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Sunday December 4, 2011

Sunday December 4, 2011

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Georgia: AD Greg McGarity said tonight that he plans on sitting down with Mark Richt "later this week or soon thereafter" to discuss an extension. 

Colorado State: Steve Fairchild will receive his base salary ($350,000) through 2012 as stipulated in his agreement. 

South Alabama (FCS): Sources tell us South Alabama offensive coordinator Greg Gregory will not return. 

Clemson: Dabo just came out and said they have agreed to a new contract with Chad Morris to keep him at Clemson. No details yet; but we hear he can afford to take his grad assistants to the steakhouse. 

Colorado State: We hear that secondary coach Tim Duffie will be named the interim head coach.

Tulane: Sources tell us to look for an announcement tomorrow morning. Multiple sources now confirm to us that New Orleans Saints wide receivers coach Curtis Johnson will be the new head coach. 

University of Minnesota Crookston (DII): The University Of Minnesota Crookston is seeking applicants for the position of offensive coordinator. Please direct inquiries and resumes to Paul Miller (Head Football Coach) email: mill4195@umn.edu.

Fresno State: We have learned that Pat Hill was just told that he has been relieved of his responsibilities. 

Texas A&M: Tim DeRuyter is serving as the interim head coach. 

Tulane: We hear Tulane will announce their new head coach either today or tomorrow. Will have more information soon. 

Colorado State: We hear J.D. Brookhart will get a good look at Colorado State. 

UNC: We are hearing that UNC is also very high on Larry Fedora (who is also in the mix at Kansas we're told). 

Ohio State: Clemson AD Terry Don Phillips just stated that he's well aware of Ohio State's interest in Chad Morris. It sounds like Clemson will do enough to keep him from Ohio State; but there are others out there that are looking at Morris as a head coaching candidate. 

Colorado State: Steve Fairchild has been released. 

North Carolina: Sources tell us Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun is a guy that impresses North Carolina AD Bubba Cunningham. 

Tulane: Multiple sources in NOLA have confirmed to us that Tulane offered the job again to Todd Monken this morning. Did not work out. 

Nebraska: We hear that defensive line coach John Papuchis will be promoted to defensive coordinator.

Ohio State: Former Buckeye assistant coach Joe Daniels has lost his battle with cancer. Please keep his family in your thoughts.

South Dakota: We hear former Wyoming head coach Joe Glenn will be announced as the new head coach at South Dakota on Monday. Glenn most recently coached in 2008 as the head coach at Wyoming.

FAU: A local FAU website is reporting that the other finalists were Eddie Gran (FSU) and Gary Nord (Purdue). Carl Pelini will be introduced tomorrow as the new head coach. We hear his phone has been blowing up. 

Dirk Koetter: We hear the "search" guys keep bringing Dirk's name up. 

Mike Martz: Adam Schefter just tweeted that Mike Martz is not expected to return to Chicago when his contract expires at the end of this season. He added "colleges could be in play". Honestly, we haven't heard of an administration seriously considering him. 

Arizona: We hear Pitt's tight ends / recruiting coordinator Tony Dews, co-offensive coordinator / running backs coach Calvin Magee and secondary coach Tony Gibson are all locked in to join Rich Rod in Arizona. All three with with Rich at Michigan. 

UCLA: Jim Mora Jr., Steve Mariucci and Tom Cable have all expressed interest in speaking with UCLA. We have been told the university plans to speak with former defensive coordinator and current New Mexico State head coach DeWayne Walker. 

Tennesse: We are told Tee Martin has decided to stay in Lexington. 

Southeastern Louisiana: Sources tell us the University is interested in Ron Roberts, head coach at Delta State. With yesterday's win, once again, Roberts has his team in the D-II semifinals.