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Monday July 12, 2010

Coaches Quick Hits: Brian Kelly, Derek Dooley, Buddy Wyatt, Hugh Nall, Jay Paterno

Monday: Coaches Quick Hits

The Citadel: Cam Turner is the new wide receivers coach at The Citadel. Also, J.P. Gunter has joined the staff as special teams quality control. Gunter was the offensive line coach / special teams coordinator at Pikeville College.

Henderson State: Defensive Line , HPER/AT Instructor. Job Description: Various duties as assigned by the head football coach associated with operating a NCAA-II football program at the highest possible level. Duties will also include class instruction under the direction of the HPER/AT Department. Qualifications: Master's degree required and at least 2 years successful collegiate coaching experience is preferred. Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience. The University: Henderson State University is a public institution offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs through the Matt Locke Ellis College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business, the Teachers College, and the Graduate School. The School of Business is fully accredited by AACSB. The University also offers a professional nursing degree program, the only aviation degree program in Arkansas, and pre-professional studies. A member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges, Henderson is located on an historic and beautiful campus midway between Little Rock and Texarkana on Interstate 30 and has an enrollment of approximately 3,600 students. Additional information on the university is available at www.hsu.edu. The selection process will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should send complete resume, and a minimum of three references. Fax all materials to Scott Maxfield at 870.230.5175 or email maxfiem@hsu.edu No phone calls please.

Riverside City College: is still accepting resumes for a Defensive Line Coaching Position. Candidate MUST be familiar with the Inland Empire and also be highly motivated on and off the field. Postion pays a stipend of 3800.00 dollars for the Fall Semester and may be able to earn more with a Master's Degree in Physical Education. Looking for a local Southern California Coach with energy and passion for coaching. Applicants send your resumes to Associate Head Coach Darrin Chiaverini at darrin.chiaverini@rcc.edu

Endicott College: Our sources tell us Dan Giuliani accepted the running backs job at Endicott College.

Kentucky Christian University: (NAIA, Mid-South Conference)has an immediate opening for Defensive Backs coach. This position REQUIRES defensive back background and have a Bachelors Degree. The position offers $1,000 per month for 10 months (August-May) and on campus housing. Candidates must also have worked or feel comfortable working in a Christian environment and be willing to work extended hours. Duties include, but are not limited to: recruiting, coaching DB position, film breakdown and analysis, conducting position meetings, and other miscellaneous duties. Letter of interest and resumes should be EMAILED ONLY to: zackmoore@kcu.edu . No faxes or phone calls, please.

Concord University (Athens, WV): has an immediate opening for a part-time Tight Ends coach. Stipend is $2,500. No housing or meals are available. Interested applicants should apply via e-mail to coachkellar@concord.edu. No phone calls please.

South Carolina: The youngest Spurrier, Scott Spurrier, has joined the offensive staff as a graduate assistant.

VMI: Head coach Sparky Woods has signed a contract extension through 2015.

A Play A Day: Stanford assistant head coach of offense Greg Roman is up today showing their play-action off the counter and power. The Hatchers from Murray State will be making their first appearances on A Play A Day later this week. Sign up today to watch and learn everyday. www.APlayADay.com

Colorado: Offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau is expected to sign a contract that will run through 2011. Kiesau had the verbal agreement in place at the time of his hiring more than a year ago. There is no raise with the contract. Kiesau makes $218,000 annually. Colorado state law allows the university just 6 long-term contracts.

Aurora University: has an immediate opening for a part-time Wide Receiver coach. Stipend is $2,500. No housing or meals are available. Interested applicants should apply via e-mail to rduncan@aurora.edu.

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Duquesne: Former St. Francis (PA) head coach Dave Opfar accepted the defensive coordinator job at Duquesne University. Also, quarterback coach / passing game coordinator Niel Loebig has been promoted to offensive coordinator.

Erin Andrews to host College Gameday?

University of Redlands: Former College of Siskiyous (CA) offensive coordinator Charlie Roche accepted the offensive coordinator job at the University of Redlands.

Concordia (Moorhead): Former North Dakota State player Tyler Roehl accepted the running backs job.

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