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Thursday December 4, 2008  (Update 5)

Washington: USC offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian will be named head football coach at Washington.
Thursday December 4, 2008  (Update 4)

Kansas State: Kansas assistant coach Joe Bob Clements has been hired to coach the defensive ends at Kansas State.

Miami (OH): We hear that Michigan defensive coordinator Scott Shafer is interested in the Miami (OH) head coaching position.

Washington: Mike Leach has just withdrew his name for consideration of the Washington head coaching job.

JOB POSTING:

Mayville State University: has an immediate opening for a restricted earnings coach for spring 2009 semester that will turn into a Graduate Assistant Position the fall 2009 semester.  This is a perfect opportunity for a young coach trying to get some experience.  Position would be on the defensive side of the ball (preferably DL) and would include coaching a position group, recruiting you own area, and assisting with the strength and conditioning program.  Position would run from January 5th through May 15th and would pay a stipend of $2,000.  Then next year the position would be August 1st through May 15th with a $4000 stipend.  A dorm room would be available for $50 a month as well as a meal plan on campus for 5 meals per week.  Graduate studies would include a full tuition waiver and are done through the University of North Dakota in the Kinesiology program with specializations in Exercise Science, Coaching, or Sports Management.  Admission is required for the graduate program.  Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references to Nathan Chin, Head Football Coach.  Email <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.> <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>.  The job will be open until filled.
Thursday December 4, 2008

Clemson: Tennessee defensive coordinator John Chavis has interviewed at Clemson.

East Central University (OK): It appears Kansas State assistant head coach Tim McCarty will once again become the head coach at East Central University.

Fort Valley State: Sources tell FootballScoop that Tennessee State defensive coordinator Rod Reed will interview for the head coaching position at Fort Valley State.

Washington: Fresno State head coach Pat Hill withdrew his name from consideration to become the next head coach at Washington.
Thursday December 4, 2008  (Update 2)

Clemson: Former Mississippi State assistants Woody McCorvey and Charlie Harbison have joined the staff at Clemson.  Harbison is expected to coach the defensive backs.  McCorvey's role is uncertain at this point.

Iowa State: We hear that former Auburn offensive coordinator Al Borges is a candidate to become the offensive coordinator at Iowa State.

North Carolina A&T: Athletic director Wheer Brown has just released several assistant at NC A&T.  Assistants Kenneth Ray, John McKenzie, Tayrone Odems, Mack Vincent, Chris Robinson, and Myron Jackson will not return.  Interim head coach George Ragsdale and defensive backs coach Travis Oliver will continue to recruit until a new head football coach is hired.  Sources tell FootballScoop that NC A&T is targeting several candidates including Southern Miss assistant coach Frank Wilson and Miami Hurricanes assistant Tommy Robinson.

Stillman College: Stillman College in Alabama has named L.C. Cole head football coach.  Cole served as the defensive coordinator at Texas Southern this past season.  Cole is also the former head coach at Alabama State and Tennessee State.

Tulane: Sources tell FootballScoop that defensive coordinator O'Neil Gilbert will not return.
Thursday December 4, 2008

Toledo: Inside sources tell FootballScoop that Oklahoma State defensive coordinator Tim Beckmen will be named head football coach as early as today.
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