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The Scoop - Tuesday April 18, 2017

Tuesday April 18, 2017


Please join us in praying for the family of College Football Hall of Famer and former Navy coach Wayne Hardin who passed away recently at age 91.

Briar Cliff (NAIA - IA): Joe Schmitz, who coordinated the offense for the team last season, has landed the head coaching job at Sioux City West HS (IA).

Mike Zimmer: The Vikings' head coach was scheduled on Monday for a fifth surgery on his right eye, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported. He will have his sixth and final procedure in a couple of months.

Stanford: David Shaw noted recently that he plans to hire an offensive position coach to fill the 10th assistant coaching position that will come into effect next January.

MAP: Where the players come from

Graceland (NAIA - IA): Graceland University is seeking a full-time, 12 month head football coach. The head coach is responsible for recruiting, retention, organizing, supervising and administration of all aspects of the intercollegiate football program. Five years of coaching experience is required, recruiting and budget management at the collegiate level preferred. The successful candidate will also have other duties as assigned by administration that matches the strengths of the coach. Position requires a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) and will remain open until filled. Send letter of application, resume, and three references to

Notre Dame College (D-II - OH): Jahmal Brown, who served as the program's defensive coordinator last season, has joined the Cleveland Benedictine HS (OH) staff as defensive coordinator, per source.

Kent State: Per source, former Methodist (D-III - NC) running backs coach / social media coordinator Jaren Maybin has joined the program as a graduate assistant.

Graceland (NAIA - IA): After 24 seasons with the program, including 7 as head coach, head coach Jeff Douglas has announced his resignation. Douglas is a member of the school's Hall of Fame.

Sewanee (D-III - TN): Per source, Defiance College (D-III - OH) offensive line coach Doug Ehinger is joining the staff as offensive coordinator / offensive line coach.

Millikin (D-III - IL): Millikin University has an opening for an assistant football coach. It is a 11 month position with a stipend, housing, and meal allowance. Preference will be given to candidates with a background with offensive/defensive skill positions For more information, visit this link or email head coach Dan Gritti at

Tusculum (D-II - TN): Tusculum is now taking resumes for an offensive graduate assistant. Candidate must have previous playing or coaching experience with the offensive line or tight ends. You will be expected to be able to run your own meeting room and have a territory in recruiting. Great opportunity for someone looking for experience coaching a position as a GA. A background in Southern region or Junior College recruiting is a bonus. The job will include Tuition for grad classes and meals. There is no housing or stipend available. Send resumes to

Reedley (JC - CA): Reedley College has an immediate opening on staff for an offensive line coach. The position is a stipend position only ($5,500-11,500 depending on education and experience and determined by human resources). There are no additional benefits included with the position. Must meet the minimum qualifications: AA or BA plus requisite years of experience. Please submit resumes to head coach Eric Marty at

Arizona Western (JC): Gio Perez has accepted the the running backs job. Perez previously served as the special teams coordinator for Everett College (JC - WA).

Princeton (FCS): Princeton is seeking to fill a Social Media Coordinator Position. Applicants should be proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Suite, Adobe Premier Video Editing & InDesign. Applicants should also be proficient in all social media platforms. This is an internship position with no housing, meals or benefits provided. Please send a resume, cover letter and a few samples of your best work to Director of Operations Mike Cerullo at No phone calls please.

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