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The Scoop

Sunday January 11, 2009

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Boston College: We hear East Carolina head coach Skip Holtz will interview. We hear Boston College AD Gene DeFilippo has talked with Florida offensive coordinator Steve Addazio.

Chicago Bears: Former Detroit Lions head coach Rod Marinelli is the new assistant head coach / defensive line coach with the Bears.

Eastern Michigan: Our sources tell us head coach Ron English has offered the wide receivers job to Appalachian State wide receivers coach A.C. Carter.

Georgia: Wide receivers coach John Eason will move into an administrative position, assuming the role of football operations. Running backs coach Tony Ball will now coach the wide receivers. Offensive graduate assistant Bryan McClendon has been promoted to running backs coach.

Kansas: Bill Miller will be joining the Kansas staff as co-defensive coordinator. Miller was just recently promoted to defensive coordinator at Louisville, having replaced Ron English.

Miami: Despite internet reports, our sources tell us Houston offensive coordinator Dana Holgerson is not a candidate.

NY Jets: We hear the Jets have interviewed Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh.

San Francisco 49ers: Mike Singletary will interview Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski for the offensive coordinator position.

Seattle Seahawks: Former Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Joe Barry is set to become the new linebackers coach in Seattle. Former NY Jets defensive line coach Dan Quinn will be the defensive line coach in Seattle. Tampa Bay linebackers coach Casey Bradley will be the defensive coordinator.

Wisconsin: Check the DFO Scoop


Black Hills State University: will be accepting applications for the position of Assistant Football Coach. The coaching emphasis requires experience and expertise in the positions of quarterback and wide receiver. Responsibilities include assisting the Head Coach in directing all aspects of a highly competitive football program including compliance with NAIA, Conference, and University rules and regulations; recruitment of qualified student-athletes; and retention of student-athletes. Other responsibilities may include instruction within the Division of Physical Education and Health and/or administrative duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics. Master's degree in physical education or related field preferred. This is a full-time, 9-month non-tenure appointment. Salary is based on experience. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Anticipated starting date is mid-January, 2009. Black Hills State University is an equal opportunity employer. The closing date will be January 16, 2009. All interested Applicants must apply through the South Dakota Board of Regents at the following link:

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