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The Scoop - Monday April 12, 2021

Monday April 12, 2021


FBS Staff Tracker: The 2020-21 FBS Staff Tracker page, where you can see how each new head coach is filling their staff, is up and running.

Notre Dame: Per sources, the Irish are adding a former Texans assistant to their support staff.

Kiffin vs. Drinkwitz: Lane Kiffin and Eli Drinkwitz are having some lighthearted fun on Twitter.

North Texas: Source tells FootballScoop all quality control positions at UNT have been filled.

Hope (D-III - MI): Former Michigan linebacker and graduate assistant James Ross III is joining the Flying Dutchmen staff as linebackers coach.

FCS Roundup: Alabama A&M calls its shot against Deion and Jackson State, and Petrino and Missouri State make history. Catch up on The Scoop's FCS Roundup. 

Culture: Porter Moser led Loyola-Chicago to a Final Four and Sweet 16 in two of the last three NCAA tournaments, and now the head coach at Oklahoma, he shares some great thoughts on how culture needs to be an every day focus in your program.

Georgia Southern:  Georgia Southern Football has two volunteer opportunities in graphic design and content creation. This is an unpaid, voluntary position, but these individuals will get an incredible experience working directly with the recruiting office and the coaches for Georgia Southern Football. Please email portfolio to

Scoop 'Em Up: Dallas Baker, who has spent the last few seasons coaching the wide receivers at Marshall, is looking to land a new position in college football. Baker, who played for Urban Meyer at Florida before going on to play for the Steelers where he won a Super Bowl Ring after being selected in the 7th round of the 2007 NFL Draft, has prior coaching experience at Warner University (NAIA - FL) and New Smyrna Beach HS (FL). His references include Meyer, Mike Tomlin, Charlie Strong, Dan Mullen, Doc Holliday, Larry Fedora, Mickey Marotti, Greg Mattison, and Randy Fichtner. Coach Baker can be reached at

NAIA: The playoff bracket is out for the NAIA, and their spring playoff is already truly one-of-a-kind.

Howard Payne (D-III - TX): Howard Payne University has an open position we are looking to fill on the offensive side of the football, working with the Offensive Line. You will have your own position, meetings, and own recruiting area. Please email cover letter, resume, and references to head coach Jason Bachtel. Interested candidates can email

Thaddeus Stevens (JC - PA): Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is currently seeking an Assistant Football Coach. The position includes a stipend, for interested candidates who are in a commuting distance from the school (Lancaster, Pa.). Coaching responsibilities to include but not limited to Linebackers. Experience playing and coaching Linebackers is preferred. Responsibilities include all aspects of the football program, including practice organization, academic support and recruiting. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application, resume, and three recommendation contacts including phone numbers to head coach Dennis Iezzi at

Tennessee State (FCS): Sources tell FootballScoop Eddie George is working on assembling quite a staff. Have a look at the key targets for offensive, defensive and chief of staff type roles.

Marburg Mercenaries (Germany): The Marburg Mercenaries of the German Football League are seeking an Offensive QB / WR coach. This position requires past experience. The position will provide a salary between 700-800 Euros, airfare, housing, and insurance for 6 months. Candidates must be passport ready. Please send resume to

NC State: Dave Doeren is set for a new extension.

Berry (D-III - GA): Berry College is looking to fill one (1) open date for 2021, September 18th OR September 25th are currently open along with corresponding dates in 2022. Looking for a road game in 2021 and home game in 2022. Willing to consider 1 year guarantee for travel in 2021. Please contact Head Football Coach Tony Kunczewski at

New Coaching Changes Page: Keep track of all the 2020-21 NFL and College head coaching movement here.