Thursday June 28, 2018

Straight Cash, Homie: Texas and Texas A&M topped $210 million in total revenue in 2017, and a number of large schools are raking it in like never before.

Averett (D-III – VA): Averett University, a Division III member of the NCAA and USA South is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Graduate Assistant Operation/Academic/Quality Control. This position is a part-time coaching position open to those who are in the process of enrolling in a graduate degree program at Averett University or have recently been accepted to a graduate program at the University.  Enrollment in one of Averett University’s business or education graduate programs is a requirement of this position. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist head coach in organizing and conducting practices and contests in all aspects necessary in running a competitive Division III program; Assist in the recruitment of a diverse group of qualified student athletes for successful participation at the varsity athletic level; Advise and supervise team members, captains, Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) team representatives and team managers as directed; Demonstrate leadership, sportsmanship, and conduct becoming of the coaching profession adhering to all college and professional sport association guidelines; Adhere to all NCAA, USA South and sport rules and regulations; Serve as game administrator at intercollegiate contests as assigned by the department and/or assist in other assigned duties in support of the department and program. QUALIFICATIONS: ; Bachelor’s degree and successful coaching, playing, and/or teaching experience is required; Experience at the intercollegiate level is preferred; Valid driver’s license and a clear driving record required; Graduate Assistants must be in and remain in good academic standing while enrolled in an Averett University graduate program. Contact head coach Cleive Adams at [email protected].

Chris Petersen: The story of how Coach Pete got the UW job…is awesome.

WPI (D-III – MA): WPI, located in Worcester, Mass., is looking to hire an intern for the 2018-2019 year. The position runs from August 1 – April 30 (9 month position); the stipend is 1000$ per month plus free housing for that time period. Candidates will have a four year degree with college football experience (as player or coach) and preferably with ties to the northeast region. There is some flexibility with the position that will be coached and the recruiting area as well. The candidate will coach their own position, have their own recruiting territory, and have other duties as assigned by the Head Football Coach. We have filled one position and have another one that has recently opened. Applicants can apply online here. In addition, feel free to forward resume and cover letter to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

15 Most Important: After opening with Rod Smith at Illinois, Maryland offensive coordinator Matt Canada is next up in our series of the 15 most important assistant coaching hires of 2018.

St. Vincent College (D-III – PA): St. Vincent College, a D3 school in the PAC conference, has an immediate opening for a graduate assistant football coach. Playing and/or coaching experience and experience with recruiting is preferred. Applicants must be accepted into the graduate program. This position provides tuition and a $5000 stipend. Housing is a possibility. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, coaching a position, scouting reports, practice planning, film break down, player evaluation, recruiting, and assisting the head coach in general day to day football operations. Computer, Front rush, Visio and Hudl proficiency also preferred.Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected].

Oklahoma State: AD Mike Holder followed up his criticisms of Mike Gundy’s recruiting with some criticism of himself.

Kansas: Ole Miss associate AD for communications Kyle Campbell said the report that Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork is a candidate for the vacant KU AD gig is “not true” and a “bad rumor,” according to HottyToddy.com.

Texas A&M: Arkansas recruiting operations coordinator Danielle Braswell has accepted the on-campus recruiting coordinator job at Texas A&M.

The ROD Blocking System: The Rod Blocking System is the brainchild of Mitchell “Coach Rod” Rodrigue.  Eight years ago Coach Rod was looking for a better way to teach his players the fundamentals of “cut blocking.” He wanted  a system that would free coaching staff members from having to hold a single bag while working with one player at a time. He wanted a safe system that gave players the proper aiming points to execute legal blocks that would minimize injuries. And he wanted a durable mobile system that was easy to setup and use. These needs gave birth to The Rod Blocking System, THE ONLY BLOCKING SYSTEM OF ITS KIND. The Best Way Ever to Teach the Technique of Cut Blocking! 

Idaho: Idaho is currently accepting applications for Offensive and Defensive Quality Control positions. These positions are unpaid, but may be able to provide free housing through August. Position duties include: breakdown of opponent film, creation of installs/scouting reports, assistance with recruiting, managing offensive/defensive scout teams and any other duties assigned by the coaching staff. Preferred applicants will have collegiate playing and(or) HS/College coaching experience and experience with the following: Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, DVSport or similar program; and familiarity with JumpForward or similar programs. Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and references to Director of Football Operations, Steve Oliver at[email protected] with the Subject Line: “Quality Control Position” Please no phone calls.

