Friday June 5, 2020


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NFL: The NFL, speaking through Roger Goodell, released a powerful statement on Friday night. Read it here.

Miami: Miami coaches have agreed to pay cuts ranging between 3 and 10 percent, according to the Miami Herald.

Kansas: More than 18 months after he coached his final game for the Jayhawks, Kansas has finally paid David Beaty his money. Details here.

Utah: Utah has suspended defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley for using a racial slur in a 2013 text. More here.

Houston Texans: Special teams coordinator Brad Seely has announced he is retiring. Seely has coached 31 seasons in the league. Enjoy the next phase of life, Coach.

NAIA: The NAIA on Friday announced the dates schools can begin practices and games, and reduced the regular season by two games. Details here.

NFL: An NFL player’s plan to diversify the league’s head coaching and GM ranks.

Schutt: The popular helmet maker has introduced a new Splash Shield for football face masks.

DePaul: AD Jean Lenti Ponsetto will retire this summer, according to multiple reports.

Return to play: NCAA president Mark Emmert told Congressional leaders that the season could be shortened and some schools may decide not to play.

Macalester College (D-III – MN): In preparation for their move to the MIAC set for 2021, Macalester College is looking to fill non-conference games, preferabably for Week 1 & 2 during the 2021 and 2022 seasons. Home and home series preferred. Dates would be set for September 4th and 11th in ’21, with the corresponding dates in ’22 set for September 3rd and 10th.  Please contact Matthew Reed at [email protected] if interested.

Penn State: Players will begin returning to campus on June 8, the school has announced.

Michigan State: Athletes can begin returning to campus on June 15.

Carolina Panthers: Luke Kuechly, the star Panthers linebacker who retired just prior to Matt Rhule accepting the head coaching job, has officially joined the scouting department as a pro scout.

“We will not be silenced”: Some of the NFL’s most recognizable figures send powerful video message aimed at NFL, and leave the ball in the league’s court.

Valparaiso (FCS – IN): Valparaiso University will be taking resumes with interest in an unpaid internship coaching the tight ends. This position is available to those aspiring to get into the coaching profession.  Position includes, but is not limited to: coaching own position, recruiting assigned area, video editing/coordinating, film sharing, manage and direct scout team, weekly data input, weekly reports, and other duties assigned by the head coach.  Ideal candidates are organized and have knowledge in Hudl/video editing, Microsoft Excel, Visio, Word, PowerPoint and other computer skills.  This is a Volunteer Position, with potential stipend.  Local applicants are encouraged to apply, position will begin immediately.  Please send a resume and cover letter to Chris Limbach at [email protected]. No phone calls, please.

Ranking the top non-FBS programs: First up in this series is the NAIA, where #7 comes from a program out west.

Upper Iowa (D-II -IA): Upper Iowa has openings for (2) Full-time coaches. One of these positions was posted prior to the Covid-19 pandemic and the search is being continued at this time. The defensive position is for either LBs or DBs and will have coordinator title/responsibilities for the right candidate. The other position will be on offense and will be for Wide Receivers. Both of these positions include benefits. Interested candidates please email your resume and references to Jason Hoskins at [email protected]. In the subject heading, please put the position you wish to be considered for. No phone calls please.

20 for 20: Recent history tells us Georgia’s pursuit of a championship could hinge on a single special teams play. The man responsible for Georgia’s execution on that play is Scott Cochran.

Shorter (D-II – GA): Shorter University is seeking applicants for a tight ends graduate assistant coaching position. Responsibilities include coaching a position, managing a recruiting territory, coordinating on-campus visits, Hudl video, scouting reports/breakdowns and other duties assigned by the head coach and offensive coordinator. Experience playing or coaching TE or Offensive Line at the college level is preferred. Position includes 100% tuition waiver for the Master’s program of your choosing (which is an exclusively online program), and a full meal plan. There is no stipend for this position. There will be the opportunity for additional income available. On campus housing is not available. Admission to the Shorter University Graduate School (minimum GPA of 2.5) is required. Position must start no later than July 15, 2020. Shorter University is a private Baptist university in Rome, Georgia.  It was founded in 1873. In the fall of 2019, it traditional enrollment reached 1,250 students. The 155-acre main academic and residential campus is located 72 miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia in Rome. As a Christian institution the coaches at Shorter University lead by example on and off the field. Interested applicants need to send cover letter and resume to Offensive Coordinator, Blaise Holzer at [email protected]. No phone calls please.

FootballScoop Online Clinic 2020: Catch up on all of the content from the FootballScoop Online Clinic here.

NFL and College Head Coaching Changes: Keep track of all the head coaching changes from NFL to FBS to NAIA via this page.

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