|Tuesday January 7, 2014||presented by:|
Please join us in congratulating Jason Grooms (Ohio), Tony Sales (Duke), and Dan Van De Riet (Oregon State) as the finalists for the Director of Football Operations of the Year
Western Michigan: WMU is looking to hire a video coordinator. If interested, send materials ASAP to DFO Anthony Crespino at [email protected].
Louisville: Western Kentucky DFO Andy Wagner is following Bobby Petrino to Louisville.
|Wednesday January 8, 2014||presented by:|
Eastern Michigan: Head coach Chris Creighton has retained DFO Jacob Kirkendall as part of his new staff.
AFCA - DFO Agenda: The full agenda for the 2014 Football Operations meetings at the AFCA Convention is now available.
|Tuesday January 7, 2014||presented by:|
North Dakota State: NDSU is seeking applicants for a video grad assistant / video coordinator. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s Degree required. Previous experience with football video editing required. Experience with XOS Thunder/Lighting film editing program and DragonFly film delivery program preferred. Job Description: The incumbent will be responsible for filming and editing practice and games; coordinating what is filmed at each practice and game; and editing practice and games on XOS THUNDER and capturing tape onto those computers after each practice and game. Also, the incumbent will manage up to six filmers. Trading tape with opponents using Dragonfly, exchanging tape with opponents before each game week and on Saturday night with upcoming opponents and then editing and breaking down opponent tape after acquiring it.Assisting in recruiting when needed in video, official visits, game day and signing day. The incumbent would also produce recruiting highlight DVDs and DVDs for professional scouts. Weekend and evening work may be required. Travel with the football team is required. Compensation: Graduate school tuition waiver and a stipend of $12,000 for 12 months. This is a non-benefited position. Application Process: Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and three references to DFO Brian Gordon at [email protected]. Position is open until filled.
|Monday January 6, 2014||presented by:|
Texas: Louisville director of football operations Clifford Snow is expected to join Charlie Strong at Texas per a report out of Austin from Bobby Burton. Sources tell us this is accurate.
Houston: Assistant athletic director for football ops Chris Pezman has accepted a position as the associate AD for event management at Cal.
|Thursday December 26, 2013||presented by:|
James Madison: Sources tell us that Ohio State intern John "Stretch" Streicher is heading to JMU with Everett Withers as DFO.
|Thursday December 19, 2013||presented by:|
UConn: Despite an earlier report indicating he would remain on the staff, we understand Tim Pendergast will not return. A former head coach at Cornell and Hamilton College, Pendergast would be an asset to a number of staffs out there.
|Wednesday December 18, 2013||presented by:|
Washington: Sources tell us that Chris Petersen is trying to bring Mike McHugh on board to serve as his DFO. McHugh spent last season as the DFO at Fresno State, and has also served in the same capacity at Cal (10 seasons) and Oregon. This would mark his third stop in the Pac-12. Update> We understand that McHugh has accepted.
|Tuesday October 8, 2013||presented by:|
Iowa State: Markus Alleyne has rejoined the staff as assistant athletic director for football operations. Alleyne previously served on the operations staff but had accepted a position with the Fiesta Bowl earlier this year. There are no further openings on the staff at this time.
Langston (NAIA - OK): Langston University is seeking a full-time compliance coordinator. The selected applicant will be head of compliance and have one assistant. NCAA Division II experience is required, as well as a basic knowledge of NAIA compliance rules and regulations. The position is currently open and Langston is looking to fill the spot immediately. Please send resumes to Sports Information Director Daniel Garrett at [email protected]