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The Scoop - Wednesday May 10, 2017

Wednesday May 10, 2017

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Please join us in praying for longtime ESPN personality Chris Berman and his family. Chris' wife Kathy died in a car crash Tuesday. We also ask that you keep the families of all involved in the accident in your prayers.

North Dakota (FCS): The University of North Dakota has an opening for an offensive intern. Position runs from end of July to end of December. Inquiry to offensive coordinator Paul.rudolph@athletics.und.edu. No phone calls please.

American International College (D-II - MA): American International College has a second opening for a graduate assistant coach. Candidates should have playing/coaching experience in the Northeast. Individual will be responsible for coaching their own position. This position will have extensive film breakdown responsibilities using Hudl, as well as their own recruiting area. This is essentially a full time coaching position and will cover graduate school, housing, & a stipend. Candidates with Strength & Conditioning background/certification may be preferred. Admission to graduate school is required. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license ready for insurance screening. Please send resume and cover letter to assistant head coach Kris Kulzer at Kristofer.kulzer@aic.edu.

Quincy (D-II - IL): Quincy has an opening for an offensive coordinator/ QBs coach. Start date is immediate. Candidate is responsible for coordinating the offense his position group and full time recruiting area. Salary range is $35 - $40K. Please email cover letter, resume, and references to Associate Head Coach Khanis Hubbard at hubbakh@quincy.edu.

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New Mexico Military (JC): New Mexico Military Institute is seeking applicants for an assistant defensive backs coach. This is a seasonal position and will have all the responsibilities, expectations, and hours of a full time position coach. $3000 plus room and board. Please send resume to head coach Joe Forchtner at jamesf@nmmi.edu. No phone calls, please.

Missouri Valley (NAIA): Missouri Valley is seeking applicants or undergraduate student-assistant coaching positions working on either side of the ball. These positions are intended for individuals who are trying to finish up their undergraduate education. Individuals will receive a scholarship package covering a percentage of tuition, room, and board. Position includes but is not limited to: working with an offensive or defensive position group (will determine based off the strength of applicants), assisting with aspects of special teams, video editing (HUDL), on-campus recruiting responsibilities, computer skills, and other duties assigned by the Head Coach. Previous equipment management, football coaching or playing experience is a plus. All interested applicants should email resume and references to offensive coordinator Bryan Hiller at hillerb@moval.edu. No phone calls please.

Quincy (D-II - IL): Quincy is now accepting applicants for one offensive grad assistant position (WRs or OL). Expected starting date is July, 2017. Compensation includes tuition and a $5,000 stipend. Job duties include coaching a position, full time recruiting area, video analysis and any other responsibilities as assigned by the head coach. Qualified candidates must apply and gain admittance into the Master’s program of Educational Leadership, Educational Counseling or Business Administration prior to being interviewed. Minimum requirements are a 3.0+ GPA and a score of 380+ on the MAT. Please apply online to the graduate program at www.quincy.edu and email a resume, cover letter and 3 references to Associate Head Football coach Khanis Hubbard at hubbakh@quincy.edu. Review of applicants will begin immediately and preference will be given to candidates who apply immediately. No phone calls please.

William & Mary (FCS - VA): William & Mary has an opening for a Running Backs Coach. This is a full-time position with benefits. To be considered you must apply using the link below. For complete job description and application please visit https://jobs.wm.edu/postings/28054. If you have any questions please email Bill Cole at wjcole@wm.edu.

Indianapolis Colts: Morocco Brown, who has worked in personnel with the Redskins and Browns, is expected to join GM Chris Ballard's staff, per Ian Rapoport. Albert Breer adds that Brown will serve as college director of player personnel and Kevin Rogers will stay on board as pro director of player personnel.

