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Tuesday November 20, 2012

Tuesday November 20, 2012

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Cal: Five assistants have been retained to keep the program afloat during the search. Ron Gould, Marcus Arroyo, Jim Michalczik, Ashley Ambrose and Wes Chandler remain on staff. Clancy Pendergast, Jeff Genyk, Todd Howard and Kenwick Thompson are no longer with the program. We are told that director of football operations Mike McHugh will not return either. Cal has engaged Glenn Sugiyama of search firm DHR to assist with the process. 

North Carolina State: Athletic director Debbie Yow has received an extension. 

Georgia State: We saw a note that Frank Beamer said today that Georgia State "has expressed interest" in Shane Beamer for their vacancy (Bill Curry is retiring); however Beamer noted that they have not requested permission to interview him. 

Weber State: Sources tell us Jody Sears will return as head coach in 2013. 

Wisconsin-Stevens Point (D-III): Looking to fill an open date, September 7th, 2013. May have other openings in 2013 and 2014 as well. Please email head coach Tom Journell at:

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Cal: We have confirmed that Jeff Tedford will not return.

Morehead State (FCS - KY): The University announced early this morning that head coach Matt Ballard will not return. Ballard has served as head coach for 19 seasons. A "national search...will begin immediately." 

Wisconsin-La Crosse (D-III): UW-La Crosse is seeking a home and home arrangement for Weeks 3 or 4 of the 2013 and 2014 season. We have some flexibility in the weeks in 2014. We will be able to travel in 2013 and will need a home game in 2014. Please contact Head Coach Joel Dettwiler

Tabor College (NAIA - KS): Tabor College is seeking applications for Assistant Football Coach. Graduate Assistant position with MBA option. Responsible for working with the Head Coach in all aspects of developing a competitive NAIA program. Candidates must affirm Tabor distinctives as a decidedly Christian college and articulate a personal Christian commitment. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Coaching and/or competitive experience is preferred. Review of applications will begin immediately. Start date is approximately January 3, 2013. Apply electronically with letter of interest, vita, and names of three professional references to Ruth Funk, HR Coordinator, at

Middle Tennessee: Head coach Rick Stockstill received a $100,000 bonus and another year added to his contract, signed in 2009, for leading Middle Tennessee to its fifth Sun Belt win on Saturday. Here's what you need to know.

Texas A&M Commerce (D-II): Defensive coordinator Brian Williams has been named interim head coach. The University has named former head coach Guy Morriss as a special assistant to the athletic director. Here's a look at the University's official announcement on Morriss' new assignment and what he has meant to the school. Definitely worth a read.

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (CC): Dale Patterson has resigned as head coach, but will remain at NEO as the athletic director.

A couple of "war daddies" are up for Defensive Coordinator of the Year.

Carthage College (D-III - WI): Offensive coordinator Terry Peebles will not return. 

Husson University (D-III- ME): Former Husson coach Jonathan "Gabby" Price is expected to be named head coach today, according to the Bangor Daily News. Price previously served as head coach of the Husson program from 2002-2008 and has been in private business. 

Carthage College (D-III - WI):Carthage College is seeking to hire a Head Football Coach. The successful candidate will be responsible for all facets of a DIII football program. Carthage College competes in the NCAA and is a member of the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin. Carthage is located on the shore of lake Michigan, midway between Milwaukee and Chicago. Carthage has a full time enrollment of 2500 undergraduate students, including 700 student athletes participating in 24 intercollegiate sports. The position requires a bachelor's degree (master's degree preferred) in physical education or related field, as well successful coaching experience at the college level. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Email letter of application, resume and references to:; Dr. Robert Bonn, Director of Athletics/ Exercise and Sport Science, Carthage College.

Colorado Mesa University (D-II): Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, CO is looking for opponents to play games on Sept. 7th and 14th, 2013. Need at least one game to be at home, willing to return in 2014. Opponents can be FCS, D-II, D-III or NAIA. Those interested, please contact head coach Russ Martin via email: