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Thursday April 16, 2015

Thursday April 16, 2015

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Reinhardt (NAIA - GA): Head coach Danny Cronic has announced he is retiring. Reinhardt has promoted offensive coordinator Drew Cronic to head coach.

St. Thomas (D-III - MN):University of St Thomas is looking for a game vs. a DIII, NAIA or DI-FCS opponent for week 2 of 2016-2017 (9/10/16 & 9/9/17). Details as far as home and home and possibility of paying expenses can be discussed via email or phone. Contact Glenn Caruso at caruso@stthomas.edu or 651.962.5908.

Baltimore Ravens: Per source, Missouri State WRs coach John Egorugwu has accepted a position with the Ravens.

Missouri State: At Missouri State, we hear they plan to adjust the staff to fill Egorugwu's receivers position and will be seeking to hire a tight ends / special teams coordinator. No phone calls are being accepted. We hear the job will officially be posted tomorrow and we will provide a link at that time. Candidates are discouraged from calling to inquire.

Miami (OH): Chuck Martin has promoted offensive grad assistant Israel "Izzy" Woolfork to running backs coach. Woolfork worked with the team's receivers last season.

Mercyhurst (D-II - PA): We've been told that former Fordham (FCS - NY) running backs coach Tim Zetts has been hired to coach the quarterbacks at Mercyhurst.

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Lyons College (NAIA - AR): Derrick Lucas has joined the staff as running backs coach and will also oversee the kickers, punters, snappers, holders and returners. Lucas coached the running backs at Bethel (NAIA - KS) last season.

Tennessee State: Nick Davison has been promoted from grad assistant to defensive ends coach / recruiting coordinator.

Cal Poly: Head coach Tim Walsh has announced the addition of three coaches in Terrence Brown (assistant secondary), Dorian Keller (TEs), and James Emma (assistant LBs). Brown was a corner at Stanford from 2009-2012, Keller is a former University of San Diego wide receiver, and Emma spent the last two years as an assistant defensive line coach at Cal Lutheran.

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Tennessee: The University of Tennessee is seeking to fill a quality control position working with the receivers. Seeking applicants who have coached, or served as a grad assistant working with, receivers in the past. Please send resume and references to director of player personnel Bob Welton at Bob.Welton@utk.edu.

Georgia: Per source, former Creekside HS (Fairburn, GA) head coach Olten Downs has joined the UGA staff in a defensive quality control role.

Susquehanna (D-III - PA): Susquehanna University seeks an assistant football coach (assistant LBs). Preferred candidates will have prior experience playing or coaching. Candidates will be responsible for coaching their own position group, on the road recruiting in a specific area, film editing/breakdown (HUDL), and all other duties assigned by the head football coach. A Bachelor’s degree and valid driver’s license is required. Salary will be $6,000. No housing or meals included. Interested candidates should apply through the website via this link. No phone calls please.

Central Washington (D-II): CWU now has an open date October 31st, 2015. Would prefer a home game but open to all possibilities at any level. Contact head coach Ian Shoemaker at shoemakeri@cwu.edu.

Methodist University (D-III - NC): Carroll University (D-III - WI) running backs grad assistant Jaren Maybin has accepted the running backs job at Methodist, per source.

North Carolina Central (FCS): TC Taylor has been named co-offensive coordinator QBs coach, DC Granville Eastman has added the assistant HC title, and OL coach Jason Onyebuagu has added the run game coordinator title on the NCCU staff.