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Sunday November 2, 2008

Weekly Poll Result

Which assistant coach is the front-runner to win the Broyles Award for the assistant coach of the year?


  • Joe DeForest (Okla. State STC) (43%, 671 Votes)

  • Ellis Johnson (South Carolina DC) (11%, 168 Votes)

  • James Shibest (Ole Miss STC) (11%, 168 Votes)

  • Will Muschamp (Texas DC) (11%, 163 Votes)

  • Tom Bradley (Penn State DC) (10%, 157 Votes)

  • Stan Parrish (Ball State OC) (8%, 122 Votes)

  • Gus Malzahn (Tulsa OC) (4%, 55 Votes)

  • Kevin Wilson (Oklahoma OC) (3%, 43 Votes)


Total Voters: 1,547 

Thursday  October 30, 2008

Washington: We hear there is communication between former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick and officials with University of Washington about the Huskies' head coaching position.

JOB OPENING:

CoachComm: Territory Managers - CoachComm, LLC is seeking (3) full time outside Territory Managers (Outside Sales Representatives). These positions will be based in Ohio, the North/South Carolina Region and the Northeast Region.  The Territory Manager will be responsible for managing the outside sales initiative of all CoachComm products for a specified sales territory.  The TM must demonstrate a professional and proactive sales capability, be able to self manage projects, meet sales goals and grow our customer base. Must have strong interpersonal and organizational skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills and a professional demeanor. Travel is required and will include overnight and extended stays on a frequent basis in order to manage the sales territory.  Associate's or Bachelor's Degree and previous experience in a similar role are preferred.  Coaching experience is a plus as is knowledge of Audio, Video and Wireless equipment.  Please email your resume to <> or <>
Wednesday  October 28, 2008

Webb Electronics: Make money selling video analysis software to the sports market.  Webb Electronics, the creator of the Cowboy Remote and video editing pioneer, is looking nationwide for contract sales representatives in your home town area to promote and sell our software and core products to the high school and college markets: 1. Earn as you learn. We will pay you to learn our products.  2. Become a certified contract sales rep 3. Make money with our generous commission program.  4. Perfect opportunity for current or retired coaches.  As a contract sales representative you will be calling on coaches from all sports.  Webb's online database has over 69,000 multi sport coaches' names and phone numbers.  Webb has a team of sales and marketing professionals to support you along the way.  High speed internet, a PC computer and desire to make money are the minimum requirements for the position. For more company and product information visit our web site, http://www.webbelectronics.com .  Please email your resume and cover letter to <> .  Due to the fact that we are filling positions nationally we are unable to take calls at this time. Serious sports minded candidates with qualified resumes will be contacted directly by the company for a phone interview.
Wednesday  October 29, 2008

Concordia University: Concordia University in Nebraska has announced that head coach Countney Meyer will retire at the end of the season.  Coach Meyer has been the head football coach since 1990.

Indiana: Indianapolis attorney and civic leader, Fred Glass, has been named the new athletic director at Indiana University.  Glass will begin his role on January 2, 2009.

Washington: USC offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian stated, "I'd look at it and assess it.  It's obviously been one of the premier jobs not ony in the PAC-10 but in the country, so you'd have to look at it."  Sarkisian wants to become a college head coach.
Tuesday  October 28, 2008   (Breaking News)

San Diego Chargers: Defensive coordinator Ted Cottrell has been dismissed and replaced by current inside linebackers coach Ron Rivera.

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