The Scoop – Tuesday January 16, 2018

Tuesday January 16, 2018

Faulkner (NAIA – AL): Source tells FootballScoop former long-time Troy assistant Shayne Wasden is expected to be the new head coach at Faulkner. Wasden served as Larry Blakeney’s associate head coach at Troy and continued to assist Neal Brown’s staff thereafter.

Montreal Alouettes (CFL): After four seasons leading the Concordia Stingers in Canada head coach Mickey Donovan is leaving to become the special teams coordinator for the Alouettes.

Aurora (D-III – IL): Aurora is no longer accepting applicants for their offensive line job. Thank you for the overwhelming interest in the job.

“Just be ready, because you will get your chance.”

Tennessee Martin (FCS): UT Martin is no longer accepting applications for the grad assistant position. We thank you all for your interest.

CoachComm: The X-System was specifically designed to meet the ultra-complex needs of a new generation of football teams. Most teams compete in incredibly challenging wireless environments while simultaneously requiring larger numbers of users. CoachComm created a new, groundbreaking wireless technology just for the X-System, one that will quickly set a new standard of audio performance and system expandability. With the X-System, teams can now deploy an incredible number of communications tools to connect not only coaches, but also managers, trainers, and other support personnel. The result is a more dynamic and efficient team approach to game day communications.

Prairie View A&M (FCS – TX): Former Arkansas Pine Bluff offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Ted White will be the new offensive coordinator at PVAMU source tells FootballScoop.

Alabama: Barrett Sallee reports that Hugh Freeze’s interest in joining Nick Saban’s staff is “not necessarily exclusive to the offensive coordinator position.” Last night (scroll down), a report surfaced that Freeze was visiting the Alabama facilities.

UCF: Per source, Maryland offensive line graduate assistant Micah James has left for the same role at UCF.

Alabama: Aaron Suttles, who covers Alabama football for the Tuscaloosa News, noted on the Cube Show this morning, “I think we will see co-defensive coordinators at Alabama this fall.”

Lane College (D-II – TN): Jacoby Jones, a nine year veteran wide receiver of the NFL, has joined the staff, per source.

Reedley (JC – CA): Reedley College has an immediate opening on staff for DB or WR coach. Must have a AA or BA and the required years of experience.  An masters in physical education or kinesiology is ideal. This is a stipend position (6-12k depending on experience) with no additional benefits. Housing may be a possibility. Please send resumes to Defensive Coordinator Teran Mawhinney at [email protected].

Methodist (D-III – NC): Methodist University is accepting applications for this Full-Time Defensive Backs position at this NCAA III institution and proud member of the USA South Athletic Conference. Responsibilities include coaching a position and assisting the head coach in all aspects of organizing, developing and implementing best practices for our football program in accordance with NCAA III and Methodist University guidelines, regulations and philosophies. Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred….successful coaching experience required with demonstrated experience in the recruitment of student/athletes at the NCAA III level. Application will require letter of application, resume and contact information on three professional references. Please apply via this link and send a copy of your resume and references to Head Football Coach Keven Williams at [email protected]. Methodist University in harmony with its tradition takes seriously the ethical and moral development of students…Methodist University reserves the right to authenticate academic and professional credentials and consult public records prior to extending offers of employment. AA/EOE

Independence CC (JC – KS): Independence Community College  is looking for an assistant Offensive Line/TE coach and assistant Defensive Line/DE’s coach.  These are unpaid positions with no salary, but does include free housing and meals along with a great opportunity. The ideal candidates are someone who played College football, preferably Junior College and someone who is single and looking to get his foot in the College game. The position includes your own recruiting area and position room. Other responsibilities will be DVSPORT/Hudl film breakdown, attending offseason workouts, and coaching duties assigned by the Offensive coordinator and head coach.  Interested candidates please send resume to Offensive Line Coach Kiyoshi Harris at [email protected].


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