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Monday January 12, 2015

Monday January 12, 2015


FootballScoop party:Tonight, 5-7pm at Tavern on 4th (above Sports & Social Club...across the street from Hard Rock Cafe). Frosty beverages & some tasty food compliments of our great sponsors ProGrass, Sky Coach, Jump Forward, Next Level Athlete and Sport Source Analytics. The party is open to all coaches and your wives. Please join us as we congratulate the 2014 Coaches of the Year.

Denver Broncos: The club has "mutually parted ways" with head coach John Fox.

Buffalo Bills: Greg Roman will be the new offensive coordinator of the Bills.

Houston: Louisiana Tech defensive line coach Oscar Giles is headed to Houston in the same capacity.

Tulsa: Baylor safeties coach / associate head coach Brian Norwood is heading to Tulsa as their co-defensive coordinator.

Oklahoma: East Carolina's Lincoln Riley will be the new offensive coordinator at OU. Bobby Jack Wright will also step away from the field according to Jason Kersey of the Oklahoman. Our story.

Boston College: Former Florida special teams coordinator Coleman Hutzler has joined the Boston College staff as special teams / linebackers.

Florida A&M (FCS): Bethune-Cookman director of player personnel DJ McCarthy will join the FAMU staff coaching the receivers per source.

Garden City (CC - KS): Sean "Rico" Cherico will serve as defensive line coach, Jason Brown will be offensive coordinator, Nate Haremza will be offensive line / recruiting coordinator, TJ Mata will coach the tight ends, Brian Michalowski will serve as defensive coordinator and Ryan Busz will coach the safeties. There are two offensive positions available and two defensive positions available. Please forward resumes and letters of interest to head coach Jeff Sims at Preference will be given to special teams coaches.

Millikin: Per source, Reed Florence will be the new offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach at Millikin.

Day two of the AFCA Convention is underway: make sure you're following @FootballScoop, @Zach_Barnett and @CoachSamz

Baltimore Ravens: Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak will return to the club and not seek a head coaching position.