The Scoop – Thursday April 29, 2021

Thursday April 29, 2021

FBS Staff Tracker: The 2020-21 FBS Staff Tracker page, where you can see how each new head coach is filling their staff, is up and running.

Texas State: Athletic director Larry Teis is stepping down effective August 31st and executive senior associate athletics director for external operations Don Coryell will be the interim AD.

Name, Image and Likeness: With one amendment passed last night, Florida’s legislature could push the state’s college athletes from first to last to realize the oncoming NIL market.

Alfred (D-III – NY): Alfred University is currently accepting applications for a Graduate Assistant Coach opening on the defensive side of the ball. Prior coaching or playing experience is preferred. This position includes a stipend, some meals but no housing. This is a 10 month contract. If interested please email Offensive Coordinator, Stephen Pribble at [email protected]. Please no phone calls.

FCS Quarterfinals: Four great games are on tap for this weekend and we preview them all here.

Urban Meyer: According to a coaching veteran with a Super Bowl ring, Urban Meyer’s biggest challenge in the NFL is going to be…

Butler CC (JC – KS): Butler Community College, has an opening for a DFO / Graphic Designer. This is a part-time position, with no benefits. Housing and meals are provided. Job responsibilities: Create and Design graphics for recruiting & program, assist with travel & meals, & assist with recruiting. Must be proficient using Photoshop or similar editing software. Special consideration giving to those in video editing. Please email resume and references to Offensive Coordinator Brice Vignery at [email protected]com. Please no phone calls.

UPike (NAIA – KY): Allan Holland, the winningest head coach in program history, has stepped down.

Chattanooga (FCS – TN): Chris Malone, the Mocs’ former offensive line coach fired in January over an offensive tweet, is now suing to get his job back, and compensation, “I criticize the wrong politician and suddenly I’m racist? That’s completely false and a very tired cliché, I might add.

Bingos, Peels, and Cops—Bud Foster’s Pressure Build-Ins to Defend Mobile QBs and Dual Threat RBs: The premise is simple. Find the back in protection and overload him. It’s a philosophy that defensive coaches work tirelessly to achieve when designing their pressures. Truth is, Bud Foster was already building in these add-on rushes from a man cover perspective for years. Foster’s system consists of man pressures from the Mike, Backer, Rover, and Whip/Nickel position. They can be run as single huddle calls or built-in adjustments based on formation. Part 4 of X&O Labs’ continuing series with Bud Foster features his pressure build-ins to defend mobile QBs and Dual threat RBs. This report include video. Go here to start reading/watching.  

Southeast Missouri (FCS): Two SEMO assistants have resigned, sources tell FootballScoop.

Ohio State: Offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson and a few other members of the Buckeyes staff have earned raises.

Nebraska: Athletic director Bill Moos has set the expectations high for Scott Frost and staff heading into 2021 season at “8 or 9 wins.”

Boston College: Under Armour is out, and while most athletic programs at BC will be outfitted by New Balance, the football program announced an apparel deal with Adidas.

New Coaching Changes Page: Keep track of all the 2020-21 NFL and College head coaching movement here.

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