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The Scoop - Tuesday May 3, 2016

Tuesday May 3, 2016


Tennessee Titans: The Titans have released scouts Mike Yowarsky and Marv Sunderland per Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.

Detroit Lions: East coast scout Chad Henry and Midwest scout Darren Anderson have been let go per the Detroit Free Press.

Boise State: Darren Uscher has been promoted to Director of Recruiting & Player Personnel and Taylor Tharp has moved into the role of Director of Football Operations and Relations. 


Stonehill College (D-II - MA): Stonehill College is currently seeking applications for the position of head coach. This position includes coaching, recruitment, student-athlete development, program administration and fiscal management responsibilities. Minimum Qualifications: Demonstrated understanding of the College’s Catholic mission and identity and how Catholic traditions and values enhance the student experience, demonstrated commitment to embracing and advancing diversity and inclusion in all aspects of campus life, proven commitment to diversity, equity, and the academic, intellectual, and social development of all students, ability to work collaboratively with interdepartmental offices, coaching staff and other institutional areas, demonstrate knowledge of and ensure compliance with all policies, rules and regulations set forth by Stonehill College, the NCAA and NE-10 Conference. Education: Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university required; three to five years related coaching experience preferred. To view the full position description and apply for this position, please visit this link.

Culver-Stockton (NAIA - MO): Culver-Stockton College is accepting applications for three part-time assistant coaches. The part-time assistant coaches will assist with coaching defensive positions (2 open coaching positions) and offensive positions (1 open coaching position). Responsibilities will include recruitment of student-athletes, film breakdown and evaluation, practice planning, participation in player skill development, meetings with players and staff and other duties as assigned by the head coach. Candidates should have success coaching or playing football, preferably at the collegiate level, the ability to recruit and motivate student-athletes, a strong commitment to academic success as well as compliance with NAIA, Heart, and institutional policies and procedures. Bachelor’s Degree required. One of three available positions will also work with the track and field program. Start date will be August 1st 2016 and is a 10 month, hourly appointment, paying a maximum of $8,000. Screening of applicants will begin immediately. Submit cover letter, resume, and three references to head coach Jeff Duvendeck at

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UW-Stevens Point (D-III): UW-Stevens Point is seeking candidates for a graduate assistant football coach. This coach will have their own position group, recruiting territory and special team responsibilities. Will have other duties associated with being a full time coach. This position includes a $12,000 stipend, no housing, no meals and no tuition. Position will be expected to enroll in at least one graduate level class per semester. Minority candidates encouraged to apply. Coaching and/or playing experience at DB / LB / WR or RB preferred. Email cover letter, resume and list of references to No phone calls at this time.

Wabash (D-III - IN): Per source, University of Chicago (D-III) offensive coordinator Craig Knoche has accepted the same position at Wabash.

University of Chicago (D-III): The University of Chicago is accepting applications for a full-time assistant coach (offensive coordinator). This is a 12 month position. Responsibilities include but are not limited to recruiting, assisting the head coach, and offensive coordination (QBs and/or WRs preferred). Video experience with HUDL is a plus. Qualified applicants should be detail oriented with strong time management and organizational skills, and having a solid understanding of the NCAA Division III is ideal. A Bachelor’s degree with coaching experience at the collegiate level is preferred. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three (3) professional references to No phone calls please, applicants will be contacted if the search committee is in need of further information.

Missouri Valley (NAIA): Missouri Valley is seeking applicants for student assistant coaching postions. These positions are intended for individuals who are trying to finish up their undergraduate education. Individuals will receive a scholarship package covering a percentage of tuition, room, and board. Previous equipment management, football coaching or playing experience is a plus. Interested applicants should email assistant coach Monty Roe at

Wollongong Devils (Australia): The Wollongong Devils are seeking applicants for quarterbacks coach / offensive coordinator. Qualifications: minimum of 3 years of collegiate coaching required, strong professional/interpersonal communication skills and organizational efficiency, outstanding character and leadership qualities a must, successful coordinator experience preferred. Duties include coaching your own position, creating game plans, scouting and signing players, as well as other duties as assigned by the head coach. This is a 6 month contract from July 31st, 2016 to January 29th, 2017 that will pay $2,500 per month, housing, access to a car, insurance, retirement contribution, travel to/from Australia. Please email a resume and references to head coach Nate Slutzky at

Stonehill (D-II - MA): After a total of nine seasons leading the program, including a 7-4 finish in 2015, head coach Robert Talley has decided to step down in order to become the director of development position at California State Chico.

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St. Scholastica (D-III - MN): The College of St. Scholastica seeks two coaching interns (one on offense, one on defense): Responsibilities include but are not limited to; coaching a position, assisting in practice and game-planning, co-video coordination, assisting in the weight room, academic oversight, and recruiting your own area. These positions includes a stipend ($8,250) and a meal plan. If interested please email defensive coordinator George Penree with a copy of your resume, cover letter and three references to


WPI (D-III - MA): WPI has an immediate opening for a defensive intern. Position is 10-month (August – May) and includes a monthly stipend of 600-800$ per month and free housing. This intern position is a defensive position (LB or DB) and will also include oversight of film editing and HUDL software. Prior coaching experience is preferred but not required. College playing experience in New England is preferred. A four-year degree is required for the position. Interested and qualified applicants should email resume, cover letter, and list of 3 references to No phone calls please.

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Iowa Wesleyan: Iowa Wesleyan University is accepting applications for a part-time intern (offense). This position will begin in August 2016 and run through April 2017. Responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting the IWU offensive coordinator with implementing game plans, coaching of special teams and offensive positions (receivers preferred), film evaluation, conducting position meetings, attending team and coaching staff meetings, recruiting an assigned territory. All applicants must have a valid driver’s license and be able to drive team vans. A Bachelor’s degree with playing experience at the collegiate level is preferred. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, coaching philosophy and three (3) professional references to No phone calls please, applicants will be contacted if the search committee is in need of further information.