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Sunday November 22, 2009

Youngstown State: Jon Heacock will not return as head coach.

Northeastern: Northeastern has announced it will dropping football.

Memphis: Washington Redskins defensive assistante Jerry Gray interviewed for the Memphis job. The Memphis Commercial-Appeal says Larry Porter is the leading candidate.

Lindsey Wilson College: is accepting applications for a graduate assistant football coach (wide receivers). Previous playing or coaching experience at the wide receiver position is preferred. Lindsey Wilson College is a member of the Mid-South Conference of the NAIA, and will begin a new intercollegiate football program during the 2010 season. This position will begin during January of 2010. Compensation includes graduate tuition, housing, meals, and a stipend. To apply: submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for 3 professional references to: Chris Oliver, Head Football Coach via email at: . No phone calls please.

Olivet College (MI): One of our sources has informed us that Olivet College head coach Dominec Livedoti has resigned.

Princeton: FootballScoop has learned that Roger Hughes has been dismissed as head coach.

Western Kentucky: According to one report, Alabama offensive cooridnator Jim McElwain and Chicago Bears assistant Darryl Drake are interested in the WKU job.