9-INCHES Per Rush Attempt: X&O Labs’ brand-new special report features an in-depth examination of the University of St. Thomas’ NCAA record-breaking defense last year. X&O Labs spent a week in St. Paul, MN meeting with head coach Glenn Caruso and defensive coordinator Wallie Kuchinski to discover how the Tommie defense held opponents to 21 yards a game rushing last season. That’s 9-inches per rush. Turns out they did it by pressuring on 85% of downs. If you find that interesting—you’ll want to see their unique equation for making defensive calls. As one coach told us, “they are the only ones doing this.” To read this special report—go here.

Alderson Broaddus (D-II – WV): Alderson Broaddus (DII-WV) has an immediate opening for a defensive line coach. Compensation will be $16,000, a full meal plan on campus, and the option for health insurance. This is a 10 month position (Aug-May). Prior defensive line coaching or playing experience is required. Please send a cover letter and resume in the same document to [email protected]. No phone calls please.

Coach with the highest win percentage in CFB shares rationale behind turning down coaching opportunities at bigger programs

West Virginia Wesleyan (D-II): WVWC is looking for unpaid interns/quality control to fulfill a couple of roles within the football office. The candidate will primarily be responsible for assisting a member of the staff (1 offense/ 1 defense) with all aspects of their duties. You will also assist with recruiting duties which include: film breakdown , data entry, recruiting, equipment and other duties assigned. Meals will be provided, there is no guarantee of housing, and the position does not have a stipend. This is an internship opportunity for a recent graduate looking to gain valuable experience on a college staff. Looking for candidates to start in mid-July.  To apply, please no calls, send a resume and cover letter to: [email protected].

Southern Arkansas (D-II): Southern Arkansas University has 2- defensive graduate assistant positions open at this time, a defensive back position and a linebacker position. Must be accepted into graduate school. Southern Arkansas is a Division II member of the Great American Conference. Position has a tuition waiver and pays $1,000 a month. No housing at this time. Email resumes to [email protected] OR [email protected] Position starts July 23.

Concordia University St. Paul (CSP) (D-II – MN): CSP is seeking an assistant coach (defensive backs). Compensation includes a $10,000 stipend. Benefits, tuition and room and board not included. Bachelor’s degree and admittance to CSP graduate program is required. For more information and to apply through CSP’s applicant tracking system, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/concordia/jobs/2124423/assistant-football-coach

Mount St. Joseph University (D-III – OH): Mount St. Joseph is seeking candidates for a VOLUNTEER assistant football coach position working with Offense. Coaching or college playing experience required. Again, this is an UNPAID positon with no additional benefits. Preference will be given to local candidates. Position is ideal for candidates looking to get into college coaching, recruiting, and operations. If interested, please email resume to Head Coach Tyler Hopperton at [email protected] . No phone calls please.

The Baylor saga continues…

Grass isn’t always greener: Coach with the highest winning percentage in college football opens up about why he turned down bigger programs

Concordia University St. Paul (CSP) (D-II – MN): CSP is seeking a defensive graduate assistant coach.  Compensation includes a $5,000 stipend and tuition. Benefits and room and board not included. Bachelor’s degree and admittance to CSP graduate program is required. For more information and to apply through CSP’s applicant tracking system, please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/concordia/jobs/2127024/graduate-assistant-football-coach

Alfred State (D-III – NY): Alfred State College is seeking applicants for an intern coaching position on defense. Preferred candidates will have prior experience playing, and/or coaching defensive line. Candidates will be responsible for coaching their own position group, on the road recruiting, film editing/breakdown (HUDL), as well as other duties assigned by the head football coach. A Bachelor’s degree and valid driver’s license is required. This position comes with an $11,000 stipend over the course of nine months, and a tuition waiver for one graduate class per semester (including winter and summer terms), at any State University of New York institution (preferably online classes). A limited number of meals are provided, as well as access to very affordable housing. To apply, e-mail a cover letter, resume, and three references to head coach, Scott Linn, at [email protected]. No phone calls please.

Greensboro College (D-III – NC): Greensboro is looking for a full-time assistant to coach the offensive line.  The position is an intern position that includes a small stipend, housing and meals and is a 10 month position. Applicant will be required to coach their own position, have their own recruiting area, and perform all other duties assigned by the head coach. College playing experience preferred.  Position is geared towards recent college graduates.  Interested applicants should email resume to [email protected].

Mansfield (Sprint – PA): Mansfield University of Pennsylvania Sprint Football seeks seasonal position coaches. Contract would be August 5-November 5. Compensation will be $3000 plus housing in a new luxury dorm. Please send resumes ASAP to John Evans, Head Coach at [email protected].

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