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The Scoop - Wednesday November 16, 2016

Wednesday November 16, 2016

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Florida State: Jimbo Fisher, addressing speculation about his name circulating for other jobs, stated today, "I love being at Florida State. I plan on being here...and no offense to anybody or anything else, that's just what I'm going to do."

23 areas that quarterbacks need to focus on daily in order to reach their full potential

Quincy University (D-II - IL): Quincy University is accepting applications for 2 offensive graduate assistant positions coaching wide receivers & running backs and 1 defensive graduate assistant position coaching defensive backs. Expected starting date is January 3, 2017. Compensation includes tuition, housing, meal plan, $2,000 stipend and other perks given by the HFC. Job duties include full time coaching position, full time recruiting area, video analysis, special teams coaching, strength & conditioning 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 head coach Tom Pajic at pajicth@quincy.edu. Review of applicants will begin immediately and preference will be given to candidates who apply immediately.

Warner (NAIA - FL): Warner University is looking to fill an open date on September 16th, 2017. We would prefer an NAIA opponent but are open to other possibilities. If interested, please contact Bob Urwin at bob.urwin@warner.edu.

FIU: According to the Associated Press, Butch Davis will make about $1 million annually and (as others have also reported) will have a five-year deal.

Purdue: According to Alex Marvez, former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Greg Olson has interviewed for the vacant head coaching job. Olson, who was let go in Jacksonville about a month ago, has prior history with the Boilermakers, coaching Drew Brees and the Purdue quarterbacks from 1997-2000.

GoRout: Football will change forever - Tonight. GoRout.com will livestream their big announcement tonight at 8ET and we will have a recap thereafter. For now, a glimpse into the future...

https://youtu.be/LJzXALZuDY0

Six quarterbacks? No problem. The story of Coastal Carolina's insane, 8-2 season.

USA Football National Conference:The nation’s largest annual gathering of high school & youth football stakeholders will occur January 27th – 29th in Orlando, FL at the Pro Bowl. Take your coaching standard to the next level:

  • Network with some of the nation’s elite high school coaches & administrators
  • Learn from some of the top minds in football
  • Access to sessions on sports nutrition, strength & conditioning, program building and position specific development
  • An immersive football experience

See the full schedule and register today!

Arizona Rattlers (Indoor): The Arizona Rattlers are looking for their next coaching interns. This is an unpaid position. In this role, interns will assist in the breakdown of opponents defensive fronts and coverages, break down offensive formation and plays of upcoming opponents, aid in the evaluation of previous games by grading offensive and defensive personnel, assist with position drills during practice, type, print and laminate hand out practice scripts to coaches, staff and interns. Must be available Our successful program has bread multiple job opportunities for our interns at the NFL, College level and related fields. If you have a strong passion for learning how to coach and work with a professional football team please submit both a cover letter and resume. Email resumes to scouting@azrattlers.com. No phone calls please!

Warm Up: Politician channels Bill Belichick during interview, perfect signal for the fake spike, and a very convincing case for Western Michigan. Wednesdays One Minute Warm Up.

2016-17 College Head Coaching Changes