The Scoop – Sunday July 24, 2016

Sunday July 24, 2016


Very sad news to pass along, Nebraska punter Sam Foltz and former Michigan State punter Mike Sadler died this weekend in a car crash while both were attending a punters camp. Please keep the families of these young men, and everyone impacted by this tragic event, in your prayers.

Alabama A&M: Keith Wagner has joined the staff as offensive line coach. Coach Wagner coached offensive line at NC A&T last season and had been working with the staff at Fayetteville State this Spring.

FootballScoop: We have tweaked our homepage a bit, adding a list of our most popular articles over the past 10 days and a great new section below that called the Timeout. Enjoy.

Mercyhurst University (DII – PA): Mercyhurst University has an immediate Graduate Assistant opening.  The primary coaching role will be determined by the head coach but would prefer someone with offensive or defensive skill position experience. Responsibilities will include coaching a position group, recruiting, all aspects of video/film/social media (HUDL/DV Sport, Practice, Game Breakdown, Highlights, Social Media), and off the field responsibilities.  This position includes a stipend, some meals, tuition for Graduate School, but no housing or benefits.  Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, acceptance into Mercyhurst University Graduate  School, strong communication and computer skills along with previous coaching and/or playing experience.  Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and references to Head Coach Marty Schaetzle ([email protected]).  No phone calls please.  Reviews begin immediately and will continue until filled.

Greensboro College: Paul Janoscak has joined the staff coaching linebackers. Janoscak was on staff at Nichols College.

Rocky Mountain College (NAIA – MT): Rocky Mountain has hired John Roy as OL Coach. He spent last year as the OL coach at New Mexico Military Institute and before that was at Southern Illinois as a grad assistant.

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