Wednesday April 28, 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.
Union (NAIA – KY): Union College is accepting applications for a Defensive Graduate Assistant. Preferably with experience with Linebackers or Defensive Backs. With a start date of August 1st. Applicants must be able to gain acceptance into one of Union’s Graduate Programs and pass a BACKGROUND CHECK. Job responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, Coaching your own position, Running your own position meetings, assisting the defensive coordinator in weekly game preparation, study hall, Recruiting, and other duties assigned by the Defensive Coordinator or Head Coach. Compensation is $4500 stipend over 10 Months as well as a Full Tuition Waiver for graduate school. Review of Applications will begin Immediately. Send resume with references attached to [email protected].
Boston College: After the athletic department announced an all-but-football deal with New Balance, the football program announced their apparel deal with Adidas today.
Texas A&M: Aggies defensive coordinator Mike Elko, who had been among the candidates for the job at Kansas, has opted to remain in College Station, Matt Zenitz tweets.
Iowa Wesleyan (NAIA): Iowa Wesleyan University is seeking applications for the position of defensive coordinator. This is a Full –time position, reporting to the head football coach. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Assisting the head coach in all facets of a NAIA scholarship program, recruiting student-athletes who fit the culture of the program and university. Prior collegiate coaching experience and or competitive collegiate playing experience required. Salary based on experience and looking for a June 15th start date. To be considered please send Resume, Cover Letter and 3 professional references to Head Coach MD Daniels. Email [email protected]. No phone calls please.
Southern (FCS – LA): Southern has considered going the “Deion Sanders / Eddie George” route, according to NFL Network. More here.
NCAA: The NCAA board of governors has unanimously extended Mark Emmert’s contract through Dec. 31, 2025. More here.
WARROOM: “WARROOM has streamlined our recruiting and made it so we have better communication as a staff. We have never had an ‘all in one tool’ like this and it gives us an edge over every other school. If you are not using WARROOM you are behind in the game.”
Memphis: Per source, Alex Faulk has accepted a quality control recruiting position Memphis. Faulk previously served as the defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Forrest City HS (AR). He replaces Sherman Wilson, who took the recruiting coordinator job at Louisiana Tech.
Western Carolina: This one is now official, Kerwin Bell has been named head coach of the Catamounts.
Greensboro (D-III – NC): Greensboro College is currently looking to fill two positions, an offensive skill and a defensive line coach. Each position will have their own position group and recruiting area. These are stipend positions and a possible full-time for the right fit. There is the possibility of housing and some meals. Collegiate-level playing or coaching experience in the sport of football is preferred. Experience with hudl and creating recruiting graphics is a big plus. Please email Coach Card [email protected].
Ole Miss: Offensive line coach / run game coordinator Randy Clements will not return, according to multiple reports. More here.
Masters of Sports Administration: Upper Iowa’s MSA degree provides learners with the current theories, concepts, and learning models necessary to assume administrative, coaching and leadership roles in high school, higher education and sports business settings. The online degree is available with emphasis in Sports Management or Coaching & Leadership Education.
UNC-Greensboro: UNCG Club Football is looking to fill the Offensive line coach position. This is a non-paid position. You will be responsible for coaching your own line group and recruiting your own line group. Coaching experience is necessary and you must be committed. If interested please send your resume and contact information to [email protected].
The Spring League: The Spring League has an immediate need for a head athletic trainer. The position needs to be filled as soon as possible. The head athletic trainer will oversee four teams based in Indianapolis. Meals & lodging provided, in addition to compensation. Full-time, approximate 6-week position, running through mid-June. To apply, please email John Peterson at [email protected].
New Coaching Changes Page: Keep track of all the 2020-21 NFL and College head coaching movement here.