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Tuesday April 7, 2015

Tuesday April 7, 2015


Please join us in praying for the family of longtime Chowan (D-II - NC) football coach and administrator Jim Garrison, who passed away recently. Garrison lad the Chowan football program and athletic department for 37 years.

Florida Tech (D-II): Florida Tech is taking applications for an offensive graduate assistant (TE/OL). Must be able to get excepted into a graduate program at FIT. Compensation includes tuition and stipend. If interested send cover letter, resume and references to offensive coordinator Jayson Martin at No phone calls.

Eastern Kentucky (FCS): Defensive coordinator Tony Hatmaker has left the program to become the head coach at LaRue County HS (KY). Hatmaker had been with the EKU program since 2008. Head coach Dean Hood has stepped back into the defensive coordinator role.

Florida State: Jimbo Fisher said Tuesday "never say never" regarding coaching in the NFL one day.

Northern Iowa: Per source, Cal Poly defensive assistant Olaitan Oguntodu is the new safeties coach at UNI. Also, Jason Ray, former wide receivers coach at Oklahoma State, has joined the staff as receivers coach.

Conference championship games could be in line for a major shake-up as soon as 2016.

Amherst (D-III - MA): Amherst College seeks an intern assistant football coach. The position is 12 month, entry-level job. The assistant coach is responsible for assisting the head coach in all phases of the football program including coaching your own position, film-breakdown, scouting reports, recruitment of student-athletes, and other duties to be assigned. The position requires an understanding of the role of intercollegiate athletics in a highly competitive academic environment: strong recruiting, teaching, and coaching skills; and commitment to NESCAC and NCAA policies. Interested applicants should submit a resume, a cover letter, and the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and email addresses of at least three references to Head Coach EJ Mills at Bachelors degree required.

Capital (D-III - OH): Head coach Craig Candeto has announced a number of adjustments to his finalized staff. Longtime central Ohio head coach Jeff Gafford will take over coaching the QBs and B-Backs, South Gibson County HS (TN) assistant Nick Newsome has joined the staff as special teams coordinator / slots coach, tight ends coach Brandon Payne will move to receivers, offensive line coach Matt Kelleher will take on the tight ends, and Dylan Ramsey (who just wrapped up his playing career at D-III University of Dubuque) has been hired as a defensive grad assistant working with the linebackers. Candeto, who coached the quarterback / B-Backs the past two seasons, will remain as offensive coordinator.

Urban Meyer: "People offer scholarships now like Pop Tarts. It's unbelievable."

Coach's Office: When it comes to football playbook software is your attitude like one politician said, "What difference does it make?" As a head coach or offensive/defensive coordinator, it can make a big difference. Do you want to be forced into doing your playbook like some video editing companies want you to do? Or would you rather format the pages the way you want to see them - print a table of contents, have a built-in word processor, produce your wristbands, and even upload pages as slides to your Hudl presentation? Coach’s Office software will make a big difference in how you produce your playbook. Plus, you can also print or upload your play/scout cards to an iPad. For more information click here.
Montana State: Per source, Folsom HS (CA) defensive coordinator Sam Cole has accepted a defensive assistant position with the staff at Montana State.

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ASA-Miami (JC - FL):ASA-Miami is looking for 3 games for 2015 (home or away) on the following dates; September 5th, September 19th, October 3rd, and possibly October 17th. If interested, please contact Jacoby Watkins at