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Wednesday September 23, 2009
Wednesday morning: Coaches Quick Hits

Akron: FootballScoop has confirmed with sources at Akron that running backs coach / recruiting coordinator Reno Ferri has been suspended with pay for reasons associated with NCAA compliance.

Dartmouth: Brian Mann has been hired as Director of Football Operations.  Mann is a former Dartmouth graduate that spent the last 2 years out of football, working in the business in Washington D.C.

2010 Army All-American Game - East Squad: We are hearing that Maryville HS (TN) head coach George Quarles will serve as the head coach of the East.  The game takes place in San Antonio on January 9th.

Potential replacements for Myles Brand as next NCAA President: Bernard L. Franklin, NCAA executive vice president. Walter Harrison, president of the University of Hartford. Gene Smith, athletic director and associate vice president, Ohio State University. Michael L. Slive, commissioner, Southeastern Conference. Condoleezza Rice, a former U.S. secretary of state and a professor at Stanford University.
Tuesday September 22, 2009

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Tuesday morning: Coaches Quick Hits

Livingstone College: Head coach Lamonte Massie has asked to be reassigned to another position at the college.  Assistant head coach Eric Brown will serve as the interim head coach.  A national search will begin at the end of the season for the next head football coach. Livingstone is currently 0-3 on the season.
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Monday September 21, 2009

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Monday morning: Coaches Quick Hits

Livingstone College: Head coach Lamonte Massie has asked to be reassigned to another position at the college.  Assistant head coach Eric Brown will serve as the interim head coach.  A national search will begin at the end of the season for the next head football coach. Livingstone is currently 0-3 on the season.

2010 & 2011 Open Dates Database: We will be updating the database again this afternoon.
Sunday September 20, 2009
Sunday morning: Coaches Quick Hits

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Friday September 18, 2009
Friday morning: Coaches Quick Hits

NFL coaches to college: A number of NFL assistant coaches are increasingly concerned about what their contracts for the 2011 season will look like with a lockout on the horizon. Larry Kennan, the executive director of the NFL Coaches Association, said the assistants fear that teams will write their contracts with provisions if there is no season. "Basically, there's going to be an amount if there is a season and a lot less if there's not," Kennan said. "That's what everybody is expecting and a lot of guys are worried about it." There isn't much many assistant coaches can do about that, so expect a fair number of coaches to look at college jobs, where there will be more security in the short term. That could mean an exodus of assistants from the NFL ranks for a season or two.  "I could easily see that happening," Kennan said. "There's more security and, by and large, the lifestyle at the college level is a lot more manageable."
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