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The Scoop - Tuesday April 11, 2017

Tuesday April 11, 2017


Washington: The Huskies have made Chris Petersen's extension through 2023 official, though financial terms were not disclosed. The Huskies also said it has "increased coaching and support staffing salaries and infrastructure," though no terms were disclosed. Update: The Seattle Times has the terms. Defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski signed a 2-year deal at $875,000 (making him the 2nd-highest assistant in the Pac-12), and offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith inked a 2-year deal worth $700,000 per year.

Kansas State: Jon Fabris has now been formally announced as the new defensive ends coach for the program, and Blake Seiler will take over as linebackers coach and is adding the title of co-defensive coordinator.

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Louisville: Stephen Field, who coached the tight ends and served as recruiting coordinator at Florida A&M (FCS) last season, has joined the Louisville staff as the director of high school relations, per source.

Louisiana Tech: Skip Holtz, who won Conference USA's Coach of the Year Award after last season, has agreed to a five-year extension worth $3.5 million. He will average $700,000 annually, which is a $200,000 per year pay raise from his previous deal. LA Tech went 9-5 this past season and Holtz is 31-22 overall.

Buffalo: The University at Buffalo, a proud member of the MAC, has an immediate opening for a Video Coordinator. This position is responsible for all the day to day video needs of the football program. Canidate's must posses strong organizational skills and be able to effectively interact with a wide variety of constituents. A strong background with DVSport or similar video editing software is mandatory, along with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and the Surface tablet. Canidate's can send their resume to assistant coach Taiwo Onatolu at

Franklin Pierce (Sprint - NH): Franklin Pierce is looking to hire an assistant football coach. This includes supervision of your own position group which includes meetings and academic monitoring. You are expected to recruit successful student-athletes to the program and will be given your own recruiting area to identify and recruit prospects. The position will be a skill position on offense and for the right candidate may include coordinating the offense. Please email or send resume to

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