Friday March 2, 2018

Bowling Green: Head strength coach Billy Yates is leaving to become the assistant offensive line coach for the Detroit Lions, a source tells FootballScoop.

Arizona: The University of Arizona Football Strength and Conditioning Department is now accepting applications for Summer 2018 Volunteer Interns. There will be no monetary compensation for this position. Compensation will include gear, and recommendations for future career opportunities.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: assisting with the supervision and execution of the strength and conditioning program for the University of Arizona Football team and possibly other University Athletic Programs, set up and break down for daily training, routine maintenance and cleaning of the training facilities, and completion of the internship curriculum. Required qualifications include a strong work ethic, completion or current pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate degree in exercise science or a related course of study, and a desire to become a strength and conditioning professional in the collegiate or professional setting.  All applicants should have, or be working towards an accredited certification (CSCS or SCCC). Other preferred qualifications include previous coaching in a collegiate setting and/or personal involvement in a collegiate competitive sport. Applications will be taken until the positions are filled. All potential applicants are strongly advised to make sure this internship is economically feasible before applying. All interested candidates please email a cover letter, resume, and three references in a single PDF file with the subject header, “Arizona S&C Internship – Full Name,” to Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach Troy Williams at [email protected].

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