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Tuesday December 23, 2008

Wyoming: We hear Trent Greener will be joining Dave Christensen's staff at strength coach.

Saturday December 20, 2008

San Diego State:  Sources tell FootballScoop that new Head Coach Brady Hoke has made an offer to his former S&C Coach at Ball State Aaron Wellman.  

Friday December 19, 2008

Birmingham-Southern: We hear Brian Sheppard has accepted the head strength & conditioning job at Birmingham-Southern University.

Tennessee: Sources tell FootballScoop that South Carolina head strength coach Mark Smith has accepted the same position at Tennessee.

Wednesday December 17, 2008

Washington: USC assistant Charr Cahagan is joining the Washington strength staff.  Ivan Lewis will be the head strength coach.

Monday December 15, 2008

Tennessee: It appears there is a job opening at Tennessee.

Wednesday December 10, 2008

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University of Iowa: There is an assistant strength position open at Iowa.

LSU: We hear head strength & conditioning coach Tommy Moffitt has no intentions of leaving LSU.

University of Memphis: There is a graduate assistant position open at the University of Memphis.

University of Washington: We hear Aaron Ausmus is a candidate at Washington and Tennessee.

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Tuesday December 2, 2008

University Of Hawai'i: The University of Hawai'i is seeking applications for two Graduate Assistant Coaches for the Fall 2009 semester.  The coaches will assist with football and be assigned additional teams to supervise as well attending to the daily maintenance of the training facility.   The position requires admittance into the graduate program at the University of Hawaii. The GA must take a minimum of 6 credits per semester and maintain good academic standing. Tuition and a monthly (11 months/year) stipends will be provided.  Qualifications: Strong work ethic, great energy and enthusiasm, desire to pursue a career in strength and conditioning. A bachelor's degree in exercise science, or related field, and full admittance into the graduate program is required. Certification through an accredited association (NSCA, CSCCa, or UASW) and 1 year training at the collegiate level preferred.  Responsibilities: Assisting the Strength and Conditioning in all aspects of training and upkeep of the training facility.  Start date: August 2009.  How to Apply: Send a cover letter, resume, a list of 3 references to Tommy Heffernan, Head Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at <[email protected]> .  Deadline for Application: Monday, February 16, 2009.