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Thursday November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving!

Georgia Southern: We are hearing that Georgia Southern has offered the job to GA Tech assistant Jeff Monken. Monken coaches the slot backs and serves as the special teams coordinator at Tech. He is a former GSU assistant under Paul Johnson. If Monken accepts, it will be interesting to see if Paul Johnson asks corners coach Charles Kelly to assume the special teams coordinator position. Kelly did a fine job as the special teams coordinator under Chan Gailey.

Colorado: Dan Hawkins will return as head coach. Colorado's AD confirmed today.

University of Redlands: Assist the Head Coach and coordinators with all aspects of a NCAA Division III football program including compliance with NCAA, conference, and university rules and regulations, student recruitment, contest scheduling, summer camp coaching, team position coaching and other duties as assigned. Teaching of activity courses within the Department of Physical Education may be assigned. Bachelor's and admission to the School of Education graduate program at the University of Redlands is required. Graduate school information can be found at http://www.redlands.edu/x4419.asp Previous participation and/or coaching experience preferred. The successful candidate will have a clear understanding of the NCAA Division III philosophy and the role of athletics within a private, liberal arts academic setting. This is a 12-month appointment. Graduate School tuition remission, academic year meal plan, and a $450 monthly stipend are provided. Student insurance is available. The position will remain open until filled. Forward letter of application describing interest and qualifications for the position, resume, and names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least three professional references to: E-mail: bulldogfootball@redlands.edu Please direct your questions to Coach Lucore, phone: 909-793-2121 ext. 4853. Located in an ethnically and culturally diverse region midway between Los Angeles and Palm Springs, the University of Redlands is a private, selective, liberal arts university. The university sponsors 21 intercollegiate sports for men and women and is a member of NCAA Division III and the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The University of Redlands is an Equal Opportunity Employer and as such, encourages women and members of underrepresented groups to apply for our Graduate Assistant appointments.