Thursday March 28, 2013
Kansas City Chiefs: Former Vikings head coach Brad Childress has joined Andy Reid's staff and will have the title of "spread game analyst / special projects".
Catawba (D-II): Former Wake Forest assistant Keith Henry has been named defensive coordinator at Catawba.
Merrimack (D-II - MA): Sources tell us thatPat Graham has been hired as the new linebackers coach at Merrimack. Graham coached the linebackers at Saint Anselm College D-II - NH) last year.
Slippery Rock (D-II - PA): Former Buffalo Bills defensive quality control assistant Eric Thatcher has joined the Slippery Rock staff and will coach the linebackers.
Incarnate Word (D-II - TX):University of the Incarnate Word is looking for a home game on the night of November 23, 2013. There will be a guarantee. Please contact Todd Ivicic with any questions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 210-805-3062.
Northwest Mississippi (CC): Here's a quick update on the staff at Northwest Mississippi; Ricky Coon (defensive line coach / defensive coordinator), Zach Wilkerson (defensive backs / special teams coordinator), Wilfred Thomas (linebackers), Mike Beagle (offensive line / offensive coordinator), Tres Sullivan (quarterbacks), Marcus Windham (running backs), and Scott Oakley (receivers).
Holy Cross (FCS - MA): Rocco DiMeco has been announced as the new outside linebackers coach. DiMeco spent last season at Anna Maria College (D-III - MA) where he served as co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach.
Prairie View A&M: Charles McMillian has offically been named defensive coordinator. McMillan has previous coaching experience in the Big 12, Big Ten, Mountain West, and Conference USA.
Oklahoma: Co-offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel has received a 3 year contract and will now make $550,000 annually (he made $350,000 last season). New salaries have also been approved for defensive line coach Jerry Montgomery ($325,000), tight ends coach / special teams coordinator Jay Boulware ($275,000), and offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh ($315,000). Here's what you need to know.