Posted by: Chris Vannini on Wednesday July 01, 2015
Big Ten: Here is CoachingSearch’s look at the Big Ten running backs coaches.
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Virginia Tech: Defensive backs coach / passing game coordinator Torrian Gray’s letter of appointment has been renewed through June 30, 2016, and his salary will remain at $275,000, according to the Virginian-Pilot. Eight of the nine Virginia Tech assistants have letters of appointment through June 2016. Defensive coordinator / inside linebackers coach Bud Foster is the only one on contract, which is through 2019.
Mid-American Conference: Director of football operations / special events Kerri Krawczak has been promoted to director of football operations and external relations for the MAC, and assistant commissioner for institutional services Kristin Williams has been promoted to associate commissioner for institutional services and senior woman administrator.
Morgan State: Per source, offensive line / assistant head coach Dwayne Foster is no longer on the staff and has taken another job. Foster spent one season at Morgan State after three years as offensive line / assistant head coach at North Carolina Central.
Liberty: Assistant director of player personnel Kettie Fickter has been promoted to director of player personnel and recruiting. Fickter joined Liberty in 2014 after working in event management at Wake Forest and LSU. She served as Liberty’s assistant to the director of football operations and recruiting in 2009.
Eastern Kentucky: Liberty director of player personnel and recruiting Charlie Skalaski III will join the staff at Eastern Kentucky, according to Flames Nation. Skalaski coached tight ends and wide receivers at Liberty from 2003-11 and rejoined the staff in 2014 as director of player personnel / recruiting. He coached with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012.
Bethune-Cookman: Athletic director Lynn Thompson has been promoted to vice president for intercollegiate athletics. Thompson has served as B-CU’s athletic director since 1991.