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The Scoop - Thursday July 26, 2018

Thursday July 26, 2018


Cumberland (NAIA - TN): The Cumberland University Football and Strength and Conditioning Departments are now accepting applications for the position of graduate assistant football/strength and conditioning coach for the Fall 2018 semester. The position will begin immediately. This is a dual graduate assistant position that will work with football as well as the strength staff (specifically with football). Qualifications: Completed or working towards Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science or related field; currently possess CSCS or SCCC certification; current CPR/AED certification; acceptance into Cumberland University graduate program; strong work ethic; punctual.Preferred: previous internship/coaching experience with strength and conditioning; offensive line experience as a player or coach; ability to work with Microsoft Office programs. Responsibilities:Include but are not limited to:Assisting football staff with day to day responsibilities/duties; assisting offensive line with practice, drills, meetings; assisting head strength coach with the implementation and supervision of strength and conditioning/sports performance programs for football; and any other duties assigned by the head football coach or head strength and conditioning coach. Compensation:Full tuition waiver, on-campus housing and meal plan. Interested applicants must send cover letter, resume and list of 3 professional references to Ryan Cotton, Director of Strength and Conditioning, at

Greensboro (D-III - NC): Greensboro College is seeking qualified applicants for Quarterback's coach. This will be an entry level position which includes on field coaching of quarterbacks, assigned recruiting area and any and all duties as specified by Head Coach. Housing and meals included plus a small stipend. Please send resume's to Coach Zach Mallard at

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Ohio State: Quality control coach and former Buckeyes wideout Brian Hartline has been named interim wide receivers coach. Also, Corey Dennis has been elevated to senior quality control coach after working alongside OC / QBs coach Ryan Day this last season and as a graduate assistant with the wide receivers for the two seasons prior to that.

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Augsburg (D-III - MN): Augsburg has a part-time defensive line job open. Pay is $3,000 with no other benefits. Interested applicants can apply via this link.

Michigan State: Special teams intern Shayne Graham has accepted a full-time role on the staff as special teams analyst.

Kentucky Wesleyan (D-II - KY): Kentucky Wesleyan has a opening for the Restricted Earnings Wide Receiver position. The Position is required to have responsibility coaching the Wide Receivers , Special Teams, as well as monitoring academics of the Receivers, recruiting, and other duties that will be assigned. Candidates are required to have at least three years of experience at Collegiate Level. Please submit resume and cover letter to Offensive Coordinator, L.D. Stallings at No phone calls please.

The Oregon strength staff has issued a challenge to all coaches across the country

Situational Practice Planning for Game Week: Like many successful programs, Washington High School (SD) strives to continually be more efficient with practice time. So even with a career record of 112-43 as a head coach with five state championships, Chad Stadem spent his off-season fine-tuning his practice regiment. So as the Warriors start the season with a 34-game winning streak, Coach Stadem takes X&O Labs' readers through the weekly plan he will use in-season, which is dedicated to period simulation, game organization and sudden change. X&O Labs will release this report next Tuesday at 7 am EST. To receive it, click here and enter your email address. 

Augsburg (D-III - MN): Augsburg has made a defensive coordinator hire and is no longer accepting applications. Thanks for the overwhelming interest.

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Black Hills State University (D-II - SD): Black Hills State University an NCAA Division II school and member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC), has a Graduate Assistant coaching position beginning immediately. The position includes an $8000 stipend, camp bonus, reduced tuition and meal stipend. Responsibilities include coaching defensive backs or linebackers, running positional meetings, assisting with special teams, helping with weekly game plan, film breakdown and data entry (HUDL), recruiting, and other duties assigned by the Head Football Coach and Athletic Director. The ideal candidate would have a minimum 1 year coaching experience or collegiate playing experience. Candidates must be able to gain acceptance to graduate school. Review of candidates will begin immediately. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and references to No phone calls