Sunday December 7, 2008  (Update 2)

Clemson: We hear the offensive line coach Brad Scott may become the Director of High School Relations at Clemson. 

Northwestern State: Sources have just told FootballScoop that former Baylor head coach Guy Morris has spoken with Northwestern State.

UT-Chattanooga: We hear that former Ottawa Renegades head coach John Jenkins is in the mix at UTC.

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Sunday December 7, 2008

Auburn: Auburn will interview Buffalo head coach Turner Gill.

New Mexico: Florida defesive line coach Dan McCarney will interview at New Mexico.  McCarney is the former head coach at Iowa State.

Northwestern State: Sources tell FootballScoop that several coaches are making a push for the head coaching job at Northwestern State.  Those interested in the job include former McNeese State head coach Tommy Tate, former Grambling head coach Melvin Spears, Arkansas-Monticello head coach Gwaine Mathews, South Alabama offensive coordinator Les Koenning, and former NW State head coach Sam Goodwin. 

USC: We hear USC wide receivers coach John Morton will take over as offensive coordinator.  Don't be surprised to see former USC assistant Carl Smith join the staff to coach the quarterbacks. 

Utah State: New head football coach Gary Anderson has hired Bill Busch as defensive coordinator and John Rushing as cornerbacks coach.  Busch most recently coach the safeties and special teams at Nebraska from 2005-2007.  Rushing has served as the Utah State cornerbacks coach.  
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Saturday December 6, 2008

Clemson: We hear that Dabo Swinney does not plan to hire a new offensive coordinator. 

Kansas State: It appears that Bill Snyder will retain Jeff Rodgers as special teams coordinator / recruiting coordinator. 

Wyoming: We hear that former Toledo offensive lineman Jim Harding will be joining Dave Christensen's staff.

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Friday December 5, 2008 (Update 4)

Kansas State: Head coach Bill Snyder has hired Maryland defensive coordinator Chris Cosh in the same capacity. Cosh will also add the title of assistant head coach.

Mississippi State: Boise State head coach Chris Peterson is not a candidate.

Ole Miss: Head coach Houston Nutt has agreed to a contract extension through 2012.  Nutt will reportedly make in the $2.5 - $2.8 million per year.
Friday December 5, 2008  (Update 3)

Wyoming: We hear that New Hampshire cornerbacks coach Alex Grinch will join Dave Christensen's staff at Wyoming.  It also appears that Northern Iowa defensive line coach Jerry Montgomery will end up in Laramie.

Job Posting:

Carroll University:  Offensive Line Coach/Assistant Track Coach - The Offensive Line Coach and Assistant Track Coach reports to the Head football Coach, the Head Track Coach and the Athletic Director and is responsible for assisting in all aspects of the university's intercollegiate football and track programs.  Responsibilities: Assists the Head Football Coach and the Track Coach in practices and games.  Follows all rules and guidelines set forth by the NCAA Division III, the Midwest Conference, and the Carroll University Athletic Program Professional Code of Conduct.  Recruits and retains student athletes for the university and the athletic program.  Performs other duties as assigned. Education and/or Experience: Bachelor's degree required.  Previous experience in football and track coaching required.  Participation in collegiate football/track preferred.  Human Relations Skills:  Ability to function effectively as a team player.  Positive attitude towards the university and its intercollegiate programs essential.  Ability to conduct self in a productive, professional manner at all times.  Submit cover letter and resume via e-mail to <> <mailto:>  or by mail to: Human Resources, Carroll University, 100 N. East Ave, Waukesha, WI 53186.
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