Skip to main content
Publish date:

Monday April 20, 2015

Monday April 20, 2015

PresentedByCoachsOffice

Sioux Falls (D-II - SD): Head coach Jed Stugart has announced the addition of Brian Hermanson to the defensive staff. Hermanson, a longtime successful high school coach in the area, will coach the defensive backs along with Eric Inama.

Cal: Receivers coach Pierre Ingram has been placed on administrative leave.

Simpson (D-III - IA): Simpson College has a full-time assistant coaching position available on the offensive side of the ball (WRs/RBs/QBs). The right candidate may be considered for the offensive coordinator spot. The qualified candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree with athletics/sports emphasis. Send letter of application, resume, names and addresses of three references to employment@simpson.edu (in Word format). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please no phone calls.

Shasta College (CC - CA): Shasta College is looking for an tenure track (full-time) assistant football coach / head track and field coach. Apply via this link. No phone calls or emails please.

Gavilan (CC - CA): Per source, Gavilan CC is advertising for a part-time head coach and Kinesiology instructor. We understand that eight assistant coaching stipends will be available for a staff.

Bluffton (D-III - OH): The Bluffton University football and baseball programs are accepting applications for a single graduate assistant position. The selected applicant will coach football in the fall (preferably an offensive position), and then transition to baseball in the spring. The position will include coaching and recruiting duties with both sports. The position offers room and board, tuition, and stipend. Previous playing experience in college football and/or baseball is required. Applicants with prior collegiate coaching experience are preferred. Bluffton University offers an MBA with concentrations in accounting and financial management, health care management, leadership, sport management, and production and operations management. Interested candidates should contact head football coach Denny Dorrel (dorreld@bluffton.edu) and head baseball coach and James Grandey (grandeyj@bluffton.edu) with their cover letter and resume as an attachment.

Morrisville State (D-III - NY): Per source, Tyler Moseley has been hired to coach the safeties. Moseley spent last season coaching the strong safeties at The College of Wooster (D-III - OH). We understand that Taylor Hall, who coached the safeties last year, will move to the offensive side of the ball and coach the wide receivers.

Old Dominion: Head coach Bobby Wilder has signed a one-year contract extension through the 2019 season.

Carroll University (D-III - WI): Carroll University has an open position for a football graduate assistant. This position will serve as an offensive skill position coach either RBs or WRs. For consideration please submit cover letter and resume to head coach Mark Krzykowski at mkrzykow@carrollu.edu.

Arkansas: The Razorbacks are looking to hire an assistant athletic director for communications. See full details, and how to apply, on AD Scoop.

Western New England (D-III – MA): Western New England University is seeking an offensive skill position coach. Bachelor’s degree is required. This is an entry-level, nine month labor intensive coaching and recruiting position. Compensation is $7500 with access to low rent housing. Classes are NOT available. Start date is August 3rd. Please email resume, cover letter and list of 3 references to offensive coordinator Jason Lebeau at Jason.lebeau@wne.edu. First year coaches who reside in the northeast are encouraged to apply.

Augsburg (D-III - MN): Augsburg College is looking for a full time assistant coach. Proven track record as a productive recruiter at the D-III required. Will also coach either DL or DB and serve as Special Teams coordinator. The right candidate would be considered for defensive coordinator placement. Will also teach a few activity classes, be in charge of football equipment and summer camp program. Please apply online with HR via this link. No other calls or emails please.

Pat Hill: Former Fresno State head coach Pat Hill will join the ESPN 940 radio team as a color analyst. Hill did telecasts for several ESPN college football events last season.

Wittenberg (D-III - OH): Per source, Lake Erie College (D-II - OH) defensive grad assistant Nate Wilson is the new defensive backs coach at Wittenberg.

Steve Spurrier: The head ball coach turns 70 today (and is in better shape than most 50 year olds).

Monmouth College (D-III - IL): Mitch Russell, who coached the defensive line last season, has been promoted to a full-time role.

Coach's Office:Are you overwhelmed with the hodgepodge of software you are using now? Give us 15 minutes of your time, and we will show you how to save 100s of hours during the season. Schedule a free online demonstration of Coach’s Office – the integrated software that can out-perform the programs you are using now to do your playbook, practice script, play cards, call sheets, and wristbands. Call toll free 877.323.9669 or email slwebber@coachsoffice.com.

Midwestern State (D-II – TX): Midwestern State University is currently seeking an offensive graduate assistant football coach. The position includes a stipend, housing, and tuition assistance for graduate school. Coaching responsibilities to include; but not limited to, tight ends and offensive line. Experience playing and coaching tight ends or offensive line is preferred. Responsibilities include all aspects of the football program including; but not limited to, video editing, practice organization, contest preparation, recruitment weekends, 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: Adam Austin, Assistant Coach, adam.austin@mwsu.edu. Please no phone calls.

Nevada: Offensive line coach Ron Hudson is not coaching this spring as he recovers from open-heart surgery that he underwent seven weeks ago. Hudson is expected back on the sidelines in the fall. Please keep him in your thoughts as he continues to recover.