The Scoop – Friday June 22, 2018

Friday June 22, 2018

Free advice from your local quarterback: There are things in life more important than what you do

Oklahoma State: Oklahoma State regents have approved a 3-year contract extension for AD Mike Holder, paying him $950,000 annually through 2021.

South Florida: There is a groundswell of support for former Louisville AD Tom Jurich to take over USF’s athletics department, reports Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times.

Arkansas: More than six months after his hiring, Arkansas has finalized Chad Morris’s contract. Details here.

Mike Leach is still, for some reason, talking about his Twitter controversy from earlier this week.

Lawrence (D-III – WI): Lawrence University is seeking applicants for a full-time defensive coordinator position. Job responsibilities include: Coordinate the defense and coach a position group, assist the head football coach with all duties of successfully operating our football program, including but not limited to recruiting student-athletes, assisting with training sessions/game preparation/game-day coaching, monitoring the student-athletes academically and managing game day responsibilities. Also, as a member of the athletics department this person will have additional responsibilities assigned by the athletics director. Must have bachelor’s degree and minimum of 3 years coaching experience. Lawrence is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff and the viewpoints and approaches that a diverse community represents. We strongly encourage candidates who can contribute to diversity at Lawrence to apply. Interested candidates can apply via this link. No phone calls please.

North Greenville (D-II – NC): North Greenville University is immediately accepting applications as offensive graduate assistant for Tight Ends. Applicants will be responsible for managing their own recruiting area and will be responsible for coaching and managing their own position, including meetings. Job responsibilities include but are not limited to, film breakdown, data entry, assisting with special teams, recruiting, assisting with game preparation and other duties assigned by the head coach. Offensive playing or coaching experience with OL or WR’s is preferred. Needs to be efficient in Hudl, Xos, Excel, Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Power Point, and Photoshop. Position will include tuition waiver & meals. Bachelor’s degree and admission into North Greenville University graduate program is required. NGU is affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention and all employees are required to have a personal relationship with Christ and lead and exemplary moral life, and be able to mentor students in their personal spiritual journey. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply ASAP by emailing resume & cover letter to Head Coach Jeff Farrington at [email protected] No calls please.

FAU: Lane Kiffin has finally signed that 10-year contract. Read more here.

Kiev Hammers (Ukraine): The Kiev Hammerers, an international American football club, is searching for a Head Coach/Director of Football Operations.  Full time, year round position that includes housing, international flights, health insurance, transportation, and a full stipend.   The candidate must have prior head coaching experience, flexibility working with High School age groups.   Candidates will be responsible for building the foundation for overall football development, strength and conditioning program, coordinating in season and off season plans, daily practice plans, assisting the coaching staff development, and create a positive and competitive atmosphere for the growth of American Football.  The successful candidate should possess solid organizational, interpersonal and leadership skills, knowledge of the game, and have the ability to adapt to an international experience.  Please email a cover letter, resume, and references to coach Chris Calaycay at [email protected].

Scott Frost: The leader of the Huskers offers up some social media advice and shares the type of social media behavior that will get you dropped from recruiting boards.

 

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