The Scoop – Wednesday April 24, 2019

Wednesday April 24, 2019

#StaffTracker: A one stop page where you can keep track of how the new head coaches are filling their staffs. NFL – FBS – FCS – D-II


Jimbo Fisher: Scott Woodward has crossed the Texas-Louisiana border, but Jimbo Fisher, whose Texas A&M contract carries no buyout, says he has no plans on following his old LSU buddy out the door.

Colorado School of Mines (D-II): Colorado School of Mines seeks applicants for a wide receivers assistant coach. This is an entry level position, similar to a GA position. WR playing or coaching experience at the college level and computer skills including HUDL, EXCEL, and POWERPOINT are required. Position requires the teaching of a minimum of two P.E. classes per semester. Position pays $12,000 plus a teaching stipend. No Benefits. All applicants should send resume and at least 3 references to [email protected].

Hawaii: The highest scoring game in football history is about to take place this weekend, thanks to some creativity from Nick Rolovich and his Hawaii staff.

Louisiana Tech: Louisiana Tech football is looking for an energetic, passionate, and creative person to be a paid recruiting intern. This position will help develop different types of media as well as assist with all on-campus visits and other operations in the recruiting department. Photoshop experience is highly encouraged. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Please send resume and 3 examples of creative media you have created to Joe Sloan at [email protected].

Ohio State: Associate head coach / defensive line coach Larry Johnson shares a statement regarding allegations that he paid a player while at Penn State.

Georgia: Per DawgNation, recruiting program coordinator Dacia King has been let go and director of on-campus recruiting Lukman Abdulai has been suspended without pay for 30-days.

East Central CC (MS): Drew Dunn, who has been a graduate assistant at South Alabama the past three seasons, has accepted the defensive backs job, per source. Prior to joining the South Alabama staff, Dunn served as an undergrad assistant at Ole Miss.

NCAA Rule Changes: Changes to overtime and targeting highlight the NCAA rule changes that will be new in 2019. Read more here.

Kenyon (D-III – OH): Kenyon College is looking to hire an offensive intern with experience coaching a skill position. This position will pay 10K over 10 months (housing and meals not included). Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Duties will include coaching your own position, recruiting your own territory, possible video and social media coordinator duties and all other duties assigned by the head coach. Expected start date is July 1. Interested candidates please apply via this link.

Brown (FCS): Penn State assistant recruiting coordinator Andrew Goodman has accepted the director of football operations job at Brown, per source.

SEC Game of Thrones: How the SEC’s hiring history is a lot like Game of Thrones…

Mary Hardin-Baylor (D-III – TX): UW-River Falls director of football operations Noah Wing has accepted the recruiting coordinator position.

Kenyon (D-III – OH): Kenyon College is looking to hire a defensive intern with experience coaching defensive backs. This position will pay 10K over 10 months (housing and meals not included). Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Duties will include coaching your own position, recruiting your own territory, possible video and social media coordinator duties and all other duties assigned by the head coach. Expected start date is July 1. Interested candidates please apply via this link.

Head coaching changes: See all of the 2018 NFL and College head coaching changes here – including a new interactive map.

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