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Tuesday June 9, 2009

Urbana: Former Georgia grad assistant John Shingler is the new linebackers coach at Urbana.

Livingstone College: Defensive line coach Corey McCloud has been promoted to special teams coordinator.

Marshall: Kyle Lingerfelt has accepted the director of high school relations position.

Ouachita Baptist: FootballScoop has confirmed that Midwestern State University safeties coach Adam Olson has just accepted the defensive backs job at Ouachita Baptist.

High School Coaches: If you have yet to update your contact info, please take 2 minutes to do so.

Rochester Community and Technical College: Our sources have told us that former Concord University and Iowa Area CC assistant coach Kyle Barnes has accepted the offensive coordinator job.

SUNY-Cortland: Former Minnesota assistant Greg Roskos has joined the staff as offensive coordinator. Jason Rebrovich has joined the staff as defensive coordinator / strength coach. Also, former Concord College assistant Ola Adams has accepted the safeties job.


Central Carolina Sports Academy: has an opening for a restricted earnings Assistant Coaching position. The opening is for a offensive skilled position or running backs coach. This will include coaching a position group, recruiting your own area, other in-office duties, and will begin August 1, 2009. The position pays an annual salary of $5,000 and will include housing. E-mail cover letter, resume, and references directly to

Midwestern State University: (IN ADDITION TO THE OFFENSIVE POSITION) Located in Wichita Falls, TX is a NCAA Division II University in the Lone Star Conference is seeking qualified applicants for a restricted earnings position coaching a defensive skill (CB or S) position. Position includes coaching, administrative duties assigned by the Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator. Knowledge of Webb Video Editing System preferred. Coaching or playing experience at NCAA Div. I, Div. I-AA or Div. II preferred. Bachelor's degree required. Salary includes a stipend and a tuition benefit. Please fax (940) 613-0187 or email a cover letter, resume and 3 references to and carbon copy Head Coach Bill Maskill and Defensive Coordinator Rich Renner

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We think it's interesting that 16 programs are using 2 full-time assistants to coach the offensive line.

Army: Bill Tripp & Gene McKeehan

Clemson: Danny Pearman & Brad Scott

GA Tech: Mike Sewak & Todd Spencer

Hawaii: Gordon Shaw & Brian Smith

Indiana: Bobby Johnson & Kyle Connor

Kansas: John Reagan & Brandon Blaney

ULL: Ron Hudson & Troy Wingerter

Marshall: Mike Cummings & Phil Ratliff

Navy: Chris Culton & Ashley Ingram

Nevada: Chris Klenakis & Cameron Norcross

New Mexico: Cheston Blackshire & Mike Degory

Penn State: Dick Anderson & Bill Kenney

South Florida: Larry Scott & Mike Simmonds

Temple: Andrew Dees & Ed Foley

Tennessee: Jim Chaney & James Cregg

UNLV: David Bernardi & Keith Uperesa

Plenty of programs have the offensive GA assistant the offensive line coach. We are interested in hearing from you regarding your thoughts on the best Grad Assistant offensive line coaches. Email us to let us know of an up and coming young offensive line coach.