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The Scoop - Monday August 12, 2019

Monday August 12, 2019


#StaffTracker: A one stop page where you can keep track of how the new head coaches are filling their staffs. NFL – XFL – FBS – FCS

University of Ft. Lauderdale (NAIA): Source tells FootballScoop Drametrice Smith will be the head coach of theEagles program which is schedule to compete in the NAIA in 2020. Previous stops for Smith include Lane College, Ft. Valley State University, Bethel College, Feather River College, Bacone College, University of Faith, and Arkansas Baptist College. Isaac Bruce serves as director of athletics for the University.

It's not just football: Olympic sports coaches are now getting paid, too.

19 for 19: No one's going to come out and say it, but Graham Harrell wasn't just hired to fix the nation's 91st-ranked scoring offense. He was hired to save the entire staff's jobs.

Les Miles: Allow Les Miles to remedy your "case of the Mondays."

Troy: Troy University Football has a football graduate assistant opening in recruiting operations. The program is seeking an energetic, experienced Graphic Design artist to work in recruiting. This position is best suited for someone who wishes gain a Master's Degree and pursue a career in football recruiting or operations. Full tuition, fees, and stipend are included. This position will be 90% graphics production and the rest of the duties will be to assist in recruiting and operations and will be based on the strengths of the individual. Interested individuals please send portfolio/graphics examples, updated resume, and names and contact information for at least 3 references to

Pittsburgh Steelers: Saddened to share the news that Steelers receivers coach Darryl Drake passed away over the weekend. Details here. Please join us in praying for his wife (Sheila), three daughters, and entire family.

Alma (D-III - MI): Tyris Hill has joined the staff as running backs coach.

Last Chance U: The hit Netflix series is heading west.

Les Miles: Les Miles, while noting that LSU is a "decent place," said in an interview he’s still sad he never got to be Michigan’s head coach. Details here.