Saturday February 27, 2016

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Saturday February 27, 2016

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Chicago Bears: Former Maryland assistant John Dunn has accepted a QC job with the Bears per SI.

USC: Alabama offensive analyst and former Trojan Keary Colbert will return to USC in the same role according to Sports Illustrated.

Penn: Penn is hiring former Rice offensive line grad assistant Joe Johnson in a full-time capacity.

Waynesburg University (D-III - PA): Waynesburg linebackers coach Joe Kuhns has been named the head coach at his alma mater, Bethlehem Center High School (PA). 

South Dakota School of Mines (D-II): Offensive coordinator Zach Tinker has been promoted to head coach of the Hardrockers.

Greensboro College (D-III - NC): Greensboro is seeking applicants for restricted earnings coaching positions (DL and LB coach). Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required with successful football playing and/or coaching experience, strong professional/interpersonal communication skills and organizational efficiency, outstanding character and leadership qualities a must. Experience with HUDL is a plus. Duties include coaching your own position and; plan, organize, and instruct positional meetings and drills; contribute to defensive game plan; film breakdown. These are seasonal positions (August 2016 to November 2016). These positions provide a seasonal stipend only. No housing, meals, or benefits are provided. Please email a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Defensive Coordinator Andrew Chau (Andrew.chau@greensboro.edu). No phone calls please.

Kansas: JayhawkSlant reports that Rice defensive line coach Michael Slater is expected to be the new defensive line coach at Kansas.

Minnesota State University Moorhead (D-II - MN): Minnesota State University Moorhead, located in Moorhead, MN, is accepting applications for the position of defensive backs coach. Special teams experience is preferred. Responsibilities include assisting the head coach in directing all aspects of a highly competitive football program including compliance with NCAA DII, NSIC, and university rules and regulations. Bachelor’s degree and college coaching and recruiting experience are required. Other responsibilities may include class instruction within the College of Science, Health & the Environment, in which a master’s degree in physical education or related field is preferred, and/or administrative duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics. This is a full-time, 9-month, non-tenure appointment. The salary range is $20,000-$25,000. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Candidates must submit a cover letter, resume, and references to Rob Hunt at rob.hunt@mnstate.edu. No phone calls please.