Texas: Regents have approved contracts for Tom Herman's assistants, via the Austin American-Statesman -- defensive coordinator Todd Orlando, 3 years, $1.09 million annually; offensive coordinator Tim Beck, 3 years, $790,000; safeties coach Craig Naivar ($490,000); running backs coach Stan Drayton ($485,000); strength coach Yancy McKnight ($425,000); defensive line coach Oscar Giles ($390,000); offensive line coach Derek Warehime ($390,000); and wide receivers coach Drew Mehringer ($340,000). McKnight and the position coaches signed 2-year deals.

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SUNY Cortland (D-III - NY): SUNY Cortland is hiring a part time salary position to coach outside linebackers. Other responsibilities will include: recruitment, assisting in practice and game planning, video breakdown, and other responsibilities as assigned by the Head Coach. Experience playing and/or coaching at the college level required in addition to proficiency in Microsoft Viso and Hudl. Very limited salary position, $5,000 annually, with one academic course per semester available (including winter and summer sessions). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. If interested please forward resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to Mike Discenza at Michael.discenza@cortland.edu.

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Aurora (D-III - IL): Aurora is no longer accepting applicants for their graduate assistant position. Thanks for the overwhelming interest.

NFL: Alberto Riveron has been announced as the new senior VP of officiating, Russell Yurk is the VP of instant replay and administration, and Wayne Mackie will serve as VP of officiating evaluation and development.

Northwestern State (FCS - LA): Kyle Manley, who has been on staff since 2013, most recently coaching the quarterbacks, has been promoted to offensive coordinator.

Crown (D-III - MN): Crown College is seeking applicants for an offensive intern coach (quarterbacks preferred, but open to the best offensive fit). Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: coaching your own position group, video editing/breakdown, offensive administrative duties and recruiting. This position includes a stipend, but no housing, benefits or meals are provided at this time. Crown College is a 4 year Christian college. The successful candidate must be able to articulate and reflect Christian principles and values. All interested candidates should email cover letter including a statement of faith, resume, and list of references to offensive coordinator Matt Bremer at bremerm@crown.edu.

North Carolina Wesleyan (D-III): NC Wesleyan is no longer accepting applications for their offensive skill intern position. Thanks for the overwhelming response.

Independence CC (JC - KS): Independence Community College currently has several coaching intern positions available. The successful candidates will be a detailed oriented, preferably a college graduate and possess previous college playing and/or coaching experience. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in practice and game planning, video breakdown and analysis with DVSport and Hudl, recruiting, academic oversight, and coaching their own position group. There are openings on both offense and defense. There is no compensation at this time, but the positions do include housing & meals. The positions must have a backgrounds in either WR or QB play and have college playing experience. We are looking to hire a WR (Slots/TE’s) and a QB coach. Someone highly motivated, computer literate and very detail oriented. Must have some type of video or film breakdown experience. You will also recruit an area and have many other duties assigned by the Head Coach. Interested and qualified applicants should email cover letter, resume, and list of 3 references to Jason Brown at jbrown@indycc.edu. No phone calls please.

Independence CC (KS): Independence is seeking a director for football operations/development. This position will coordinate and execute all aspects of Independence Community College Pirate Club annual fundraising efforts, along with planning travel, hotels, meals and assist with being the football staff’s liaison with administration, which include several detailed duties. External relations and planning are a part of this position. In collaboration with Assistant Athletic Director for Development and the Head Football Coach, this position will manage strategy for leadership and donors including identification, cultivation and stewardship. This position is 10 month, non-paying position that offers housing and meals. Previous experience is a plus but looking for someone who is highly motivated, self-starter with ability to manage multiple projects and priorities. This is strictly a fundraising, and Football Operations position and is a non-coaching position. This position could lead to a paying position down the line. The 2nd & 3rd positions must have a backgrounds in either WR or QB play and have college playing experience. We are looking to hire a WR (Slots/TE’s) and a QB coach. Someone highly motivated, computer literate and very detail oriented. Must have some type of video or film breakdown experience. You will also recruit an area and have many other duties assigned by the Head Coach. Interested and qualified applicants should email cover letter, resume, and list of 3 references to Jason Brown at jbrown@indycc.edu. No phone calls please.

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