Saturday January 19, 2013
The NCAA has passed nearly every proposed rule change. Here's what you need to know.
San Diego Chargers: The Chargers have hired Arizona Cardinals special teams coordinator Kevin Spencer to the same position according to Adam Schefter.
Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals have dismissed their defensive coaches according to Adam Schefter.
Alabama: Kirby Smart stated publicly today that he is not leaving Alabama.
Cornell: Union Endicott high school head coach Shane Hurd will reportedly join the Cornell staff as quarterbacks coach.
Tampa Bay: The Bucs have stated they will retain defensive line coach Randy Melvin. Yesterday there were local reports that he had been released.
Concordia Chicago: As previously mentioned, Randy Awrey is the new head coach at Concordia. He has hired Jim Kiernan (former Gannon head coach) as offensive coordinator and has filled out the rest of the staff from the existing coaching staff.
Arizona Cardinals: Harold Goodwin (Colts offensive line coach) will be the offensive coordinator and Todd Bowles will be the defensive coordinator for Bruce Arians.
Nicholls State (FCS - LA): Nicholls State needs a home game for the 2013 Season. Available date is Saturday, September 28th. If interested, please contact Associate Head Coach, Chuck Hepola at 985-448-4796 or via email at email@example.com
Lackawanna College: We are no longer accepting resumes. Thank you all for the overwhelming interest in the position.
Texas A&M: Texas A&M has agreed in principle to a raise and contract extenison for Kevin Sumlin, pending approval from the school's Board of Regents at a Feb. 1 meeting. Raises for his assistants are on the way as well.
Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars have hired Miami offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch to the same position according to Adam Schefter. Update: The team has announced the hire, along with Bob Babich as defensive coordinator.
Oakland Raiders: The Raiders have hired former Jaguars quarterbacks coach Greg Olson as their offensive coordinator according to Adam Schefter.