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Thursday August 4, 2011

Thursday August 4, 2011

Ave Maria University: an NAIA institution located in the Naples/Ft. Myers area is looking to fill their part-time TE/H-Backs coaching position for this upcoming fall. The position pays $4,000, no housing. Those interested in the position please contact Garrett Chapel via email: No calls.

Ohio State: Safeties coach Paul Haynes has added the title of co-defensive coordinator. Running backs coach Dick Tressel adds the responsibility of special teams coordinator.

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Saint Anselm College: Our sources tell us former Bishop Guertin HS head coach Tony Johnson accepted the outside linebackers job. Also, we hear Salve Regina running backs coach Robin Bowkett accepted the wide receivers job.

Bethel College (KS): an NAIA, Liberal Arts, Faith Based school in Newton, Kansas is accepting applicants for two (2) Graduate Assistant/Restricted Earnings type positions; one Offensive and one Defensive position. Offensive position will work with the OL, and the defensive position will work with DL. Responsibilities: Oversee aspects of your position and coaching your specific position including on field, and meeting/film time. Working with the offensive and defensive coordinator's with practice schedule and film breakdown. Recruit a designated area. Assist with travel, academic, and weight room responsibilities as well as other responsibilities designated by the Head Coach. Qualifications: Bachelors Degree, successful coaching and or playing experience at the college level preferred. Small stipend, room and board provided on campus. Start date is August 8th. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. Send letter of application, resume, and list of professional contacts to Offensive Coordinator Chase Hansen at No phone calls please.

LSU: Offensive coordinator Steve Kragthorpe has relinquished his role as offensive coordinator due to Parkinson's disease. Offensive line coach Greg Studrawa has been elevated to offensive coordinator. According to the university, Kragthorpe will stay involved with the program and continue to work with the quarterbacks.

Stanford: Former Linfield College assistant Ryan Devlin has been hired as the recruiting and operations assistant at Stanford. 

Mercer University: A Division I institution starting football in 2013 is accepting applications for Fall 2011 Interns. Employment is designed to begin August 22nd and conclude at the beginning of Winter/Christmas break. These positions are designed for someone with experience as a player and/or as a coach. Duties include but not limited to, office administration, film study, recruiting assignments and all duties associated with being a college football coach. Candidates must have a Bachelor's Degree. This is a volunteer position. No stipend or housing is offered. Individual will gain experience in a division I college football setting as well as future recommendation. College credit will be given as approved by their institution. Applicants please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to Daniel Tate, Assistant Athletic Director, No phone calls please.

New Orleans VooDoo (AFL): Former Orlando Predators head coach Pat O'Hara has accepted the head coaching job.

Mississippi College: Bryant University (RI) defensive coordinator Chad Walker accepted the defensive coordinator job at Mississippi College.

South Dakota School of Mines: We hear Boise State intern Adam Riggers accepted the wide receivers job.

Mount Ida College: a private D3 school located in Newton, MA (just outside of Boston) seeks applications for assistant football coaching positions. Two positions are available: Wide Receivers and Running Backs. These are seasonal positions which pay $3,000 over the course of the season. No housing will be provided, thus applicants should live in the Boston area. Ideal candidates will possess strong written and verbal communication skills as well as college playing and/or coaching, recruiting, and video editing experience. Review of applicants will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to Assistant Coach Matt Minich at Phone calls from applicants will not be accepted. Mount Ida College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications of individuals who would increase the richness of the College's diversity are welcomed.