The Scoop – Friday May 25, 2018

Friday May 25, 2018

Coaching Salaries: California is proposing an amendment that would limit coaching salaries at state schools to $200,000 per year.

Northwood (D-II – MI): Source tells FootballScoop that Davenport University (D-II – MI) offensive line coach Zac Hueter has accepted the offensive line / recruiting coordinator job.

Rocky Mountain (NAIA – MT): Rocky Mountain College is seeking a defensive assistant coach. Applicant will coach their own position group, recruit your own territory, and perform all other duties assigned by the head coach.  Compensation includes a $600 monthly stipend, but no housing or meals. We are looking for a dedicated and detail oriented individual who wants to advance their career in the coaching profession. Please email cover letter, resume and references to [email protected].

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Texas A&M Commerce (D-II): Texas A&M Commerce has a graduate assistant position on the offensive side of the ball (offensive line or skill). It is a stipend only with opportunity for supplemental income. Applicants must be able to get into grad school. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Please send resumes to Offensive Coordinator Matt Storm at [email protected].

Clark Atlanta (D-II – GA): Milton Patterson, the interim defensive coordinator and defensive line coach at Clark Atlanta, has accepted an opportunity to work with the Atlanta Falcons as part of the Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship program, per source.

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UNC Pembroke (D-II): UNC Pembroke is looking to hire an offensive or defensive graduate assistant. Applicants must be able to get into Graduate School. Compensation is $8,000 stipend. North Carolina residents are encouraged to apply. Please send transcripts, resume, and cover letter to [email protected].

Head coaching changes: 2017-18 NFL & college head coaching changes.

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