Posted by: Chris Vannini on Sunday November 23, 2014
Missouri State: The Springfield News-Leader lists eight potential candidates for the Missouri State job, including Missouri quarterbacks / associate head coach Andy Hill and Wisconsin-Whitewater head coach Lance Leipold. Read the full list in the News-Leader’s story.
Wofford: As we reported last week, tight ends coach Pete Kalinowski has officially stepped down for a position outside of football.
Missouri State: President Clif Smart tells the Springfield News-Leader he hopes to raise the head-coach compensation package to $200,000, putting it the middle of the Missouri Valley Conference, but will need private donations. Former head coach Terry Allen earned around $150,000. In addition, the school has announced a search committee comprising of university chief of staff Ryan DeBoef, senior associate director of athletics Casey Hunt, lawyer Tom Strong, local insurance agent Fred Harle and professor Jim Hutter.
Clemson: Dabo Swinney puts the coaching carousel in perspective.
Missouri State: Head coach Terry Allen will not return next season, per the Springfield News-Leader. Allen’s contract ended on Saturday, and he tells the News Leader he's done being a head coach. Allen went 132-123 in 22 seasons as a head coach, including 37-64 in nine years at Missouri State.
Alabama State: Reggie Barlow completed his seventh season at ASU on Saturday with a fifth straight year with at least seven wins. Barlow’s contract extension was rescinded by the school’s board of trustees last week, meaning his contract ends soon. But Barlow told the Montgomery Advertiser, "I believe it will all work itself out and we will stay committed to the cause."
Florida A&M: Interim head coach Corey Fuller told reporters after Saturday’s season finale that FAMU will “never be 3-9 again” if he gets the head-coaching job on a full-time basis, for which he applied two weeks ago. Read more of Fuller’s comments in the Tallahassee Democrat.
Nicholls State: New head Tim Rebowe’s contract is a four-year deal worth $130,000 annually, according to the Daily Comet.