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The Scoop

Wednesday March 10, 2010

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Georgetown University: We have learned that Bates College offensive coordinator Matt Dence has accepted the wide receivers job at Georgetown.

East Central CC (MS): Our sources tell us Northwest CC (MS) assistant Blake Frazier accepted the defensive coordinator job at East Central CC.

Montana State: Milo Austin has joined the staff as running backs coach.

North Texas: We are hearing that North Alabama receivers / tight ends coach John Pont will be joining the North Texas staff as tight ends coach.

North Dakota State: We have learned that Minnesota-Duluth outside linebackers / defensive line coach Nick Goeser has accepted the defensive line job at North Dakota State.

Coaches Quick Hits: Dennis Erickson, Dan McCarney, Bret Bielema, Derek Dooley

Wednesday: Coaches Quick Hits

Denison University: Denison University has promoted defensive coordinator Jack Hatem to head coach.

Sewanne: We hear Depauw University assistant Jake Wissing accepted the offensive line job at Sewanne.

Missouri: We hear Emporia State defensive grad assistant Eric Burrow accepted the offensive quality control job at Missouri.

Southern Cal: We hear former USC wide receiver Keary Colbert will join the staff as offensive grad assistant. Our source tells us Colbert will work with the tight ends.

Nicholls State: Former Nicholls State player and De La Salle HS (New Orleans, LA) assistant Adam Gardner has accepted the offensive line job at Nicholls State. Also, former Nicholls State player Edward Dillon has joined the staff as cornerbacks coach. Dillon most recently served as an assistant coach at Tri-Cities HS (GA).

FootballScoop Research: Looking at all 120 coaching staffs from last season, FootballScoop has researched that 84 assistant coaches that lost their job during this off-season are still without another coaching job at any level. That is 8% of assistant coaches at the D1 level.