Sunday January 26, 2014
Sam Houston State: Sources tell us Slippery Rock offensive coordinator Phil Longo will be the new offensive coordinator.
Whitworth (D-III - WA): Rogers HS (WA) head coach Matt Miethe has joined Rod Sandberg's staff and will coach the offensive line.
New Haven: According to the New Haven Register, Slippery Rock associate head coach / defensive coordinator Shawn Lutz will interview for the head coaching job at New Haven.
UNLV: Head coach Bobby Hauck's new agreement was approved yesterday (was previously announced). Under the new agreement which runs through the 2016 season, Hauck will earn over $700,000 per season.
Kentucky: In December, Kentucky let us know that they had promoted tight ends coach Vince Marrow and added the "recruiting coordinator" title. Kyle Tucker who covers Kentucky added details yesterday. Marrow received a $100,000 raise, going from $175,000 to $275,000 as part of a new contract that runs through June 2016. Tucker has a look at all of the UK football coaches' salaries here.
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Cincinnati: With AD Whit Babcock leaving for the same position at Virginia Tech, senior associate director of athletics Desiree Reed-Francois has been named interim athletic director.
Buffalo: Sources tell us former South Florida defensive coordinator Chris Cosh will be the new defensive line coach at Buffalo.
Wisconsin: Gary Andersen has received a one year extension (now under contract through January 2019).
Miami Dolphins: Former Tampa director of player personnel Dennis Hickey will be the new general manager of the Dolphins per Armando Salguero and now confirmed by many.
Stanford: Sources tell us 49ers outside linebackers coach Peter Hansen will be the new inside linebackers coach at Stanford.
Washington Redskins: The Redskins have hired North Carolina running backs coach Randy Jordan in the same capacity per Chick Hernandez who covers the Redskins.