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Monday April 23, 2012

Monday April 23, 2012

Louisburg College (JC - NC): Louisburg is seeking applicants to fill the position of assistant football coach and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for football only. Salary: $10,000. No benefits, meals or housing available. Obligations: Lead, implement and direct all aspects of the football strength and conditioning program and coach a position as assigned by te Head Coach. This is a full-time, 10-month position. This is a great opportunity for an energetic coach that is looking for a chance to lead a strength and conditioning program and to be a valued member of a character-driven program and staff. All interested applicants should email materials to Head Coach John Sala at No phone calls please.

Arkansas: John L. Smith's agreement is 10 months long. He will be paid $850,000. His introductory press conference will be tomorrow at 2pm. 

Curry College: Curry is no longer accepting resumes for any openings. 

Arkansas: The AP just broke the news that Weber State head coach John L. Smith will return to Arkansas to serve as head coach. Sources close to the program tell us his contract is for less than one year. We'll keep you posted as this develops. Update> Sources close to the program confirm the hire to us. 

Minnesota: VCU athletic director Norwood Teague will be introduced later today as the new athletic director at Minnesota. 

Austin Peay (FCS): Defensive line coach Ryan Taylor has resigned to take a high school coaching position in Nashville.

McNeese State: Sources tell us Matt Viator is very interested in Central Arkansas running backs coach Slade Nagle for his running backs job.

Central Oklahoma (D-II): Sources tell us that Keith Barefield Jr. has been hired as an offensive grad assistant job at Central Oklahoma. 

Angelo Football Clinic: Day one of the clinic is Wednesday June 13th. 10 great speakers on day one alone including Todd Grantham, Art Briles, Chris Ash, Doug Nussmeier, Hal Wasson and Jim Mastro...and that's just Day One. Incredible lineup this year, take a look. 

Washington State: Is Bill Moos the best AD in the country