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The Scoop on What You Missed This Week

Thank God it's Saturday.

The Starting Five: Our five best stories of the week

- What does Mike Leach have in common with Paul Johnson, and what does Pullman, Wash., have in common with England? Find out in 10 Questions With: Mike Leach.

- New Oklahoma State is getting a major, major raise in moving from Division II Shippensburg to Oklahoma State. How does 700% sound?

- Speaking of salaries, who is college football's latest million-dollar coordinator?

- Jim Bernhardt spent a lifetime as a college and high school coach, but he's never been busier or had more responsibility than he does now as Bill O'Brien's right-hand man.

- How Cam Cameron's experiences at the intersection of a very interesting life shape the way he coaches to this day.

The Film Room: We're going to split this up into categories this week.

- Get inspired: Live Like Austin, Assumption College.

- Jon Gruden's QB Camp: Luke Joeckel, Landry Jones.

- Excellent hype videos: TCU, Texas A&M, Akron and San Diego.

- Mic'd up: Auburn offensive line coach J.B. Grimes, Texas Tech co-offensive coordinator Eric Morris, Ball State head coach Pete Lembo

The Best in Non-Coaching News: We at FootballScoop major in coaching news, but that doesn't mean we aren't aware of everything else happening in the college football world.

- You can officially make your weekend plans for the fall because the NFL regular-season schedule is now out.

- Speaking of schedules, the ACC has announced Notre Dame's five-game ACC slate for 2014-16.

- South Florida has announced home-and-home series with Maryland and Wisconsin.

- Big Ten presidents could approve a nine-game conference schedule for 2016 as early as next week.

- New uniforms are on the way at Connecticut and Southern Miss.

- Marshall has announced plans for a new indoor facility.

- Iowa has issued a proposal to build an $8 million sound, video upgrade at Kinnick Stadium.

- Finally, at the end of a really crummy week, here's a great gesture from UMass at Saturday's spring game.

Author: Zach Barnett
Zach Barnett is a native of Denton, Texas and a graduate of the University of Texas. He joined FootballScoop in 2012 after two years at the National Football Foundation. His hobbies include watching college football, reading about college football and writing about college football.