Monday June 22, 2009

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Oregon State: We hear former Western Washington head coach, Robin Ross, has joined the Oregon State staff as offensive GA.  Western Washington dropped their football program after the 2008 season. 

Tennessee: Our sources tell us that Central Florida director of player personnel, Steve Rubio, is leaving the Golden Knights' staff to accept a position under Lane Kiffin at Tennessee.   Rubio will serve as the recruiting intern.

Alabama A&M: Former North Carolina A&T assistant coach John McKenzie has accepted the wide receivers position at Alabama A&M.

University of Washington: Former Arizona State tight end, Brent Miller, has accepted the offensive GA position under head coach Steve Sarkisian.  Miller will work with the tight ends at UW.
Oregon: Check the DFO Scoop

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Award Winner: Debo Clark, Founder/Owner of Collegiate Sports Travel was honored on June 11, 2009 with the "Texas Coaching Legend" award at the Angelo Football Clinic in San Angelo, TX. The award was presented to her for her 20 years of dedication and contribution not only to the College Football industry but to the San Angelo Football Clinic as well.  In the clinic's 36-year history, Clark was only the 12th person to receive the award as well as being the only woman and only "non-coach" to receive it.


Methodist University: Part-time jobs at Methodist University (Fayetteville, NC) Offering 2 part-time jobs (one on offense and one on defense). There is a $2,000 stipend. On the field duties only, working with jayvees and scout team. 20 hours per week from August 9 until mid-November. Send resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. No phone calls please. 

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We thought it was interesting to look at the assistant coaches that will coach against their former teams in 2009.  

Alex Gerke (Utah State) at Hawaii                                 Eddie Gran (Tennessee) vs. Auburn
Lorenzo Guess (South Florida) vs. Cincinnati             John Lovett (Miami) at North Carolina
Shannon Morrison (Bowling Green) at Marshall         Ed Orgeron (Tennessee) at Ole Miss
Danny Pearman (Clemson) at Maryland                     David Reeves (Tennessee) vs. South Carolina
Lance Thompson (Tennessee) at Alabama                Joe Tresey (South Florida) vs. Cincinnati
James Willis (Alabama) at Auburn                              Tracy Rocker (Auburn) vs. Ole Miss
Terry Price (Ole Miss) at Auburn                                 Dan Mullen (Mississippi State) vs. Florida
John Hevesy (Mississippi State) vs. Florida                Greg Knox (Mississippi State) vs. Auburn
Friday June 19, 2009

Dodge City Community College: is looking for an Offensive Line Coach/ Assistant Dorm Director.  Full-time position with benefits.  NO phone calls.  Fax or e-mail resumes.  Fax number is 620-227-9334.  Or e-mail resumes to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Manchester College: Hourly Defensive Assistant Coach Responsibilities: Assist Defensive Coordinator in game planning and practice organization. Recruiting assignment. Defensive Line or Defensive Backs preferred Qualifications: A bachelor's degree and playing or coaching at the college level is required. Computer knowledge and excellent communication skills are required.  Knowledge of Game Plan Video editing system. Work Schedule: This is a full-time, non-exempt, Ten-month position requiring seven days a week during the season and some evening and weekend hours required to recruit. Start date is Aug. 3, 2009.  Earnings cap at $12,500.00 Manchester College offers housing (excluding utilities), meals, tuition and insurance along with the opportunity to serve in a dynamic educational environment committed to faith, learning and services. To Apply:  For full consideration please submit a cover letter, resume and Employment Application to: Human Resources, Manchester College, 604 E. College Ave.  North Manchester, IN 46962. Or e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. FAX 260-982-5449
Thursday June 18, 2009 (Update 2)

Cincinnati: Head coach Brian Kelly has hired South Florida assistant strength coach, Lorenzo Guess, as tight ends coach. 

Kansas City Chiefs: FootballScoop has learned that former Boston College assistant recruiting cooridnator, Mike Borgonzi, has been hired by the Kansas City Chiefs organization.  Borgonzi will work within the Chiefs' scouting department as the new college scouting coordinator.
Thursday June 18, 2009

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William & Mary: Check the DFO Scoop

UAB: We are hearing that Kristopher King has been hired as the new offensive GA at UAB.  King previously served as the tight ends coach at Gardner-Webb the past 2 seasons.

Oberlin College: Former Virginia Tech running back, Lee Suggs, has accepted the full-time running backs position with Oberlin College.  Last season, Suggs coaches with Oberlin on a part-time basis.

Philadelphia Eagles: Assistant secondary coach Otis Smith will not return.  The Eagles had recently brought in former Dallas defensive coordinator Brian Stewart to assistant with the secondary. 

