Thursday October 10, 2019
Texas: Former Rutgers head coach Chris Ash is volunteering with Texas this week, according to Anwar Richardson of Orangebloods. Could this be the first step in something more?
Washington Redskins: With Bill Callahan's promotion to interim head coach, assistant offensive line coach Phil Rauscher has been promoted to offensive line coach, and Aaron Stamn has been hired as an offensive assistant.
Washington State: Former defensive back Hunter Dale has returned to the program as a quality control assistant on the defensive side of the ball. Dale previously started 26-straight games for the program in 2017 and 2018.
Mary Hardin-Baylor (D-III - TX): As a result of head coach Pete Fredenburg loaning his 10 year old Subaru to two players in the 2016-17 seasons, UMHB now must vacate all 29 wins from those seasons, including the 2016 national championship. More here.
USC: A decision on the future of Clay Helton leading the Trojans won't come from the interim athletic director. Read more here.
Ball tonight: Two FBS matchups with Syracuse at NC State (8pm et ESPN) and UL Monroe at Texas State (9:15 et ESPNU), Bethune Cookman at North Carolina Central in FCS (6pm et ESPNU) and the Giants playing at New England on Fox / NFL Network 8:20 et.
James Franklin: The first thing coaches should do with their programs, according to James Franklin.
Atlanta Falcons: After deciding to part ways with defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel this off season, Dan Quinn took over the defensive play calling duties and shares with ESPN that he has no plans to give up those duties after a 1-4 start.
Art Briles: The former Baylor head coach has found himself in an interesting controversy with his new school.
High School: Assistant coach charged and booked into jail after confronting official following controversial no-call.
Rex Ryan: The former Bills and Jets coach shares he'd be interested in the Redskins vacant head coaching job.
NFL and College Head Coaching Changes: Keep track of all the head coaching changes from NFL to FBS to NAIA via this page.