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Friday November 27, 2015


Full list of FBS staff changes can be found here.

Boise State: Boise secured their 8th win of the season today. By contract, that adds another year to Bryan Harsin’s contract worth at least $1.85 million per Steve Berkowitz of USA Today.

Hawaii: Per the Star Advertiser out of Honolulu, UH athletic director David Matlin has interviewed five candidates: Rich Ellerson, June Jones, Rich Miano, Brian Norwood and Nick Rolovich. The Star Advertiser reports that they don’t expect anyone else to be considered. Sources told FootballScoop that June Jones and Nick Rolovich were both being deeply vetted by the program and that a decision could be made any day.

LSU: Les Miles in “an indirect but clear manner” indicated to the Tigers’ Gridiron Club tomorrow’s game with Texas A&M will indeed be his last at LSU, according to Cody Worsham of Tiger Rag. As Scott discussed on Baton Rouge’s ESPN radio this morning, this is real. LSU football noted tonight via twitter that Les has not resigned and did not say he plans to resign. Les isn’t resigning, this is being driven by his athletic director.

Garden City (CC – KS): Garden City Community College has an opening at Offensive Coordinator. Please contact head coach Jeff Sims at

Missouri: An update on Missouri’s search where sources tell FootballScoop Matt Campbell is a strong candidate.

Urbana (D-II – OH): Urbana is looking for an entry level offensive position coach. Salary is $5k with no benefits. Interested applicants please send resume and references to head coach Tyler Haines at

McPherson College (NAIA – KS): McPherson College has an immediate opening for an offensive line coach. This is a full-time position. Candidates need to have offensive line coaching experience. You can send resume and references to head coach Paul Mierkiewicz via email at No phone calls please.

Clark Atlanta (D-II – GA): Clark Atlanta University is looking for a home game on October 29, 2016. Preferably a D2 team but will consider other possibilities. If interested, please email coach Quinton Sagoes at

Texas: Charlie Strong was asked about potential staff changes after their 45-48 loss to Texas Tech last night, and he responded by saying that he plans to wait until after the season for any final decisions.

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