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Thursday January 21, 2016

Thursday January 21, 2016

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Tennessee Titans: Per source, Mississippi State cornerbacks coach Deshea Townsend is leaving to accept the same position with the Titans.

Southeastern Louisiana (FCS): Former Georgia Southern WR Coach Matt Barrett will be the new Offensive Coordinator / QB Coach at Southeastern Louisiana sources tell FootballScoop.

Valdosta State: Former Jacksonville University head coach Kerwin Bell will be the new head coach at Valdosta State sources tell FootballScoop.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Eastern Michigan cornerbacks coach and former Cornhusker Daniel Bullocks will join the Jags' staff, a source tells FootballScoop.

Tennessee Titans: Nick Eason has been promoted to defensive line coach per Alex Marvez.

Oklahoma Panhandle State (D-II): Per source, Valdosta State GA Anthony Taylor will be the defensive line coach at Oklahoma Panhandle State.

St. Francis (NAIA - IL): The University of St. Francis is currently accepting applications for a Defensive Backs Coach. This position will begin ASAP. Compensation includes a stipend, some meals, and there are opportunities for reduced housing. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, coaching position, assisting in game planning, recruiting, and video breakdown. Qualified applicants email cover letter, resume and references to @stfrancis.edu

West Texas A&M (D-II): Lloyd Spotted Wolf has been named offensive line coach.

Averett (D-III - VA): After a 35 years in the profession, defensive coordinator Pete Shaw has chosen to retire.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Todd Wash will be the Jags' defensive coordinator according to the Florida Times-Union.

Wilmington College (D-III - OH): Per source, offensive coordinator Greg Forest will not return.

Buffalo Bills: Football operations consultant Pat Meyer has been promoted to assistant offensive line coach according to Alex Marvez.

Kansas City Chiefs: The club has announced Brad Childress and Matt Nagy will serve as co-offensive coordinators.

Missouri: Gary Pinkel has agreed to a three-year contract as a fundraiser for the athletics department.

Capital (D-III - OH): Capital University has a defensive graduate assistant position open. The position comes with an $8,000 stipend, but no housing, food or benefits. Email football@capital.edu if interested.

UTSA: Frank Wilson has formally announced Pete Golding as defensive coordinator.

Lincoln (D-II - PA): The Lincoln University seeks applicants for volunteer defensive assistants (DL, LB and DB). Candidates will assist in the position they applied for. Responsibilities includes: coaching position, recruiting, game day operations and other duties as assigned by the Defensive Coordinator. Send your cover letter and resume to the Defensive Coordinator Roosevelt Williams atroosevelt.williams@ymail.com. No phone calls please

ESPN: College football analyst Robert Smith will not return in 2016.

TCU: As we reported back on Dec. 18, TCU has promoted director of high school relations Zarnell Fitch to defensive line coach. The Frogs have also announced Jason Phillips as linebackers coach.

Scoop him up:Robert Churchman is currently the running backs coach and special teams coordinator at East Texas Baptist, working with Joshua Eargle and now Scotty Walden. In his third year on the staff, Churchman also has experience coaching linebackers and defensive linemen. Prior to ETBU, Churchman served as defensive line/linebackers coach and recruiting coordinator at Sul Ross State. He also volunteered as linebackers coach for the past four National Bowls. Before coaching Churchman spent three years as a civilian contractor with the U.S. Army. He seeks a Division I quality control position.

Kentucky Christian (NAIA): Per source, defensive line coach Chris Mobley will be the head coach at Cincinnati Hughes (OH) High School.

Central Arkansas: Per source, Southern Illinois running backs coach Larry Warner has joined the Central Arkansas staff.

College Football Playoff: The CFP announced four new members to its selection committee today. Read more here.

Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles have announced John DeFilippo as quarterbacks coach.

South Alabama: Source tells FootballScoop Eastern Illinois defensive coordinator Kane Wommack will be the new defensive coordinator at South Alabama.

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Rutgers: Rutgers has now announced Jafar Williams as running backs coach.

Trinity Valley (CC): Sherard Poteete has now officially been named offensive coordinator at TVCC.

San Jose State: Dixie State assistant Will Harris will be the new defensive backs coach at San Jose State.

Gold Coast Kings(NGL - Australia): The Gold Coast Kings of the National Gridiron League, Australia, (www.ngl.world) is seeking applicants for two position coach opportunities, OFFENSIVE LINE and WIDE RECEIVERS. Collegiate coaching experience required, along with extensive HUDL experience. This is a new professional league that will begin play in September of 2016. The contract will run from June 20, 2016 – December 31, 2016, with a club option for an extension. Compensation package includes a salary (+/- $2500 US/month), retirement contribution, insurance, and travel to/from Australia. Please send letter of interest and resume to: kirk.mastromatteo@ngl.world.

Coahoma CC (MS): Per source, new head coach Steve Miller has filled his staff as follows; Moses Harper (OC), Cedrick Shell (assistant HC / recruiting coordinator), Matthew Lott (OL), Mike Welch (DL and S&C), Bam Bryant (RBs / assistant recruiting coordinator), Michael Spurlock (secondary), Quentin Groves (LBs / secondary), Jesse Thompson (OLBs).

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Philadelphia Eagles: Doug Pederson has filled most of his staff. To recap; Frank Reich (OC), Jim Schwartz (DC), Dave Fipp (STC), Duce Staley (RBs), Jeff Stoutland (OL), Cory Undlin (DBs / corners), Justin Peelle (TEs), Matthew Harper (assistant ST), Press Taylor (offensive quality control / assistant QBs), Tim Hauck (DBs / safeties), Ken Flajole (LBs), Greg Lewis (WRs), Eugene Chung (assistant OL / TEs / run game coach), Phillip Daniels (defensive quality control / assistant DL), Dino Vasso (defensive quality control / assistant secondary coach), and Matthew Harper (assistant ST). Fipp, Staley, Stoutland, Undlin, Peelle, Harper and Taylor were all previous members of Chip Kelly's staff that were retained.

Hiram (D-III - OH): Hiram College is seeking applications for a restricted earnings assistant football coach. The restricted earnings assistant football coach is a 10 month position which reports to the head football coach and director of athletics. This position includes a $10,000.00 stipend, room and board. No benefits are attached to this position. The restricted earnings coach is responsible for the following; Daily implementation of the football strength and conditioning program, on field position coach, recruiting both on and off campus in accordance with Hiram College, NCAC and NCAA policies and procedures, video/academic support for assigned position players, and other duties as assigned. Qualifications for this position includes; Bachelor’s Degree, minimum of 2 years of experience in collegiate football, completion of certification in NSCA or CSCCA preferred but not required. Qualified candidates are encouraged to send a letter of application, resume and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references to Henry Stanford, Head Football Coach, Hiram College, PO Box 1777, Hiram OH 44234 or by email stanfordha@hiram.edu. Please no phone calls. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.