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Tuesday July 1, 2008

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Randolph-Macon College: Patrick Toohey hired to coach the offensive line. Toohey previously coached at Wartburg College.

South Alabama: Head coach Joey Jones now has only 1 spot remaining to fill on his first staff at South Alabama. Jones has added Kurt Crain to the Jaguar's staff. Crain was supposed to be the defensive coordinator this year for the Birmingham team in the All-American football league, but the league never started.

Wartburg College: Former Wartburg running back, Dan Hammes, hired to coach the running backs.

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Mount Ida College: is looking for a part-time Wide Receivers coach. Mount Ida is a Division 3, private school of 1500 students located just outside of Boston, MA. Job includes a stipend and some meals. Please email resumes to, or by fax to 617-928-4036.

Wartburg College (IA): located in Waverly, IA, invites applicants for an Intern Assistant Football Coach. The position will either coach the defensive line, maintain a recruiting area, and serve as the assistant recruiting coordinator or assistant strength coach. Candidates should possess qualifications that include; a Bachelors Degree, relevant football playing or coaching experience, and a commitment to the welfare and development of student-athletes within the philosophy of NCAA Division III. The position has a contract length of 10 months, will be compensated with a $10,000, offers a limited board plan, and the potential for affordable housing arrangements. Anticipated start date will be no later than July 28, 2008. Although Wartburg does not offer graduate classes, pursuing a graduate degree is possible at local Universities. More information about Wartburg College and Wartburg Football can be found at <> or <> . To apply, submit letter of application, résumé, and phone numbers of three references to Eric Koehler, Head Football Coach. Applications should be submitted via email to Screening of applicants begins immediately, applications accepted until position is filled. Wartburg College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.