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August 5th Scoop

Thursday August 5, 2010

Western Oregon University: Former Washington State grad assitant Ryan Smaha filled the offensive assistant position at Western Oregon.

Ventura College: FootballScoop has learned that Todd Stratton has joined the staff as offensive coordinator / quarterbacks / running backs coach.  Stratton coached last season as the head coach at Las Vegas Coronado HS.  He has coached at UNLV, Southern Utah, and Citrus College during his career.

Manchester College: Beloit College offensive line coach Chris Harris accepted the offensive line position at Manchester College. 

Duquesne University: Former Cal University (PA) quality control coach and NFL assistant Dwain Painter has been hired as an offensive assistant. St. Francis (PA) assistant Michael Craig has joined the staff as special teams coordinator / linebackers coach. Also, running backs coach Matt Stansfield adds title of run game coordinator. 

Southwest Minnesota State University: (NCAA Division 2), member of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, has an immediate opening for 2 Volunteer Football Coaches. Responsibilities will primarily involve assisting the offensive/defensive coaches during practice and games and other duties assigned by the Head Football Coach. This position offers no pay and no benefits but includes the possibility of turning into a Graduate Assistantship in the future. Candidates should email or send cover letter and resume to; Southwest Minnesota State University, Attn: Jeremy Darveau, Offensive Line Coach, 1501 State Street, FH 316, Marshall, MN, 56258 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled, the start date is ASAP.  No phone calls please.

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