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Tuesday June 14, 2011

Tuesday June 14, 2011

Florida Tech: We hear Indiana State offensive coordinator Steve Englehart will be the first ever head coach at Florida Tech.

Ball State: Minnesota State - Moorhead defensive coordinator / defensive line / recruiting coordinator Tim Kelly has joined the staff as defensive grad assistant. Also, Thad Bogardus joined the staff as a grad assistant with football operations. Bogardus served as a student-assistant for Pete Lembo the last two years at Elon University.

North Greenville University: (NCAA Division II) in Tigerville, SC seeks candidates for a Video Coordinator/Defensive Quality Control Position. Duties include working with the programs PowerEdit Video System, assisting with the Defensive Backs at practices, meetings and games, and any other responsibilities assigned by the head coach. The position includes room and meals with the option of working toward your Masters Degree. North Greenville offers Masters in Business, Education and Christian Ministry. North Greenville University is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Church. Candidates must be willing to profess their Christian faith and abide by all school policies. Applicant review begins immediately and continues until filled. Qualified candidates can send their resume, references and letter of interest to special teams coordinator / linebackers coach 

Indiana State: Our sources tell us that offensive line / special teams coach Harold Etheridge has been promoted to offensive coordinator.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts have hired Dennis Polian as the director of football administration. Polian previously served as the assistant to the head coach with the Minnesota Vikings.

Baltimore Ravens: All the Ravens assistants are now signed through 2012.

Auburn: Gene Chizik will get a $100,000 bonus for 10 or more wins, $50,000 for playing in the SEC championship game, $100,000 for winning the SEC championship game, $50,000 for playing in a BCS non-national title game, $100,000 for winning a BCS non-national title game, $200,000 for playing in the BCS national title game, $400,000 for winning the national title. He will also receive $25,000 for an APR score of above 930, $50,000 for an APR score above 950, and $75,000 for an APR score of 1000.