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Monday February 22, 2010

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FIU: Our sources tell us FIU defensive line coach Carey Goddette has resigned. We hear at least 2 interviews have already been setup for this week.

LSU: Our sources tell us LSU head coach Les Miles is being very thorough in the interview process for the tight ends position. We have heard that Miles has talked with several candidates and interviewed four candidates in person. Our source tells us that Central Florida tight ends coach Tim Salem will interview tomorrow.

Florida: We hear New Hampshire director of football operations Mark Deleone has joined the Gators' staff as an offensive grad assistant. We are not sure if Deleone will serve as the offensive GA or the offensive quality control.

LA Tech: Trey Haverty will serve as a defensive grad assistant at LA Tech.

UCLA: Corners coach Carnell Lake has resigned.

Maryland: Colorado equipment manager Bush Hamdan joined the Maryland staff last week as an offensive intern.

Grad Assistant Flip Chart: The FootballScoop Grad Assistant Flip Chart has been updated with several changes. Check it out on our homepage.

LA Tech: We hear two former Texas Tech players will be joining the LA Tech staff under Sonny Dykes. Our source tells us former TCU grad assistant Trey Haverty and former Navarro College defensive backs coach Kevin Curtis will be joining the staff. Both played ball at Texas Tech. We have learned that Curtis will coach the corners. Haverty will serve as a grad assistant.

Monday: Coaches Quick Hits

Marietta College: Marietta, OH, Intern Assistant coach. The position will be serving on the offensive side of the ball. The position includes coaching a position, strength & conditioning, recruiting, use of digital editing system, and other administrative duties as assigned by the head coach and coordinator. The position will begin ASAP. Coaching or playing experience at the collegiate preferred. Candidates should email resume to: or fax to Jeff Filkovski @ (740) 376-4440. No phone calls please.

Worchester Polytechnic Institute: is not accepting any more resumes for the intern position.

Arizona Cardinals: There is a report thatn Donnie Henderson will be the new defensive backs coach at Arizona. Henderson served as a volunteer assistant for the California UFL franchise.

Middle Tennessee State: Rivals' Tom Dienhart reports that Rick Stockstill has talked with Gregg Brandon about the offensive coordinator position.

CW Post: We have learned that former Nassau CC offensive coordinator Joe Osevet has accepted the wide receivers job at CW Post University.

Alabama: Hoover HS defensive coordinator Kevin Sheerer will be joining the Alabama staff in an off-the-field role. We have not confirmed the exact position, but Sheerer could be filling the director of player development role that Jeremy Pruitt once held.

East Stroudsburg University: is seeking a full time Assistant Football Coach to coach Defensive Backs, Special Teams Coordinator, and Travel Coordinator. Responsibilities also include video breakdowns, recruiting and spring practice. Other duties may be assigned by the Head Football Coach. As part of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education, ESU offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits. Qualifications: Bachelors Degree required. A broad knowledge of the game of Football. Experience in coaching Defensive Backs. Experience in coaching Special Teams. Proven ability to effectively recruit student athletes from diverse backgrounds. Demonstrated computer abilities. Demonstrated knowledge of video breakdowns (Apex preferred). Work effectively in all segments of the Football Program. Masters Degree preferred. Experience at the College level coaching football preferred. Knowledge of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference and NCAA Division II preferred. Annual salary: $32,500. Final selection will be based upon a successful interview and background check. All candidates must furnish proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. at the time of employment. To apply online by March 4, 2010, please visit: Only online applications accepted.

Wagner College: a NCAA FCS member of the NEC in Staten Island, is accepting applications for the position of Football Video Operator / Assistant Football Game Operations Graduate Assistant. The successful candidate will handle all filming needs for the Seahawk Football team including games, practices, and other team functions. Duties include but are not limited to creation of highlight films, editing of game film, and film exchange. This position will assist with the day to day operations of the Football Team, assists with team travel arrangements, helps oversee recruiting budgets, coordinates official visits and other duties as assigned by the Head Football Coach. A Bachelor's Degree is required along with some experience with video editing systems and/or coaching. Compensation includes tuition, graduate housing, and a campus meal plan. To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and list of three references to Brendan Fahey, Associate Athletic Director at

West Georgia: We are hearing that Daryl Dickey has offered the wide receivers job to former Florida State player Dominic Robinson. We also hear that Dickey is close to hiring his new offensive coordinator.

Cornell: We have heard that former Jacksonville University defensive coordinator Ron McCrone has accepted the defensive coordinator job at Cornell.

Ohio State: We have heard that Ohio State offered a grad assistant position to North Carolina offensive grad assistant Wes Satterfield.

Old Dominion: Head coach Bobby Wilder officially signed his contract extension through 2014.

Washington State: Former Oregon AD Bill Moos has been offered the AD position at Wazzu.

Miami (FL): The Palm Beach Post reports that Miami has offered a 3-year extension with a modest raise to head coach Randy Shannon. Shannon is heading into the last year of his contract. Interestingly, the report says, "Shannon has yet to accept that offere, and based on what we've been hearing, we don't expect the coach to accept it any time in the near future." Shannon made $1 million last season.

Waldorf College: seeks defensive line coach. Qualifications: Bachelors degree and playing and/or coaching experience with the defensive line. Nine month contract includes $1,000 per month stipend and housing. No benefits. Position to begin in March. Send resume with references to

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