Posted by: Chris Vannini on Tuesday October 28, 2014

Northern Colorado: Running backs coach Terrance Robinson is no longer with the team as of Sunday, Oct. 26, according to the school.

SMU: June Jones tells Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman he plans to do “one more turn-around” somewhere and coach for five-to-seven more years. Jones resigned as head coach at SMU earlier this season.

Florida A&M: The school has announced that head coach Earl Holmes has been dismissed, and defensive backs coach Corey Fuller will serve as interim head coach. The news was first reported by the Tallahassee Democrat. When Holmes was hired in 2013, the other two finalists were John Eason and John Hendrick. Eason is Georgia’s director of player development, while Hendrick is now the special teams coordinator at Arkansas-Pine Bluff. FAMU has a new athletic director this time around in Kellen Winslow, and don’t be surprised if Winslow targets a very recognized name.

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Monday October 27, 2014

Chicago Bears: Head coach Marc Trestman says there will not be any staff changes during the season.

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Friday October 24, 2014

Nicholls State: According to NOLA.com, Tulane co-defensive coordinator / defensive backs coach Lionel Washington interviewed for the head coaching position at Nicholls State on Thursday.

SMU: Athletic director Rick Hart tweeted today, “While it is not our policy to comment during a search process, the attention a recent report has attracted dictates it be addressed. While we have a great deal of respect for Mack Brown, no one associated with our search has contacted him or his representatives. To that end, there has been no offer or discussion of compensation with any potential candidates.”

Posted by: Chris Vannini on Thursday October 23, 2014

SEC: The conference has anointed a five-member committee to find a successor to commissioner Mike Slive, who will step down on July 31, 2015. The committee includes the presidents/chancellors at Arkansas, Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi State and Missouri.