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Monday April 11, 2011

Monday Apri 11, 2011

Otterbein University: Westerville (Columbus), Ohio, a member of the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) is accepting applications for a defensive Graduate Assistant Football Coach. Compensation includes a stipend, limited meal plan and tuition waiver for the Master of Arts in teaching program or Masters of Business Administration. ( - for admissions requirements) Please e-mail resume, cover letter, and references to (No phone calls please).

Randolph-Macon College (DIII): has an opening for a defensive line intern. Please e-mail resumes to No phone calls please.

Cal: Cal athletic director Sandy Barbour says she is not a candidate at Miami (FL) and has not interviewed.

Angelo State: There is no position open at Angelo State. Nathan Larned was on the previous staff at Angelo State.

The Citadel: We are now hearing the offensive coordinator search is still ongoing.

Virginia Destroyers: Our sources tell us that Terry Shea has accepted the offensive coordinator job.

SMU: As we reported a few weeks ago, former UCLA special teams coordinator Frank Gansz Jr. has accepted the same position at SMU.

Tampa Bay Bucs: Tampa Bay Bucs general manager Mark Dominik has agreed to a 4-year contract extension.

San Jose State: We hear former Cumberland quarterbacks coach Kevin Gray joined the San Jose State staff as offensive quality control.

FIU: Athletic director Pete Garcia has received a new 5-year deal and change in title. Garcia's new title with be executive director of sports & entertainment, allowing him to head up a couple of outside events in addition to running the FIU athletic department. Garcia's base salary without incentives will be $345,000.

Hartford Colonials: Harold Jackson has accepted the wide receivers job on Jerry Glanville's staff.

Cisco College: We hear former Angelo State defensive line coach Nathan Larned accepted the defensive coordinator job. Also, we hear East Central University grad assistant / wide receivers coach Dionte' Dean accepted the defensive backs job.