byron Center, MI.


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