Publish date:

Wednesday November 26, 2014

Wednesday November 26, 2014


Finalists for Quarterbacks Coach of the Year have been announced.

Virginia: Athletic director Craig Littlepage has announced that head coach Mike London will return for the 2015 season. London is 5-6 this year, and 23-37 in five seasons. Here's what you need to know.

40 assistant coaches were announced today as nominees for the Broyles Award. The winner will be announced on December 9th.

Portland State (FCS): Per source, head coach Nigel Burton has been let go. Burton lead the program for five seasons, compiling an overall record of 21-35, including a 3-9 mark this season. His best finish came in 2011 when they finished 7-4. Update> The University has now announced the move. Burton will receive the contractual balance remaining under his contract $187,500; however offsets apply should Burton accept another job during the next year. The University is in the process of hiring a new athletic director. The new AD will hire their next head coach per the University's release. Offensive coordinator Bruce Barnum will serve as interim head coach until a new head coach is hired.

Four assistants set to interview for the Kansas head coaching position.

Youngstown State (FCS - OH): Athletic director Ron Strollo said he expects to interview at least six potential candidates. We'll keep you posted as this one becomes more clear.

Penn: After 23 years at the University of Pennsylvania, defensive line coach Jim Schaefer has announced his resignation.

Prairie View A&M (FCS - TX): Prairie View A&M has now officially posted the head coaching job. See details, and how to apply, here.

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Munich Cowboys (Germany): The Munich Cowboys invite candidates for the position of offensive coordinator. The successful candidate will be responsible for running all aspects of the offense including practice plans, film breakdown, and other duties related to the position as assigned by the head coach. Should have experience with HUDL. Salary and benefits will be discussed during the interviewing process. The successful candidate must have experience as a coordinator (college level or higher). Coaching QB’s is preferred however all expertise’s will be considered. Interested candidates should email resume to head football coach Denauld Brown at