Wednesday June 12, 2019
Rutgers: Rutgers Football has hired Mo Karim as their new Director of Football Creative Media & Branding. He previously worked as the Creative Services Coordinator for LSU Athletics.
Los Angeles (XFL): Former college offensive coordinator Norm Chow is back on the sidelines. Details here. Also, head coach Winston Moss has announced the additions of Jerry Fontenot (OL), David Atkins (RBs), Michael Wilson (WRs), Otis Wilson (DBs) and Vincent Amey (DL).
Rutgers: Rutgers Football is looking to hire an Assistant Director of Creative Football Media with design experience. Please include a link or portfolio with your resume. Please send your resume to [email protected]
Troy: Brent Jones, who has served as the deputy director of athletics since 2017, is being promoted to be Troy’s new athletic director, per Justin McNelley.
Fort Valley State (D-II – GA): Fort Valley State University is currently seeking a defensive graduate assistant football coach, starting as soon as possible. The positions include a stipend and tuition waivers each semester for graduate school. Coaching responsibilities to include; but not limited to, defensive position (LB) and football operations. Responsibilities include all aspects of the football program including; but not limited to, video editing & highlights, practice organization, contest preparation, recruitment trips, student athlete development, and other duties as assigned by the Head Football Coach. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Interested applicants should send a letter of application, resume, and three recommendation contacts including phone numbers to Coach Joel Hirsch at j[email protected]. Plea
Elizabeth City State (D-II – NC): Elizabeth City State University is looking to fill a volunteer position for the 2019 season. Must be energetic, knowledgeable, highly organized and show commitment to leadership and developing young men both on and off the field. Previous experience coaching the Secondary is preferred, but not mandatory. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, coaching corners, assisting on special teams, running meetings, film breakdown/scouting reports, defensive scout team organization, assisting in various recruiting efforts, in addition to other responsibilities designated by the coaching staff. No Housing, Benefits, or Stipend. Availability to practice and morning meetings is essential. Please email resume and cover letter to Defensive Coordinator Marlon Watson at [email protected] Review of candidates will begin immediately. No phone calls please.
Louisiana-Monroe: Scott McDonald has been named the new director of athletics. McDonald joined the school in June of last year and soon took over the role of interim director of athletics.
Carroll (D-III – WI): Carroll University has an opening for a defensive graduate assistant. Please send resume to Mark Krzykowski at [email protected].
Fort Valley State (D-II – GA): Fort Valley State University is currently seeking a offensive graduate assistant football coach, starting as soon as possible. The positions include a stipend and tuition waivers each semester for graduate school. Coaching responsibilities to include; but not limited to, defensive position (SKILL) and football operations. Responsibilities include all aspects of the football program including; but not limited to, video editing & highlights, practice organization, contest preparation, recruitment trips, student athlete development, and other duties as assigned by the Head Football Coach. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Interested applicants should send a letter of application, resume, and three recommendation contacts including phone numbers to Coach Joel Hirsch at j[email protected]
Montana State – Northern (NAIA): Montana State University-Northern is seeking applicants for the position of assistant football coach for defense (linebackers or defensive backs) for the 2019 season. Preferred candidates will have prior experience playing/coaching on the defensive side of the ball, preferably with linebackers or defensive backfield. Candidates will be responsible for coaching their own position group, a recruiting area, film editing/breakdown (HUDL), and all other duties assigned by the head football coach/defensive coordinator. A bachelor’s degree and valid driver’s license is required. This is a restricted earnings position, and pay will be discussed during the interview process. Review of candidates will begin immediately. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and references to [email protected]. No phone calls.
MacMurray (D-III – IL): MacMurray College is seeking candidates for an Offensive Line Coach. This position is an intern position that does not include benefits. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Preferred candidates will have experience playing and/or coaching OL. The position will also be responsible for winter and spring game management and have the opportunity to instruct classes in Sport Management for those who have earned a Master’s Degree. Base compensation includes a $7500 10 month salary with additional pay for game administration and teaching. Housing and meals are included. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and references to [email protected]
Hard Knocks: The new team for the hit HBO show is going to make this season must-see-TV.
