Posted by: Chris Vannini on Friday June 19, 2015
Syracuse: Boise State athletic director Mark Coyle has been named athletic director at Syracuse. Coyle has been at Boise State since December 2011. Under Coyle, Boise State teams won 12 conference championships, including football in 2012 and 2014, and he also hired current head coach Bryan Harsin. Coyle previously worked at Kentucky, Minnesota, Florida State and Miami (FL) in various roles, and he served as the vice president of the collegiate sports division at Host Communications, which is now part of IMG College. Coyle will begin his duties at Syracuse on July 6.
UCLA: Offensive line coach / run game coordinator Adrian Klemm has been reinstated. A review into alleged NCAA violations is continuing after a March suspension, but Klemm has been allowed to resume coaching duties. The LA Times reports Klemm’s only likely punishment will be the time he has missed since March.
TCU: Former linebacker Jason Phillips has joined the staff as a defensive graduate assistant. Phillips played at TCU from 2004-08, followed by four years in the NFL.
Wide receivers: Here are the nation’s longest-tenured wide receivers coaches.
San Diego State: Associate athletic director for development Bob Moosbrugger has been promoted to deputy athletic director / chief operating officer. Moosbrugger has been in his current role since 2007.
Pac-12: Here’s a look at the Pac 12’s wide receivers coaches.
Stony Brook: Yale tight ends coach Patrick Hatch has joined Stony Brook as assistant athletic director - player personnel, according to his Twitter account. Hatch spent two years at Yale after four years at Stony Brook as defensive line coach and running backs coach.
Southern Nazarene (OK): Defensive coordinator Craig Hubbard has been named interim head coach. Hubbard is heading into his 10th season in the staff. Former head coach Mike Cochran announced his resignation last week.
UCF: The school has hired Parker Executive to conduct its athletic director search, according to CollegeAD.com.
Monmouth: Former Georgia defensive backs coach Scott Lakatos has accepted the same position at Monmouth, according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans. Lakatos coached at Georgia from 2010-13, resigning in January 2014 for personal reasons.