Saturday April 10, 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.
Memphis: Charlotte special teams coordinator Charles Bankins has agreed to become new special teams coordinator at Memphis Pete Thamel has tweeted. Sources confirm the same to FootballScoop.
Howard Payne University (D-III - TX): Howard Payne 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. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern Colorado (FCS): Sources tell FootballScoop Ed McCaffery is making major changes on his offensive staff.
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Recruiting: The NCAA is reportedly talking about letting head coaches back on the road for the spring evaluation period.
USC: The Trojans program reportedly had a homeless man gain access to facility, sleep there, eat there, jump in the hot tub with players, and even participate in practice before he the imposter was caught.
Dan Campbell: The first-year Lions coach shared some motivational thoughts on adversity and the city of Detroit with Ford auto workers recently that has had social media buzzing.
CAA: Major news in the CAA, where the No. 1 team in the country is back in contention for the CAA title.
Western Carolina: After a disappointing spring season, Mark Speir will not return to lead the Catamounts.
North Carolina: Mack Brown explains his post-practice system for coaching his coaches, including why he doesn’t believe in yelling at coaches in front of players.
Nick Saban: The most dangerous type of RPO, according to Nick Saban.
New Coaching Changes Page: Keep track of all the 2020-21 NFL and College head coaching movement here.