Monday February 9, 2009 (Update 5)
St. Louis Rams: The Rams have hired Clayton Lopez as a defensive assistant, Andy Sugarman as a quality control on offense and Derius Swinton as a quality control on defense.
Utah: The Utes have hired Rice offensive line coach Blake Miller to coach their OL.
Monday February 9, 2009 (Update 4)
Boston College: Dave Brock, formerly of Kansas St., has been hired as Tight Ends coach and Sean Devine, UNH, is joining the staff as OL coach.
Louisville: Jeff Brohm is no longer with the staff. Our sources tell us he is expected to land at FAU. Jeff Lewis has been added to the staff as WRs coach and Matt Wells has joined as QBs coach.
Monday February 9, 2009 (Update 3)
Marshall: FootballScoop has confirmed that Jeff Burrow will be joining the staff at Marshall. Burrow has strong connections to defensive coordinator Rick Minter.
Monday February 9, 2009 (Update 2)
Miami: We hear head coach Randy Shannon has spoken with North Carolina's John Lovett about joining the staff. Lovett and Miami assistant Joe Pannunzio are close friends.
Pitt: Sources tell FootballScoop that Walt Harris is in the mix for the open OC job as is veteran NFL coach Tom Clements.
Yale: Head coach Tom Williams has retained coaches Rick Flanders, Larry Ciotti and Duane Brooks.
Monday February 9, 2009
Boston College: We hear Boston College head coach Frank Spaziani is interested in hiring New Hampshire offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Sean Divine as offenisve line coach.
BasketballScoop: We launched BasketballScoop on Friday. Please let your friends who work the courts know.
Miami: Our sources tell us that Miami head coach Randy Shannon would like to have a new assistant in place by the end of the week.
New York Jets: As FootballScoop first reported, Oakland Raiders assistant John DeFillipo has officially joined the Jets' staff as assistant quarterbacks coach.
Washington: Who do you hear is in line for the wide receivers job? As we reported over a week ago, Aaron Roderick has returned to the Utah coaching staff.
Yale: What do you hear about new assistants?