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Tuesday April 27, 2010

Coaches Quick HIts: Dan Mullen, Brian Billick, Steve Sarkisian, Dave Brandon

Tuesday: Coaches Quick Hits

FootballScoop Q&A with Cal defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi

Methodist University (NC): is no longer accepting resumes.

Stevenson University: We are hearing that Ed Sweeney has joined the staff as defensive coordinator.

New Orleans Saints: Our sources tell us that the Saints may be hiring a current offensive coordinator out of the Pioneer Conference (D-IAA) in an unknown capacity. We are trying to confirm more at this time.

Saint Anselm College: Seeking one football intern (Skill Position), as well as one Part Time assistant (Skill Position). The internship program is designed to provide coaches with a rich blend of coaching and administrative experience at a competitive NCAA, Division II private college. This, administrative, part-time position includes a stipend of $8,000 and the following job duties: coaching their own position, practice planning, scouting, video analysis, skill and team instruction, all phases of recruiting and responsibilities as assigned by the head coach. The Part Time position includes a stipend of $6,000 and similar job duties. Coaching and/or playing experience preferred. Minority applications are strongly encouraged. Meals are included for the intern position (NOT the part time) but NO IMMEDIATE LODGING - but may become a POSSIBILITY at a later date for the intern position. NO Education/Medical Benefits. Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Head Coach Patrick Murphy at . The positions are open immediately. (No phone calls please)

SpeedTracs introduces SportsTracs Performance Tracking at the CSCCa National Conference May 5-7 in Orlando FL . The SportsTracs services provide coaches with a fact–based system to measure progress and drive on–field performance. Coaches can track progress, set goals and identify areas of improvement for individuals and the whole team. Visit booth # 302 & 304 for demonstrations and information. For more visit: