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The Scoop - Friday June 23, 2017

Friday June 23, 2017


Oklahoma: The Sooners have announced that inside wide receivers coach Cale Gundy and offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh have each added the co-offensive coordinator title. Head coach Lincoln Riley will continue to mentor the quarterbacks and call plays.

Mesa (CC): Former Fort Scott (CC) running backs coach Kory Vaught has accepted the running backs / run game coordinator position at Mesa CC, source tells FootballScoop.

The one word that allows Ohio State to recruit like the best in the country

Iowa State: Iowa State University has an opening for a recruiting creative video production. Must have experience with creative video at the College/NFL level and be available to start immediately. This is a full time position within the recruiting department. Details are available at - If interested please apply online as well as email your resume and sample reel to Joe Schaefer at No phone calls please.


Albany State (D-II - GA): New head coach Gabe Giardina has completed his initial coaching staff. Newland Isaac will serve as assistant head coach, offensive coordinator and running backs coach, Sean Lampkin as wide receivers coach, Anthony Kelly as tight ends coach, Adam Miller as quarterbacks coach, Cory Peoples as defensive coordinator, Darius Buck as cornerbacks coach, Collins Ukwu as defensive line coach, and Nick Reivez as as linebackers coach.

Keyshawn Johnson to son: You will not embarrass Nebraska, Mike Riley or this family

Waldorf (NAIA - IA): Waldorf University in Forest City, Iowa, seeks applicants for three graduate assistants in the football program. One offensive position with wide receiver expertise and two defensive positions with linebacker and D-line expertise. The graduate assistant appointment includes an online graduate tuition waiver over 24 months and a monetary stipend of $1,000 per month over two 9 month periods. Optional on-campus housing (basic residence hall room) included and for meal plan options available. Qualified candidates must have an undergraduate degree and be accepted for admission into the graduate program at Waldorf University or Columbia Southern University. Other Requirements include: Must have prior collegiate football experience, a dedication to students, and an interest in pursuing a career in coaching; A valid driver’s license with a good driving record; Evenings and weekend travel is required. To Apply: for consideration all candidates must apply through the website and upload their resume and cover letter. Review of candidates will begin immediately and will be based on materials submitted through application process. Due to limited staff availability, no phone calls please