The Extra Point presented by Wilson

Wilson...The Official Ball of the NCAA Football Championships

Some of the best coaches in the country are at lower level programs, but here is a list of coaches that will experience their 1st full-time coaching experience at the D1 level this season:

Arizona State: Bryce Erickson (Running Backs)                Ball State: Joey Lynch (Wide Receivers)
Eastern Michigan: Antonio Carter (Wide Receivers)         Eastern Michigan: Tyrone Wheatley (RB's)
Georgia: Bryan McClendon (Running Backs)                       Iowa State: Shane Burnham (Defensive Tackles)
Marshall: Jeff Burrow (Asst. secondary)                              Memphis: John Wozniak (ST Coordinator)
Miami (OH): Lance Guidry (Defensive Backs)                      Miami (OH): KiJuan Ware (Running Backs)
Minnesota: Jedd Fisch (Offensive Coordinator / QB's)        Minnesota: Richard Hightower (Wide Receivers)
MTSU: Steve Ellis (Corners)                                                  Wyoming: Alex Grinch (Secondary)  
New Mexico: Tee Martin (Quarterbacks)                               New Mexico: J.B. Gerald (Wide Receivers)
New Mexico: Cheston Blackshear (Offensive Tackles)         New Mexico: Mike Degory (OG / Centers)
Oklahoma State: Robert Matthews (Quarterbacks)             Oregon: Scott Frost (Wide Receivers)
San Diego State: Brian Sipe (Quarterbacks)                        South Carolina: Jay Graham (Running Backs)
South Florida: Phil McGeoghan (Wide Receivers)                  Southern Miss: Travaris Robinson (Corners)
Toledo: Scott Satterfield (Quarterbacks)                                Toledo: Alex Golesh (Running Backs)
Toledo: Steve Clinkscale (Corners)                                        Tulsa: Mike Norvell (Wide Receivers)
UCLA: Carnell Lake (Corners)                                                 USC: Jeremy Bates (Quarterbacks)
Utah State: Iiaisa Tuiaki (Running Backs)                            Western Michigan: Ryan Cubit (Quarterbacks)
Wyoming: Jason Ray (Running Backs)                                   New Mexico State: Mike Rutenberg (DB's)
Utah State: Corey Raymond (Corners)                                  Wyoming: Alex Gerke (Secondary)
Buffalo: Joe Dailey (Tight Ends)                                             Utah State: TJ Woods (Tight Ends)
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Wednesday June 17, 2009 (Update 2)

Bowling Green: We are hearing that DE / recruiting coordinator Doug Phillips will return to the high school ranks.  FootballScoop has confirmed that a full-time position is open, but Coach Clawson may switch around some staff responsibilities on the defensive side of the ball.
North Texas: Check the strength scoop

Ohio State: Keith Uecker has joined the Ohio State staff as offensive quality control.  Uecker, 46, previously served as the offensive line coach at Wayne State University.

Iowa State: Paul Rhoads has signed his 5-year, $5.75 million contract.


Midwestern State University: (NCAA Division II / Lone Star Conference) is currently seeking a Graduate Assistant Football Coach. The position includes a stipend, housing, and tuition assistance for graduate school. Coaching responsibilities to include but not limited to Defensive Backs. Experience playing and coaching Defensive Backs preferred. Responsibilities include all aspects of the football program, including but not limited to, practice organization, contest preparation, recruitment weekends, student athlete development, spring football practice, and other duties as assigned by the Head Football Coach. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should send a letter of application, resume, and three recommendation contacts including phone numbers to: Rich Renner, Assistant Coach, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Fax # (940) 613-0187. 

Western Connecticut State University: an NCAA Division III member, competing in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, invites applications for multiple part-time football coaching positions.  The review of applications begins immediately. These positions begin August 1, 2009 and continue until the end of the fall semester.  Contracts are renewable for the spring semester.  Duties will include recruiting, coaching a position, opponent scouting & video breakdown (LRS Sports), practice preparation, and other auxiliary duties as assigned.  Compensation for these positions will include a stipend and will be commensurate with experience.   Qualifications:  Bachelor's Degree required.  Previous coaching experience, preferably at the intercollegiate level, is desirable. Knowledge and an understanding of NCAA rules/regulations for Division III Football is desired. Highly developed communication, organizational, managerial, and motivational skills are desired.  Proficient computer skills including Excel, Word and Playmaker software as well as Internet knowledge as it relates to scouting and recruiting.   Application Process:  Interested applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, and references to: Mr. John Burrell, Head Coach, WCSU, 181 White Street, Danbury, CT 06810 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  No phone calls please.  Western is an AA/EEO Educator/Employer.
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