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The Scoop - Wednesday April 17, 2019

Wednesday April 17, 2019


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

LSU: LSU has now made it official. Joe Alleva is no longer director of athletics. Word we're hearing is Texas A&M AD Scott Woodward is the target....Update> Sources now confirm to FootballScoop Scott Woodward has agreed to become director of athletics at LSU. Billy Liucci was among the first to report the deal.

NCAA: The NCAA is set to vote on a rule that could have dramatic consequences for graduate transfers. Why some say the proposal is unlikely to pass.

LSU: Per report, athletic director Joe Alleva is expected to step down.

Westminster (D-III - MO): Westminster College Missouri has an immediate defensive line intern position available. To be considered for this position you must have a college degree and playing or coaching experience. This is a non-exempt position that pays $300.00 per month for 10 months (Aug 1st - May 31st) and provides a place to live at no expense. No benefits are provided. This is an entry level position and the ideal candidate is a recent college graduate, energetic, and passionate about pursuing a career in coaching at the college level. Must be willing to dedicate significant time and travel towards recruiting. Assisting with Special Teams is an additional responsibility. Please contact defensive coordinator Jake White at

Vanderbilt: Ensworth HS (TN) head coach Jeremy Garrett has resigned after one season leading the program to join the Vanderbilt coaching staff. Esnworth played his college ball in the SEC at Ole Miss, and previously served as an assistant coach at Southaven HS (MS).

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Carleton College (D-III - MN): Carleton College is seeking a Defensive Coordinator, Assistant Football coach at its highly selective liberal arts college. This position will oversee and coordinate all operations of defense, manage all football equipment operations, coordinate one of the four special teams, and recruit and manage recruiting territory. Requirements include a bachelor’s degree, four years of college recruiting/coaching experience, and experience with recruiting database management. Preferred qualities include a master’s degree and defensive coordinator experience. If interested, please apply online via this link.

Masters of Sports Administration: Upper Iowa’s MSA degree provides learners with the current theories, concepts, and learning models necessary to assume administrative, coaching and leadership roles in high school, higher education and sports business settings. The online degree is available with emphasis in Sports Management or Coaching & Leadership Eduction.

Olivet Nazarene (NAIA – IL): Olivet Nazarene University is seeking applicants for a graduate assistant on Defense. Positions are flexible, preference will be given to experience with DB’s. Candidates must demonstrate exceptional knowledge of strategy, successful recruiting ability, strong leadership, social media expertise, video editing, and communication skills. Photoshop expertise desired. Applicants must have a strong Christian faith and work within Olivet Nazarene’s Christian mission. Responsibilities include, but not limited to, coaching a position, recruiting, academic & spiritual growth of players, and coordinating social media efforts. Tuition, stipend and subsidized housing available. Olivet Nazarene University is a nationally recognized Christian university located 50 miles south of the Chicago Loop in Illinois. Olivet competes in the NAIA. Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree is required. Email letter of interest, resume, Christian testimony statement, and references to Eric Hehman at Candidates will not be reviewed until ALL materials are submitted. No phone calls please.

Mayville State (NAIA - ND): Mayville State University is looking to hire an immediate full-time assistant football coach / instructor of HPER. The position is fully benefited; including employer funded health insurance and retirement matching. More information and application can be found via this link.

Head coaching changes: See all of the 2018 NFL and College head coaching changes here – including a new interactive map.