Tuesday October 13, 2015
South Carolina: According to Dennis Dodd of CBS, Steve Spurrier will be immediately eligible for the College Football Hall of Fame as a member of the 2017 class.
Detroit Lion: After an 0-5 start to the season, head coach Jim Caldwell noted that he isn't considering making any coaching changes to his staff.
South Carolina: Interim head coach Shawn Elliott noted at the press conference today that QBs coach GA Mangus will serve as the primary play caller moving forward, and Travelle Wharton (an offensive quality control coordinator) will move into the role of offensive line coach. Wharton is a former Gamecock player and retired from the NFL in 2014.
USC: ESPN's L.A. based Arash Markazi reports that USC won't fire Pat Haden. He adds that Haden will resign if "he feels USC wants to make a change"; but Markazi adds, "Not getting that sense."
South Carolina: Last night Steve Spurrier told his team that he is retiring, effective immediately. Our update along with some great HBC stories. One heck of a run HBC, you will be missed. Co-offensive coordinator / OL coach Shawn Elliott, who has been with the program six years, will serve as interim head coach for the remainder of the season.
Maryland: A few staff adjustments are in store atMaryland; grad assistant AJ Reisig will help with the outside linebackers, grad assistant Cody Catalina will help with the tight ends, and tight ends coach John Dunn will aid with some of the offensive coordinator duties while OC Mike Locksley takes on the interim head coach role, per SI.
Brooklyn Bolts (FXFL): Per source, the Bolts have named a handful of staff members as follows; Terry Shea (HC), Denny Schuler (DC), Jim Benedict (WRs), Wynel Seldon (RBs), Marty Galbraith (OL), Eric Hicks (DL), Shawn Barber (LBs), and Michael Woods (DFO).
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