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Sunday February 15, 2009

Arkansas-Monticello: Our sources tell us that offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Matt Middleton and wide receivers coach Dan Fodrocy have both resigned.

Arizona State: We hear Arizona State safeties coach / recruiting coordinator Matt Lubick has added the title of assistant head coach. Jamie Christian moves from running backs to special teams coordinator / tight ends. Offensive graduate assistant Bryce Erickson has been promoted to running backs coach.

Arizona Cardinals: We hear linebackers coach Bill Davis will be promoted to defensive coordinator.

Auburn: Running backs coach Curtis Luper will serve as recruiting coordinator.

Ball State: We hear Daryl Dixon has joined the staff as secondary coach.

Carolina Panthers: Brian Baker has joined the Carolina Panthers' staff as defensive line coach.

Cleveland Browns: Rutgers University running backs coach Gary Brown has joined the Browns' staff as running backs coach.

Kansas City Chiefs: We hear former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gary Gibbs could soon join the Chiefs staff.

Maryville College (TN): Former Northeastern assistant Luke Ewalt has been hired as secondary coach. Offensive line coach Jim Elliot has been promoted to offensive coordinator. Shaun Hayes will move from secondary coach to quarterbacks. Hayes will also now serve as recruiting coordinator.

Montana: Head coach Bobby Hauck has signed a new 1-year contract.

Notre Dame: Head coach Charlie Weis has announced that he will assume the role of offensive coordinator. Defensive coordinator Corwin Brown will now carry the titles of co-defensive coordinator / associate head coach. Jon Tenuta will hold the title of co-defensive coordinator and will call the plays. We hear former Washington Huskies' defensive line coach Randy Hart will join the Irish staff as defensive line coach.

Presbyterian College: Former Furman special teams coordinator / corners coach Tom Evangelista has been hired as defensive coordinator. Jeff Wilson has joined the staff as a defensive assistant.

San Jose State: Former San Joes Sabercats offensive coordinator Terry Malley has been hired to coach the quarterbacks.

Stanford: Running backs coach Willie Taggert will remain at Stanford after interviewing with the Cleveland Browns.

Wisconsin: Check the DFO Scoop on the bottom right hand side of the homepage.


Baldwin-Wallace: Assistant Football Coach: Defensive Coordinator & Coordinator Sport, Coaching Interns & Events Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. Under the direct supervision of the Athletic Director and Head Football Coach; plan, oversee, instruct and implement the defensive strategies, goals and philosophy of the B-W football program as determined by the head coach. Responsible to Head Football Coach for all football related activities and the Athletic Director for coordinating of sport/coaching interns and event management. Under the direction of the head coach works to develop the defensive coaching staff and players for the freshman and varsity programs. In consultation with the head coach will develop clear and attainable expectations for the defensive team. Oversees and coordinates the Coaching Minor internships and the utilization of Sport Management Major Interns and sport management volunteers at various athletic events, activities and contests. For further information and how to apply, go to

Bemidji State University (MN): is currently seeking 3 graduate assistant football coaches for DL, RB's & WR's. Annual salary and benefits include $8,500 & 12 semester credits of tuition, out-of-state fees waived, shared office, computer with internet & e-mail capabilities provided. Offensive Applicants should e-mail resume to Coach Eric Medberry at, DL candidates to Coach Brent Bolte at More info available at and Rich Jahner Assistant Head Football Coach Associate Professor Office: 218-755-3785

Lincoln University: Assistant CoachesLincoln University Jefferson City, Missouri Contact Name: Sue LindseyContact Email: lindseys@lincolnu.eduNotes: POSTED 2/12/2009Responsibilities: Assist the head coach in recruiting, training, and teaching various skills, techniques and aspects in the game of football. General football administrative duties such as film work, film exchange, practice prep and game prep. Various coaching duties may also include class checks and study hall monitoring. Qualifications: Must have a B.S. and at least five years coaching experience, with three years being at the college level. Must be able to travel instate and out of state. Must be able to work long hours in sometimes, extreme weather conditions. Applicant must submit a Lincoln University Employment application, cover letter, current resume, official transcript, and three letters of reference to: Human Resources, Lincoln University 101 Young Hall PO Box 29 Jefferson City, MO 65102 Positions are open until February 23, 2009.

MIT: HEAD FOOTBALL COACH/INSTRUCTOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, MIT Department of Athletics. Will be responsibile for management of all facets of the Football program including but not limited to administration, budget management, fundraising, recruiting, scheduling of competitions, team travel, weekly practice sessions, counseling of students, and compliance with NCAA and conference rules and regulations. Teaching responsibilities include instruction in the required physical education activities program and possibly minimal responsibilities in the strength and conditioning program. Additional responsibilities may include department wide duties as assigned. This is a 10 month full-time appointment. QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of three years of coaching experience preferably at the college/university level. A Bachelor's degree in Physical Education or related field is required. A Master's degree is preferred. Proven experience in recruiting to a highly selective institution desirable. Previous experience in teaching physical education activities is also preferred. Administrative, interpersonal/communication skills and computer skills are essential. Appropriate certifications in First Aid, CPR, AED, and Biohazards are required within 30 days of hire. Employment is conditional upon successful completion of a background check. Application review will begin immediately. Application deadline is February 27, 2009. MIT is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Burbank HS: in Burbank, CA is seeking a Defensive Line Coach. This is a stipend position. Burbank won a playoff game for the 1st time in 81 years last year. We return 9 on O and 7 on D. This position is the final piece to our 2009 coaching staff puzzle. Teaching jobs will become known later but are not part of the position necessarily. If interested please contact Head Coach Ted Amorosi at <>