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Dartmouth (FCS): Dartmouth College is looking for an organized, creative and self-motivated individual with experience in Adobe Premiere and Photoshop for the role of Video Coordinator. This position is responsible for planning, implementing, and monitoring the program’s Social Media strategy, along with the creation of highlight videos, graphics, and other multimedia content. Interested candidates should apply via this link.
Oklahoma: As one of the leading creative departments in college football, Oklahoma is looking to add a highly-innovative, hard-working, dependable individual to lead their creative team as Graphic Designer for football recruiting. As the Graphic Designer for football recruiting, your job will be to create the key art assets and style guides that fuel our national recruiting, marketing, and brand storytelling across all regions and channels. Interested applicants must have a strong understanding of the Oklahoma Football brand, and an ability to build on the storied tradition of creative excellence at OU. Required Education:Bachelor Degree or equivalent combination of education/job related experience, AND 12 mo exp. designing in a brand or agency environment (preferably in athletics). Skills: Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, specifically Photshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, and Acrobat; Ability to formulate design concepts, presentations, templates, layouts, installations and other collateral from initial idea to final execution. Interested applicants should apply & provide resume, cover letter, & portfolio at jobs.ou.edu.
Scoop ‘Em Up: Bryan Ault is seeking a full-time recruiting position in college football. His previous experiences include National Preps, Ball State, and Franklin College. Ault has skills in player evaluation, database management, and social media. Ault’s references include Franklin College (D-III – IN) head coach Mike Leonard, Ball State offensive coordinator Joey Lynch, and Memphis assistant Pete Lembo as well as some people in NFL scouting positions. Programs interested in contacting Ault can reach him at [email protected].
Lake Erie (D-II – OH): Lake Erie College is looking to hire a defensive coordinator. This a full-time position with benefits. The salary range will be commensurate with experience. Lake Erie is a private school located just outside of Cleveland in Painesville, Ohio. Candidates with ties to the area are strongly encouraged to apply. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and references to [email protected]
Minnesota Crookston (D-II): The University of Minnesota, Crookston has an opening for an offensive restricted earnings position. Compensation will be $1000 per month. The ideal candidate will have successful experience coaching on the offensive side of the football. We have some flexibility and will be looking for best fit on the offensive side. All positions will be considered. Other duties assigned by the Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator will be included. Please send resumes to Jared Hottle at [email protected]. No phone calls please.
Green Bay Packers: The Packers have promoted Richmond Williams to director of pro personnel. Williams has spent the past 12 seasons with the organization, the past two as a pro scout and five seasons as a college scout.
Talkin’ Ball Podcast: The Talkin’ Ball Podcast is the platform for the coach. Host, Gene Delle Donne, sits down with NFL, College, and High School Coaches to discuss their strategies on coaching, training, and recruiting. Listen at www.grailsports.com/listen, and follow @genedelledonne on twitter for weekly updates.
Officiating: Controversial calls aren’t going away or becoming any less scrutinized, so here’s the SEC’s plan to address them head-on.
West Virginia: Jordan Herald is joining the program as director of creative design. Herald previously served as the graphic design / social media assistant for Miami (OH).
Nebraska: Source tells FootballScoop that Southern Miss assistant to the head coach Andrew Sims is leaving for a job with the Huskers.
Southern Miss: Following the departure of Andrew Sims (see above), defensive graduate assistant Aaron Walker has been promoted to executive to the head coach.
Akron: Tight ends coach Chris Cook has been selected to participate in the Bill Walsh Fellowship program with the Atlanta Falcons.
Southwest Mississippi CC (JC): Southwest Mississippi CC is looking to hire a Volunteer Defensive Assistant. Preferably with LB experience but will consider other coaching positions. Housing and Meals included. No stipends. Interested candidates can contact defensive coordinator Corey Barlow at [email protected].
Minnesota Crookston (D-II): The University of Minnesota, Crookston has an opening for an defensive restricted earnings position. Compensation will be $1000 per month. The ideal candidate will have successful experience coaching on the defensive side of the football. We have some flexibility and will be looking for best fit on the defensive side. All positions will be considered. Other duties assigned by the Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator will be included. Please send resumes to Tom Miller at [email protected]. No phone calls please.
Head coaching changes: See all of the 2018 NFL and College head coaching changes here.