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Wednesday January 21, 2009

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Alabama: Reports are the Nick Saban is interested in South Carolina defensive line coach Brad Lawing.

Delaware: We hear there is an offensive coordinator position open.

Fresno State: We hear defensive line coach Kerry Locklin could be heading to Kansas. Head coach Pat Hill is in the process of hiring his 5th offensive coordinator in the past five years after Doug Nussmeier accepted a position on the Washington staff.

Houston Texans: Buffalo Bills assistant Bill Kollar will join the Texans' staff as defensive line coach.

Indiana State: Our sources tell us that offensive coordinator Bill Diedrick, offensive line coach Ted Unbehagen, and defensive backs coach Edmund Jones have all left the program. Head coach Trent Miles apparently has replacements in line.

Miami: We hear head coach Randy Shannon has interest in 2 coaches to replace defensive coordinator Bill Young, who accepted a position at Oklahoma State yesterday. Shannon will likely talk with Notre Dame head defensive coach Jon Tenuta and Dallas Cowboys linebackers coach Reggie Herring. If Shannon can't get the right guy, don't be surprised to see the head coach take on the role of defensive coordinator next season.

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Minnesota: Our sources tell us former Broncos and Ravens assistant Jedd Fisch will accept the offensive coordinator position under Tim Brewster. Fisch worked hand in hand constructing the offensive game plans in Baltimore with Brian Billick.

South Florida: Offensive coordinator Greg Gregory was told last Saturday night that he was "relieved from his duties as offensive coordinator" after Gregory told head coach Jim Leavitt he was going to interview at Florida for the tight ends position. Leavitt did not use the word "fired." As of now, Leavitt still considers Gregory a member of his staff.

Thiel College: is no longer accepting applications for the 2 intern positions.

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Alfred University: is currently accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant football coaching position . It is a Wide Receiver's position and applicants must have experience coaching or playing Wide Receiver or Quarterback. Education is the main graduate program offered to Graduate Assistants at Alfred University. Interested applicants should mail a resume to: Alfred University Football (Attention: Bob Rankl), McLane Center, Saxon Drive Alfred, NY 14802