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Tuesday September 16, 2014

Tuesday September 16, 2014


Towson (FCS - MD): Towson Football is looking to fill some contests in their future football schedules. We are particularly looking for contests in 2016 (Sept. 17th) & 2017 (Sept. 23rd) right now. Opportunity for a guarantee game here in 2017. We do have availability further down the road though, as well. Please contact Jon Dahlquist at with interest.

Massachusetts: The school has announced that Ted Daisher will not return as special teams coordinator, and head coach Mark Whipple will take over special teams duties for the remainder of the season. Daisher also coached the team's inside linebackers. He was hired as part of Charley Molnar's staff in 2012, got let go before Molnar himself was dismissed in December, and then re-hired by Whipple.

SUNY Cortland (D-III - NY):State University of New York at Cortland, an NCAA Div 3 football playing institution, Empire 8 Conference member, is looking to fill two games for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Prefer regional competition but all inquiries will be considered. Interested parties please contact: Dan MacNeill, Head Football Coach,

Wyoming: Wyoming is looking to fill a GA position that will handle the program's social media and video highlight responsibilities and also assist with recruiting. Find out more at DFO Scoop.

Oakland Raiders: With the Raiders off to an 0-2 start after posting back-to-back 4-12 seasons, owner Mark Davis has "privately expressed displeasure with the Raiders' early returns," according to CSN Bay Area. Citing sources, the site says Davis has a succession plan in place, and that offensive line coach Tony Sparano could take over for head coach Dennis Allen if the team does not improve.

Nicholls State (FCS - LA): Former Idaho Vandals offensive coordinator Steve Axman is joining the staff and will serve as the interim head coach for the remainder of the season, per source. Read more on the situation here.

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