The Scoop - Wednesday March 28, 2018

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Wednesday March 28, 2018

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Michigan: Former offensive coordinator Tim Drevno was paid a $250,000 separation agreement upon leaving the staff, according to Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press.

Mike Singletary: The former 49ers head coach has accepted the head job at a Dallas-area high school.

The NFL wants to revamp the kickoff to make it safer... or it will eliminate the kickoff altogether.

Memphis: Former Oregon State and Utah State defensive coordinator Kevin Clune has been announced as a senior defensive assistant.

UConn: UConn Football is seeking applicants for a graduate assistant coach, must have a 3.0 undergraduate GPA, please email resumes and an unofficial transcript to Ryan.Steinberg@uconn.edu. No phone calls please.

A high school coach has told Eastern Michigan that they're no longer welcome at his school after athletics cut the wrestling program

Mike Leach: A reported asked Mike Leach for marriage advice....Leach was not shy in offering his thoughts.

Concordia Moorhead (D-III - MN): Concordia College Moorhead is looking to fill the first weekend in September in both ’19 and ’20. Would prefer to travel in ’19 and host in ’20. Please contact Head Football Coach Terry Horan horant@cord.edu if interested.

Abilene Christian (FCS - TX): Abilene Christian University located in Abilene, Texas has an immediate opening for a volunteer defensive assistant position, preferably with experience working with the back 7. This is strictly a VOLUNTEER position; there is NO compensation, housing OR benefits. Position includes, but is not limited to: assisting with a defensive position on the field and in the meeting room, video editing/coordinating, film sharing, manage and direct offensive scout team, weekly data input, weekly analytics, and other duties assigned by the head coach. Ideal candidates are super-organized and have extreme knowledge in Hudl/video editing, proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and other computer skills. All interested and qualified applicants should email resume and references to tremaine.jackson@acu.edu. No phone calls please.

MIT (D-III - MA): Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a nationally recognized university in Cambridge, MA, is seeking applicants for 2 Intern assistant coach positions (1 offense / 1 defense). The positions are from August until January. Duties include, but are not limited to, coaching a position, assisting with practice and game planning, film duties, academic monitoring, recruiting and any other duties assigned by the head coach. Bachelor's Degree Required. Previous coaching and/or playing experience required. Compensation for each position will be a stipend of up to $5,000. There is no housing, meals or benefits included, so Boston area applicants are preferred. This position requires evening and weekend work. If interested, please email head coach Brian Bubna at bbubna@mit.edu No phone calls please. MIT is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer. MIT is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive culture to best support our faculty and staff, students and student-athletes. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.

Utica College (D-III - NY): Utica College has a part-time, assistant football coach position, 9 months (Aug to April), $9,000 stipend. Position will assist Head Coach with various facets of a varsity and JV sports program including Varsity Offensive Line or Tight Ends coaching. Apply via this link.

Dick Lebeau: Watch one of the best defensive coordinators football has ever seen, and a future NFL Hall of Famer, sing at a Nashville dive bar with a guitar in hand.

Alcorn State (FCS - MS): Per source, run game coordinator / offensive line coach Ryan Stanchek is expected to be promoted to offensive coordinator. Stanchek has been on staff since 2014.

Nebraska strength coach Zach Duval’s message to players: It’s the coaches’ job to bring in better talent than you

Peyton Manning: Manning has turned down the opportunity to become the lead game analyst for Fox, according to the New York Post.

USA Football: High school football teams often get creative when it comes to celebrating their player’s greatest feats. This high school in Oklahoma was no different when it came to celebrating player Jackson Lilly’s ultimate personal record – beating cancer.

Why playing high school football is great preparation for sports at the college level, according to a college baseball coach

Westminster College (D-III - PA): Westminster College is looking to fill week 1 of 2019. Preferably a geographically close D3 opponent.The game can be played either home or away but prefer home game for us. Interested programs can contact benzelsr@westminster.edu.

Head coaching changes: 2017-18 NFL & college head coaching changes.