Tuesday March 29, 2011

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Tuesday March 29, 2011

Colorado School of Mines: We have learned that Nolan Swett has been promoted to wide receivers coach. There is now a restricted earnings job open on offense.

UCLA: Marcus Patton, who served as the defensive grad assistant at South Florida last season, accepted the defensive grad assistant job at UCLA. Patton had briefly joined the Indiana State staff as defensive backs coach before accepting the UCLA job.

West Chester University: Our sources tell us that Widener quarterbacks coach Bill Zwann Jr. has accepted the offensive coordinator position on his father's staff at West Chester University.

North Dakota: Minnesota State wide receivers coach / passing game coordinator Luke Schleusner accepted the tight ends job at North Dakota.

Central Missouri: Our sources tell us that Colorado School of Mines assistant Chad Bostwick accepted the special teams coordianator / linebackers job at Central Missouri.

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Augsburg College: Former Bemidji State grad assistant Adrian Dunn accepted the restricted earnings defensive line job. 

Augsburg College: (NCAA III, Minneapolis, MN) now has two part time stipend jobs open. One will coach the WR's, the other will coach the DB's. The jobs pay $3,100 each with NO other benefits. Part time coaches need to be available by 3pm M-F during the season. Please email Head Coach Frank Haege at haege@augsburg.edu, no phone calls please.

Midwestern State University: a NCAA Division II University in the Lone Star Conference, located in Wichita Falls, TX is seeking qualified applicants for the position of defensive backs coach. The position includes coaching, recruiting and teaching responsibilities. A Bachelor's degree is required, and a Master's degree is preferred. College coaching experience is also preferred. Interested applicants should send a resume and three recommendation contacts including phone numbers to Bill Maskill, Head Football Coach. Please no phone calls. Email all information to karin.velasquez@mwsu.edu or fax to 940-613-0187.