Mississippi State added two new alternate uniforms to the collection today.
The one with the white helmet will be worn for the Texas A&M game on November 3rd, and the one with the matte maroon helmet will be worn for the Egg Bowl against Ole Miss in the season finale (November 24).
The violation occurred while Bobo was escorting a recruit and his mother around campus. The three went to the NCAA Tennis Championships that were being held on the Georgia campus and did not pay the $8 admission fee. A member of the ticket office later reported the incident to the compliance office.
Under NCAA rules, recruits are normally allowed to receive complimentary admission to one regular season home event during an unofficial visit. With the event in question being the National Championship, that did not apply to Bobo's situation.
Pretty ridiculous to get banned from off campus recruiting for an entire month for a $16 admissions fee...but it should serve as a reminder to all of us to know, and understand, the NCAA rules and guidelines.
Quick FootballScoop insert on this one...and admittedly we don't know the rules here; but hey Mr. Ticket Office guy, how about next time you stop the coach and tell him the rule and ask for the $16...or maybe you call him after the fact, explain and then go collect the $16 rather than "reporting the incident to compliance". Just our opinion...
"We will do everything to defend this soil. It's that simple"
Early on in the season, it seems that Notre Dame (4-0) has started to turn a corner, and has the makings of a bigger, faster, and stronger team.
Credit director of strength and conditioning Paul Longo with those strides. Take a look at the video above to see what the Irish are doing during the summer with the strength staff down in South Bend.
As Longo stresses in the beginning of the video during a summer workout session, they're focused on defending their turf. "Everything that we do has got to show on this soil, on Saturday's, at home...You've got to rise to another level."
The Irish are off this weekend, and will take on Miami (FL) next Saturday. The rest of Notre Dame's schedule includes Stanford, BYU, Oklahoma, Pitt, Boston College, Wake Forest and Southern California.
Playboy has their list...FootballScoop has ours
Published: Wednesday, 26 September 2012 08:01
Yesterday, Playboy magazine released their "Top 10 Party Schools" list. Here's what they came up with:
One could spend hours debating the accuracy of such a list; but at FootballScoop we've got other things on our mind (ok yes, we did spend a few minutes remembering some good nights in our past...).
The FootballScoop Staff spent countless hours researching our own Top 10 list (i.e. we made a few phone calls)...and came up with, the "Football Coaches Top 10 Party Staffs" list.
Now, we're not talking night clubs, frat parties, body shots....no we're talking places you want to go to talk ball, watch some tape, grill some steaks and maybe enjoy a few of your favorite adult beverages. Without further adieu, we present the list:
West Virginia - You'll never forget your first time hearing Holgorsen explain his offense
South Carolina - Spurrier and his staff can tell some stories and are very hospitable
Michigan - Hoke, Borges and Mattison - that's going to be a fun trip
Washington State - Leach alone is worth the trip; but he's got some good ball coaches on his staff
Northwestern - A lot of coaches believe Fitz will go down as one of the best ever
Missouri - Great group of guys who can tell some stories...and teach you some things about coaching
North Carolina - Fun, smart group of coaches at UNC
Oklahoma State - Get Monken and Gundy going, kick your feet up, sit back, relax and enjoy the show
Ohio State - So much to learn from these guys technically. Find a seat between Vrabel & Fickell, trust us
Vanderbilt - A young, high energy staff who enjoys talkin football. Let Herb Hand handle dinner plans.
We really wanted to include Stanford on this list because David Shaw has a great group of coaches on his staff and they are a whole lot of fun to hang out with...but putting Stanford on a "Top 10 Party" list just inherently seemed so wrong.
With that said, there truly are a lot of other staffs that just as easily could have made this list. Don't throw garbage next time we see you. Feel free to leave a comment below about those that we missed, or hit us up on Twitter @FootballScoop.
"I thought it was a typo when I saw Chris Petersen's record"
Bob Davie and New Mexico welcome Boise to town on Saturday, and Davie noted that while he was looking over Chris Petersen's record since taking over the Boise State program, he first thought there was a typographical error.
"You know, I thought it was a typographical error when I was saw Chris Petersen's 75-7 record at Boise. Is that unbelievable? I mean 75-7...It's remarkable."
Davie explains that the Broncos are the model to follow.
"I'm not talking about off the field or how many people you get to the stadium or all of those things. I'm talking about how they have implemented their systems, stayed in their systems, recruited the kind of kids that they can coach hard, and develop consistency."
Davie notes that the Broncos lost 9 starters on defense last season, most of which went to NFL camps, and still return one of the top defenses in the country. Boise enters the game ranked in the top 25 nationally in pass efficiency defense, total defense, scoring defense, and pass defense.
Coach Davie also points out that the Broncos are the highest scoring team in the college football since 2000, averaging 42 points per game over that period.