The Scoop – Friday July 22, 2016

Friday July 22, 2016

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Former Vikings and Cardinals coach Dennis Green has passed away at age 67. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers.

Mississippi State: Former Davidson (FCS – NC) quarterbacks coach Jarrail Jackson is joining the Mississippi State recruiting office, per SI.

Michigan State: The Spartans have announced Detroit Lions personnel executive Sheldon White as a program consultant.

North Texas: Per source, UTEP GA John David Baker to become the offensive quality control assistant at North Texas.

Saint Vincent College (D-III – PA): Saint Vincent College is seeking a part-time assistant football coach. Stipend for the positions is $8,000 and includes housing. This position will be responsible for coaching a position, film-breakdown, scouting reports, recruiting, and other duties as assigned by the Head Coach. Only serious applicants should apply. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Minority coaches are strongly encouraged to apply.   Bachelor’s degree preferred. Computer and Hudl proficiency also preferred. Prior coaching or playing experience at college or high school level.

Kansas City Chiefs: Nevada graduate assistant Jody Owens has accepted a Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship position with the Chiefs, per source.

Aurora (D-III – IL): Aurora University is no longer accepting applicants for their stipend position. Thanks for the overwhelming interest.

Northwestern: Anthony Crespino, former Texas State director of football operations, has joined the staff as the assistant director of football operations, and Zach Opsal, former Purdue grad assistant, has been hired as a special teams quality control analyst source tells FootballScoop.

Alderson Broaddus (D-II – WV): Alderson Broaddus athletic director and head coach Dennis Creehan has announced the addition of Patrick Ruley as linebackers coach and special teams coordinator.

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