The Scoop – Sunday January 26, 2020

Sunday January 26, 2020

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Arkansas: Coordinators Kendal Briles and Barry Odom have signed 3-year contracts and Sam Pittman’s eight remaining on-the-field assistants have signed 2-year deals, per the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Baylor: Most of his has been previously shared, but Baylor confirmed Saturday night that Joey McGuire has been retained as associate head coach/outside linebackers coach, Shawn Bell as tight ends coach and David Wetzel as associate AD for football relations. Corey Campbell has been promoted to director of athletic performance for football, while Austin Thomas has been hired (as FootballScoop first reported) as senior associate AD for football and Vince Guinta as assistant AD for player personnel.

Hawaii: Todd Graham has retained Jacob Yoro and Abraham Elimimian. Yoro coached safeties and outside linebackers last season and Elimimian coached defensive backs.

Louisiana Tech: Sources tell FootballScoop Ohio State offensive grad assistant Trey Holtz (Skip’s son) is expected to join the LA Tech staff coaching inside receivers. Bleed Tech Blue first reported the move.

Philadelphia: The Eagles are hiring Marquand Manuel as defensive backs coach Jeremy Fowler is reporting.

Great teammate: This is what it looks like to be a great teammate.

New York Giants: Tennessee inside linebackers coach Kevin Sherrer is joining the New York Giants’ staff Rivals is reporting.

Baylor: Joe Wickline is expected coach offensive line at Baylor Adam Rittenberg has shared.

Advice: 15 pieces of advice for college coaches on recruiting visits, courtesy of a high school coach

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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