|Monday June 2, 2014
Fordham: Head coach Joe Moorhead has announced that quarterbacks coach/pass game coordinator Andrew Breiner has been promoted to offensive coordinator.
NY Giants: Iowa special teams grad assistant Kelvin Bell will work with the NY Giants this summer as part of the Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship program.
Itawamba CC (MS): Head coach Jon Williams has resigned per 247 sports. We can confirm that Williams is joining Todd Monken's staff at Southern Miss in the role that Steve Buckley previously filled.
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SUNY Cortland (D-III): Per source, Marist College (FCS) defensive line coach / special teams coordinator Tunde Agboke has accepted the defensive coordinator / defensive line job at SUNY Cortland.
El Camino College (CC - Compton, CA): El Camino College Compton Center has named Broderick Jackson their new head coach.
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Mercyhurst (D-II - PA): Offensive grad assistant Ryan Riemedio has been promoted to defensive line coach.
Sunday June 1, 2014
South Florida: USF defensive line coach Eric Mathies has been placed on administrative leave after he was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence Saturday morning.
ESPN: Mack Brown will join ESPN's roster of college football studio analysts according to Chip Brown of HornsDigest.com. Expect a formal announcement in the coming week.
Minot State (D-II - ND): Per source, Brian Boerboom has resigned as offensive coordinator/offensive line coach. Jeff Miller, Javier Gonzalez and Taylor Spears have also left the program.
Miles College (D-II - AL): Per source, Tuskegee wide receivers coach Rodney Bivens has been hired as wide receivers coach at Miles College. We also hear former St. Louis Rams and Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Dexter McCleon will join the staff as defensive backs coach this coming week.
Valdosta State (D-II - GA): Per source, quarterbacks coach/recruiting coordinator Adam Froman is leaving to take a job with XOS.
De Anza College (JC - CA): De Anza College has promoted defensive line coach John Lango to associate head coach and wide receivers coach Burt Codera to passing game coordinator.
Saturday May 31, 2014
Georgia State: Former Georgia State head coach Bill Curry told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution he has no interest in becoming the Panthers' next athletics director. Current AD Cheryl Levick announced Friday she will transition to a role as special assistant to university president Mark Becker.
|Friday May 30, 2014
Please keep Wingate University assistant coach Mike Pope in your prayers. Coach Pope has had to cancel his Hawg Tuff football camp due to a serious illness, and your prayers would be greatly appreciated.
New York Jets: The Jets have hired Johnathan Stigall and Seth Turner as scouts. Stilgall spent the past four years as a scout for the Cleveland Browns, and before that worked for the Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears. Turner spent the previous 13 years in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization.
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Austin Peay: Offensive grad assistant Brandon Jordan has been promoted to defensive line coach and Leron Eaddy, who played for head coach Kirby Cannon at Central Michigan, will coach the defensive backs with Cannon.
Tampa Bay Bucs: Former Syracuse offensive line coach Pat Perles has joined the staff as a player personnel scout. Perles originally accepted the offensive line job with the Toronto Argonauts earlier this year, but never officially joined the staff. Also, Shelton Quarles is transitioning from director of pro scouting to to director of player personnel, Scott Cohen is moving from senior personnel advisor to director of pro scouting, and Andre Ford, Tony Harde, Byron Kiefer and Tony Kinkela all return as college scouts along with the addition of Brian Hudspeth, who was a national scout last year.
North Carolina Wesleyan (D-III - NC): NC Wesleyan is no longer accepting applications for the three intern positions. Thank you all for the overwhelming interest.
Buffalo Bills: Syracuse alum and grad assistant Siriki Diabate has been chosen by the Bills to participate in the Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship program.
Morrisville State (D-III - NY): Former Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (D-III - CA) offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Patrick Rotchford is joining the staff as offensive line coach / run game coordinator. Also Taylor Hall, who served as linebackers coach at Pace University (D-II - NY), is joining the staff and will coach the safeties.
|Thursday May 29, 2014
Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech has promoted Pete Hurt from assistant director of player personnel to director of player personnel.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Offensive line coach George Yarno has been diagnosed with cancer, but will remain with the team during his treatment. Please keep coach Yarno in your thoughts.
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Wilkes (D-III - PA): Head coach Trey Brown has finalized his full time staff as follows; Matthew DiBernardo (assistant HC / OL), Harry Armstrong (WRs), Paul Jefferson (DL), Cole Glennon (DC).
Michigan: The offensive coordinator position has been named after Michigan alum Sanford Robertson after a $3 million donation to the football program. Doug Nussmeier will now have the official title of "the Sanford Robertson Offensive Coordinator".
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Georgia Southern: Per source, West Virginia State (D-II) receivers coach Derrick Sherman has accepted a grad assistant position at Georgia Southern working with the wide receivers.
Penn State: Brad "Spider" Caldwell, who spent 31 years with the Penn State program, has decided to accept the activities director / AD position at Fair Haven Union HS (VT). Caldwell has worked with the equipment staff since 1986.
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