Monday June 1, 2009
Let us know what you hear. Want to post a job opening? Oregon State: We hear Oregon State the assistant football operations job was filled late last week.
Philadelphia Eagles: Brian Stewart has accepted a position with the Eagles. Stewart served as the defensive coordinator last season with the Dallas Cowboys, but was not retained at the end of the season.
2011 Open Dates: We should have the 2011 Open Dates database on the site late this week. You can fill out your OPEN DATES, so that we can help you see which programs are searching for games in 2011.
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20 head coaching changes took place this off-season in Division-I football. We thought it was interesting to research the new offensive coordinators and their previous experience as a college offensive coordinator.
Years as college offensive coordinator: Offensive Coordinator (College)
1st ever offensive coordinator job: Billy Napier (Clemson)1st ever offensive coordinator job: Eddie Faulkner (Ball State)1 year: Timm Rosenbach (New Mexico State)1 year: Doug Nussmeier (Washington)2 years: Matt Campbell (Toledo)2 years: Marcus Arroyo (Wyoming)3 years: Gus Malzahn (Auburn)3 years: Mark Helfrich (Oregon)4 years: Peter Vaas (Miami OH)4 years: Tom Herman (Iowa State)8 years: Ian Shields (Army)8 years: Darrell Dickey (New Mexico)8 years: Dave Baldwin (Utah State)9 years: Jim Chaney (Tennessee)10 years: Les Koenning Jr. (Mississippi State)12 years: Gary Tranquill (Boston College)13 years: Rob Spence (Syracuse)14 years: Gary Nord (Purdue)16 years: Warren Ruggerio (Bowling Green)22 years: Al Borges (San Diego State)Note: Darrell Dickey, Dave Baldwin, Gary Nord, and Ian Shields have each served as a head coach at the collegiate level. Kansas State does not have an assistant coach with the title of "offensive coordinator".
The following new head coaches come will likely work extensively with the offensive game planning: Dabo Swinney (Clemson), Steve Sarkisian (Washington), Chip Kelly (Oregon), Mike Locksley (New Mexico), Dan Mullen (Mississippi State), Mike Haywood (Miami, OH), Lane Kiffin (Tennessee), Stan Parrish (Ball State), and Dave Clawson (Bowling Green).
Saturday May 30, 2009
Auburn: We hear Defensive GA Demarco McNeil is leaving the Gene Chizik's staff to take a full-time position at Birmingham-Southern.
Birmingham-Southern: Burt Stuart has joined the staff as linebackers coach. Stuart previously served as an assistant coach at Oak Mountain HS. Tim Sanders has also been promoted to full-time wide receivers coach.
Jackson State: We mentioned earlier this week that there was a report that offensive coordinator James Woody may not return. A Mississippi newspaper is now reporting that Woody will return to the staff, but has been suspened for 5 days without pay.
Friday May 29, 2009 (Update 2)
Elon University: FootballScoop has confirmed that former Allegheny College defensive line coach Charlie Porterfield has accepted the DFO position at Elon. Porterfield is a former Elon player and team captain.
Oklahoma: FootballScoop would like to congratulate Oklahoma athletic director, Joe Castiglione, on being named Athletic Director of the Year by the Sports Business Awards. Castiglione accepted the award last night in New York.
West Virginia University Institute of Technology: Montgomery, WV: is seeking candidates for the position of Assistant Football Coach. This position will be a Part Time Paid Stipend of $12,000.00 Candidates must possess a strong work ethic, highly motivated, enthusiastic self starter and understand that office hours do not exist. Previous College playing and/or coaching experience on the defensive side is highly recommended. A Working knowledge of video editing equipment (APEX editing system) and the ability to break down game film are required. Position will include coaching a defensive position, recruiting and assisting with Academics and all other duties assigned by Head Coach. Resume reviews will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. WVU Tech is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, committed to excellence through diversity, and Strongly Encourages Minority Coaches. Position will begin July 2009. Interested Coaches can email or fax their resume, and references to Fax # 304 442-3499 no phone calls please.
Wisconsin Lutheran College: Football Coaching Internship - Job Description: 1. Coach a defensive position in an on-field capacity. 2. Assist coordinators with weekly practice and game planning. 3. Coordinate video editing. 4. Recruit an assigned territory. 10 Month position (July 1, 2009 - April 30, 2010) Pay is $750 per month stipend with potential for other benefits. (No health insurance) Qualified applicants should be recent college graduates with an interest in coaching or administrating. Applicants with college playing experience and/or coaching experience are highly encouraged to apply. No phone calls please! Email or mail application to: Ben Murphy, Defensive Coordinator, Wisconsin Lutheran College, 8800 W. Bluemound Road, Milwaukee, WI 53226.
Friday May 29, 2009
Jackson State: There is a report that offensive coordinator James Woody will not return to the JSU staff.
Livingstone College: Current Alcorn State athletic director, Darren Hamilton, will take over the AD position at Livingstone late this summer.
Missouri State: Louisville assistant athletic director Kyle Moats has accepted the AD position at Missouri State.
Thursday May 28, 2009 (Update 2)
Boston College: We hear Boston College has an assistant recruiting coordinator job open.
Brockport: We hear 3 interviews will take place for the open position at Brockport. No more resumes are being taken.
Allegheny College: a rigorous selective liberal arts college and NCAA Division 3 member of the North Coast Athletic Conference invites applications for the position of Assistant Football Coach (defensive line). This is a ten-month, intern position with a competitive salary. Bachelor's degree required; Masters Degree preferred. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Assist the head coach with the organization and direction of the defensive line. Specific responsibilities include identification and on the road recruitment of athletically and academically qualified student-athletes; regular practice sessions and game preparation; and assisting with the management of equipment, team travel, program budgets, public/alumni relations and promoting the philosophy and objectives of the intercollegiate athletics program. The successful candidate must possess and will demonstrate excellent communication and organizational skills, good work ethic and self-motivation, the ability and willingness to be a positive role model, department member and representative of the College. Two years of coaching experience preferred. Additional duty such as event management, intramural or club sport supervision will be assigned by Athletic Director. Allegheny College is a Carnegie I national liberal arts college that ranks among the top 7% of all institutions in the production of future Ph.D.'s, business leaders and other professionals. The College is located in Northwest Pennsylvania, north of Pittsburgh. Its picturesque location is ideal for outdoor recreation, with eight freshwater lakes, ski areas and recreational opportunities all within easy reach. Anticipated start date for this position is July 13, 2009. Please submit a letter of application, professional resume, one page coaching philosophy and three references to the Office of Human Resources, Allegheny College, 520 N. Main Street, Meadville, PA 16335. Allegheny College is an Equal Opportunity Employer Visit the Allegheny College Web Site at www.allegheny.edu
Ouachita Baptist University: a Div. II Gulf South Conference member is looking for a restricted earnings secondary assistant. The position will be a 12 month contract with Full Benefits. Please E-mail your resume' and references to . Please Call Head Football Coach Todd Knight at 870-245-5314 after you have e-mailed your resume' and references.