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The Scoop - Wednesday August 3, 2016

Wednesday August 3, 2016

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Urbana (D-II - OH): Urbana University has an immediate need for an entry level, part-time (up to 20 hours per week) Assistant Football Coach. The position will be responsible for coaching our running backs, video editing using HUDL, recruiting, assisting with the strength and conditioning program, and other duties as assigned by the head coach. Prior college playing experience and/or experience coaching high school football would be a plus in this position. For immediate consideration, please email your resume to carol.powers@franklin.edu with “Assistant Football Coach” in the subject line of the email.

Missouri: Executive associate AD Sarah Reesman will take over as interim AD on Friday, the school has announced. Interim chancellor Hank Foley had served as interim AD following acting AD Wren Baker's departure for North Texas after two and a half weeks on the job.

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South Carolina: Will Muschamp has announced the addition of Reverend Charles B. Jackson Jr. to fill a role in the "Beyond Football" department. Jackson Jr. fills the role that Muschamp had initially envisioned for Marcus Lattimore, who was ultimately unable to join the staff due to NCAA rules.

Mount Ida (D-III - MA): Mount Ida College in Newton, MA has an immediate opening for a full-time Quarterback Coach. This is a football only position with full benefits. Responsibilities include assisting the head coach and offensive coordinator in planning and conducting practice sessions, breaking down film, preparing scouting reports, and recruiting student-athletes. Experience playing and/or coaching at the college level is preferred. Please email your resume and references to mchapman@mountida.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants must be willing to start immediately.

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Notre Dame College (D-II - OH): Notre Dame College has an immediate opening for an offensive intern. The intern will work with his own position group (WRs) on the offensive side of the ball and report directly to the offensive coordinator and the head football coach. In addition to coaching a position, the intern will have a designated recruiting area as well as duties assigned by the head coach and coordinator. Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree as well as college playing experience. Preference will be given to candidates with experience playing or coaching WR’s. The position pays a competitive monthly stipend and includes a meal plan as well as potential for housing. Interested and qualified applicants should email resume, cover letter, and list of 3 references to mmental@ndc.edu. No phone calls please.

Indiana Wesleyan (NAIA): Wheaton College (D-III - IL) defensive coordinator Jordan Langs has been named the first head coach of the Indiana Wesleyan program. Langs will finish the 2016 season with the Wheaton program before starting his duties at IWU. Langs has spent the past four seasons on the Wheaton College staff, the past two as the defensive coordinator. At 27 years old, Langs is one of the youngest college head football coaches in the country.

King's College (D-III - PA): King’s College has an opening for a defensive restricted earnings position. Position includes coaching OLBs, running all positional meetings, film breakdown using HUDL, own recruiting area, and other duties assigned by the head coach and defensive coordinator. Stipend is $9,000, affordable housing provided, and some meals are included. Position is 10 months, starting immediately. Send all materials to jefferyknarr@kings.edu. No phone calls please.

Feather River (JC - CA): The defensive assistant position at Feather River has been filled and the program is no longer accepting applicants. Thanks for the overwhelming interest in the position.

Detroit Lions: Texas A&M Commerce (D-II) secondary coach Darren Garrigan was selected to serve as a Bill Walsh Minority Fellow with the Lions, per source.

Eastern Illinois: Head coach Kim Dameron has completed his staff with the following additions for the 2016 season; former Tulsa offensive coordinator Greg Peterson (WRs), Keith Scott (LBs), Tyler Stevens (RBs), Greg Carroll (huskies).

Slippery Rock (D-II - PA): Per source, Quindell Dean has been promoted to defensive backs coach and Michael Grata will coach the defensive line this fall.

Louisville: Chris Klenakis, who was promoted to co-offensive coordinator this spring, has more than doubled his salary from last season according to the Courier-Journal. Klenakis made $300,000 last year as the offensive line coach, and will make $607,500 with his promotion to co-offensive coordinator. Also, co-offensvie coordinator / wide receivers coach Lonnie Galloway is making $607,500 annually as part of a three-year deal.

Shippensburg (D-II - PA): Former longtime assistant coach Chance Powell, who spent over a decade with the program, has joined the Trinity HS (PA) as offensive coordinator.