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Sunday November 29, 2015


Memphis: Memphis’ Commercial Appeal is now reporting that Barry Odom has been offered the job as well; however ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg reports that Memphis plans to interview multiple candidates. AD Tom Bowen will speak with media this afternoon at 4:30. Sources tell us Bowen plans to say he will interview candidates before any official offer is made.

Memphis: Virginia Tech will pay $500,000 to Memphis to buyout Justin Fuente’s contract per Steve Berkowitz of USA Today.

Rutgers: Patrick Hobbs, a dean emeritus of Seton Hall University School of Law and former interim AD for the school in 2010, is the new AD according to

Iowa State: Iowa State has now announced Matt Campbell as their new head coach. Campbell’s contract is six years with a first year salary of $2 million.

Memphis: Sources tell FootballScoop that Missouri defensive coordinator Barry Odom has been offered the head coaching position at Memphis.

Virginia Tech: Justin Fuente has now officially been announced as the Hokies new head coach. VT also announced that Bud Foster would remain on as defensive coordinator. Shane Beamer was not mentioned in the release. Sources had told FootballScoop that Beamer could go with Kirby Smart should Smart land a head coaching position. Will update…

Georgia: Josh Newberg of 247 sports is reporting that Tom Herman “would be highly interested in” the head coaching position at Georgia. Newberg adds that Kirby Smart and Dan Mullen are expected to be considered for the position.

Rutgers: AD Julie Hermann has been fired. ESPN’s Brett McMurphy adds now that Kyle Flood has been fired as well. More information here.

Georgia: Mark Richt has been fired per Mark Schlabach of ESPN. We have confirmed the news. More on the move and where Georgia turns, here.

Take a look at the updated NFL, FBS, FCS, D-II, D-III, and NAIA coaching changes to date

Toledo: Defensive coordinator Jon Heacock has been named interim head coach, per SI.

 Catch up on all this weekend’s action with the latest edition of The Nuggets.

Penn State: Offensive coordinator John Donovan has been fired. Donovan spent most of the past 10 years with James Franklin so this was clearly not an easy decision; but the on field results merited a change and Penn State apparently has decided it should be at the coordinator level, not the top.

Middle Tennessee: Rick Stockstill earned a 1 year contract extension at $800,000 a year after winning their seventh game of the year this past Saturday (a 42-7 win over UTSA).

South Carolina: Athletic director Ray Tanner told The State that he would like to have a new head coach in place by “December 10-12 at the latest”. Interim head coach Shawn Elliott finished the season 1-5 after filling in for Steve Spurrier.

Virginia: UVA and Mike London reached an agreement that will pay London $2.7 million through 2016.

Chip Kelly: USC has reached out to Chip Kelly to let him know that they’re interested if he leaves Philadelphia, according to Ian Rapoport. Rapoport also says “don’t rule out” the Titans either.

Virginia: Last night we reported this was coming. SI is now reporting it is official. Mike London has been informed that he has been let go. Update> Virginia has announced that Mike London has resigned. 

Wagner (FCS – NY): Wagner College is looking for a Division 2 opponent to schedule a game for Sept. 10, 2016. Please contact DFO AJ Firestone at [email protected] or 717-658-6205 if interested.

Mississippi Gulf Coast (JC): MGCC is looking to hire an athletic director. Details on AD Scoop.

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