Monday April 2, 2018
Urbana (D-II - OH): Per source, Urbana is no longer accepting applicants for their open position. Thanks for the overwhelming interest in the position.
Alabama: Turns out LeBron isn't a fan of Alabama's new web series "Shop Talk."
Ole Miss: Per source, former Alabama student assistant Clayton Karcher has been hired in an off-the-field role at Ole Miss.
Angelo Football Clinic: The Angelo Football Clinic has been set (June 12-14) and includes some quality speakers including Nick Saban, Herb Hand, Colby Carthel, Dave Aranda, Jimbo Fisher, Josh Henson, David Gibbs & plenty more. Register and reserve your hotel room today!
Baylor: Per source, East Tennessee State (FCS) offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Marcus Satterfield is joining the Baylor staff in a player development-type role. Satterfield is the former head coach at Tennessee Tech (2016-17) and also previously served as Matt Rhule's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Temple for a few years.
East Tennessee State (FCS): Head coach Randy Sanders has been placed on "paid administrative leave pending the investigation of potential violation of university policy." Here are some additional details on the situation.
West Virginia: WVU is looking to hire a graduate assistant for recruiting. View the posting via this link.
Jim Mora: Mora explains the challenges of coaching a talented millennial quarterback bound for the NFL.
Missouri Western (D-II): Gary Salgado, who previously coached the defensive line at Angelo State (D-II), has been hired as co-defensive coordinator / linebackers coach.
Art Briles: The former Baylor head coach got quite a payout after being let go.
Prague Lions (Europe): Quentin M. Jones, who most recently served as a quality control coach at Brown (FCS - RI), has been chosen to lead the Prague Lions organization, per source. Jones has also coached the linebackers at Western New Mexico (D-II) and the defensive line at Limestone (D-II - SC).
UW-Stevens Point (D-III):UW-Stevens Point is seeking a home and home series for 2018 and 2019 in Week 3, or Week 4. If interested, please email email@example.com. We also have openings in 2020-2021.
Head coaching changes: 2017-18 NFL & college head coaching changes.