The Scoop - Friday June 30, 2017

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Friday June 30, 2017

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Augustana (D-II - SD): Augustana University, located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is seeking applicants for a restricted earnings position on the offensive side of the ball. Applicants must have a minimum of 2 years coaching at the collegiate level. Compensation will range from $20k – 25k. Minorities are encouraged to apply. All interested and qualified applicants email resume and references to offensive coordinator James Schrenk at james.schrenk@augie.edu.

Louisiana-Lafayette: After coaching the running backs since 2011, Marquase Lovings is moving to the defensive side of the ball and will coach the defensive ends this season, the team has announced.

St. Andrews (NAIA - NC): St. Andrews University is seeking a graduate assistant to coach WRs or Kickers. The position will include a $10,000 stipend with Room and Board and the opportunity to pursue Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Responsibilities include coaching a position group, developing a recruiting territory, utilizing hudl and other duties as assigned by the head coach. Interested candidates can send their cover letter and resume to the Head Coach, David Harper at harperdg@sa.edu.

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Urbana (D-II - OH): Urbana University has an immediate need for an entry level, part-time (up to 20 hours per week) assistant football coach. The position will be responsible for coaching our linebackers, video editing using HUDL, recruiting, assisting with the strength and conditioning program, and other duties as assigned by the head coach. Prior college playing experience and/or experience coaching high school football would be a plus in this position. We are targeting an August 1st start date and relocation assistance will not be available for this position. For immediate consideration, please email your resume tocarol.powers@franklin.edu with “Assistant Football Coach” in the subject line of the email.

Kent State: Special teams coordinator and tight ends coach Dave McMichael, who has spent 42 seasons coaching college football, has announced his retirement. McMichael joined the Kent State staff in 2011, and his coaching career includes 19 seasons at West Virginia under the legendary Don Nehlen.

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Arizona State: Per source, Matt Bergeron has been promoted from offensive quality control to an offensive graduate assistant position.

Christopher Newport (D-III - VA): Christopher Newport University CNU invites applicants for a WR Position Coach. We are located in Newport News, VA with close proximity to Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Williamsburg. The review of applications will begin immediately. CNU competes in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (DIII). Playing/Coaching experience at the collegiate level is desired. Responsibilities include coaching a position group, developing a recruiting territory, utilizing hudl and other duties as assigned by the head coach and/or offensive coordinator. This position will be 25k and pay from Aug 1 through June 1. Interested applicants should send a resume and references to Offensive Coordinator Landon Mariani at Landon.mariani@cnu.edu.

Loras (D-III - IA): Loras College is looking to fill an entry level, offensive intern position. Seeking motivated candidates willing to work and interested in getting their foot in coaching college football. Responsible for on-field coaching (either TE’s or RB’s); film breakdown and data entry; assisting with recruiting; offensive quality control; player academic support; and other administrative duties assigned by the HFC. Small stipend available. NO benefits, housing or meals. Candidates would be able to pursue other local part-time employment opportunities. College playing experience / some coaching experience preferred. If interested please apply online at this link. No phone calls please.

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