The Scoop - Monday April 27, 2020

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Monday April 27, 2020

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Quincy (D-II - IL): Quincy University is looking to hire an offensive graduate assistant to coach the running backs. Applicants must be able to get into Graduate School. Duties will include film breakdown, assisting the offensive coordinator in day to day duties, and additional duties based on previous experience. Will also have a recruiting area. Compensation is a $5,000 stipend and a full graduate tuition waiver. Start date of July 13th. Minorities strongly encouraged to apply. Send transcripts, resume, and cover letter to Offensive Coordinator, Ryan Olson at olsonry@quincy.edu. Please no phone calls.

Arkansas-Pine Bluff (FCS): Per source the UAPB staff has been completed with the promotion of graduate assistant Aaron Anguiano being promoted to running backs coach / recruiting coordinator. Jackie Cooper has been hired as corners after previously coaching the defensive backs and serving as recruiting coordinator at SW Mississippi CC (JC - MS). Also, Kenton Evans has been hired as quarterbacks coach. Evans was previously the offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach at Central Methodist (NAIA - MO).

Rob Reeves: Former Eastern Michigan and Minnesota tight ends coach Rob Reeves has been announced as the new head coach at Hill-Murray School (Maplewood, MN).

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Kansas: AD Jeff Long, Les Miles and head basketball coach Bill Self have all taken 10 percent pay cuts for the next six months, amounting to $500,000 in savings for the university.

Mississippi Valley State (FCS): MVSU is looking to hire a Defensive Line coach. Duties include (but are not limited to): Managing your own group, meetings, recruiting area, assisting academic support team with student athletes, film breakdown, assisting in practice & game planning, and any other duties that are assigned by the Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator, and/or Athletic Director. Seeking someone with tremendous passion, relentless energy, and strong work ethic, with previous experience coaching DL, & preferably played the position. Bachelors Degree required. Candidates must have at least 3 years of coaching experience. Review of resumes will begin immediately. All interested applicants should submit cover letter, resume and references to Defensive Coordinator Derek Welch at derek.welch@mvsu.edu. No phone calls please.

Name, Image and Likeness: The NCAA is set to unveil its proposal to let college athletes cut endorsement deals and capitalize on their likeness, as soon as this week.

Want more explosive plays?: James Madison (FCS - VA) running backs coach Matt Merritt shares how they are creating second-level finisher skill sets and other vital running back drills.

VMI (FCS): VMI is looking for a defensive assistant position. This is strictly a VOLUNTEER position; there is NO compensation, housing or benefits. Position includes, but is not limited to: assisting with the defensive front on the field and in the meeting room, video editing/coordinating, film sharing, manage and direct scout team, weekly data input, weekly analytics, on-campus recruiting assistance and other duties assigned by the head coach. Ideal candidates must have high energy, be self-motivated, be highly organized, a proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point and other computer skills. All interested and qualified applicants should email clarkta@vmi.edu. No phone calls please.

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