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Collegiate Sports Travel

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 FootballScoop Coaches of the Year Awards, presented by ProGrass

Georgia Southern: Kent State deputy athletic director Tom Kleinlein will be named the new athletic director at Georgia Southern. TK, you might recall is the former director of football operations at Arizona State. Wanted to become an AD and has reached that goal in just a few years. Impressive. 

Thursday August 23, 2012

Louisiana Tech: Sonny Dykes has hired Jeeb Hossain, a former on-campus recruiting coordinator at Kansas, as his director of football operations. 

Sunday August 12, 2012

Miami: Miami has hired former Arizona Cardinals scout Don Corzine as director of football operations. Corzine spent the past seven seasons working with the Cardinals. Prior to that he served as director of football operations at UConn. 

Thursday July 19, 2012

South Dakota: We hear that South Dakota is looking to hire a DFO. 

Wednesday July 18, 2012

Kentucky: Joker Phillips has announced the hiring of former UK defensive lineman Jeremy Jarmon as assistant director of football operations. 

Wednesday July 11, 2012

Miami: The University of Miami Athletic Department is seeking a Director of Football Operations. The position will assist the Head Football Coach and Deputy Athletic Director & Chief Operations Officer with the coordination, management, and direct oversight of all football administrative support operations. Requirements: Bachelor's degree and 5 years of experience in Intercollegiate Athletics. We ask that candidates fax their resume to 305-284-4617. The job is also posted on Miami's website

Kent State: We have learned that Kentucky assistant director of football operations Tommy Cook has been hired as director of football operations at Kent State. We hear Kentucky has identified their candidates to fill the position. 

Tuesday June 26, 2012

Richmond (FCS): The University of Richmond is seeking applicants for two open positions (football academic coordinator & video coordinator). Information about both positions can be found at www.URjobs.org or applicants can email eoriley@richmond.edu for more information. For the video coordinator position, the successful applicant will be the primary video support personnel for the football program.  This includes utilizing the DVSport video editing system to analyze game film, coordinating filming of practice and games, and supporting the football staff with their video needs.  The position is also responsible for supervising the daily operations of the athletic video department, managing the video department budget, as well as purchasing, maintaining, and inventorying all video equipment utilized by the athletic department.  A working knowledge of DVSPort Editing System is preferred.  Applicants must have the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population.  This is a 12-month position with full benefits and reports to the Assistant Athletic Director for Business Operations.  Bachelor’s degree required, master’s preferred with 3-5 years of experience in college or professional sports video management.  Adherence to all applicable NCAA, conference, and institutional rules and regulations is required.  Interested applicants should complete the on-line staff application at www.urjobs.org. The University of Richmond (www.richmond.edu), an NCAA Division I member of the Atlantic 10 Conference, is a nationally ranked liberal arts university offering a unique combination of  undergraduate and graduate programs through its schools of arts and sciences, business, leadership studies, law and continuing studies. With approximately 3,000 undergraduate students, Richmond offers 55 majors, 42 minors and 12 concentrations at the bachelor’s level. With students from more than 70 countries, visiting scholars from around the globe, and a thriving study abroad program, Richmond has a comprehensive international educational program. The University also has a top-ranked MBA program, an excellent law school, and thriving programs in the School of Continuing Studies and is located on a beautiful campus in Richmond, Virginia. We value diversity in our faculty, staff and student body. EOE

Wednesday June 20, 2012

Chattanooga (FCS): Chattanooga is seeking applicants for video coordinator. Role will be to coordinate the day-to-day operations of the Video department, including videotaping and editing all football games and practices for coaches' evaluation. Assists with physical set-up of video and computer equipment at games, practices, and various athletic events. Provides support and maintenance of video and computer equipment for on- and off-campus athletic events and daily operations. Supervises and coordinates student workers for practices, games and other athletic events, including training on various video equipment, emphasizing instruction of shooting and editing film using various cameras and editing procedures. Coordinates the logistics of practices, games and other details regarding video shoots, taking into consideration the needs of assigned coaches. Provides technical support to coaches and players during football-related meetings. Assists with football film exchange program and opponent film breakdown. Assists the recruiting coordinator with various video projects. Assists in producing highlight tapes for promotional recruitment and motivational use. Reports to the head football coach. This job is a 12 month position with a $24,000 salary that does not include benefits. Please send all resumes to Marcus Satterfield. marcus-satterfield@utc.edu  

South Dakota State University (FCS): South Dakota State is looking for a Head Football Equipment Manager. This person will be a graduate assistant in charge of the day-to-day operation of the equipment room, assist in operations, and all duties assigned by the Head Football Coach. LENGTH: 11 month contract. COMPENSATION: Stipend plus summer camps. SCHOOL: Two-thirds will be covered through graduate assistantship with one-third being covered by student. NOTE: No housing, no benefits, occasional meals. Will handle all games away and home, will have student assistants. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Must have a bachelor’s degree and be accepted in a Master’s degree program at SDSU for fall of 2012. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in equipment management at the FBS or FCS level. Interested candidates email only resume and cover letter to John Flynn, Assistant Football Coach, at john.flynn@sdstate.edu. No phone calls please. Position will start as soon as possible.