Friday October 9, 2015
FootballScoop would like to invite all South Carolina folks in Baton Rouge today to join us at Pelican House 5 - 7pm. We know the struggles associated with rebuilding communities following storms. Come sit for a while, talk some ball and momentarily take your mind off of your concerns. Beverages are on us. Hope to see you there.
App State: Head coach Scott Satterfield has agreed to a new five year contract the school has announced. Satterfield will now be under contract through December 2020.
Notre Dame: Pat Eilers (a two-year starter for the Irish) and his wife Jana have made a $3 million gift to endow the defensive backs coaching position. The gift will “will underwrite the salary of the defensive backs assistant coach, provide stability and resources for the long term and create funds for use within the department and across campus,” a release from ND explained.
Black Hills State (D-II - SD): Black Hills State University has a graduate assistant coaching position beginning January 11th, 2016. The position includes a stipend and reduced tuition. Responsibilities include coaching a defensive position, film breakdown and data entry (HUDL), recruiting, and other duties assigned by the head football coach and athletic director. The ideal candidate would have a minimum 1 year coaching experience or collegiate playing experience. Candidates must be able to gain acceptance to graduate school. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls.
Please join us in praying for former Mississippi State assistant and East Mississippi Community College head coach Tom Goode, who passed away yesterday.
McKendree offensive coordinator Matt Rahl is out of the hospital and working towards a full recovery. Your thoughts are prayers were much appreciated.
NCSA:Sione H. Lund is a Prep Pick of the Week featured by NCSA Athletic Recruiting on the Scoop this week. Come back to the Scoop daily this week as we highlight more prospects like Sione that can be found by using your free NCSA account.