Posted by: Chris Vannini on Wednesday November 12, 2014
Florida A&M: Interim head coach Corey Fuller tells the Tallahassee Democrat he has not applied for the full-time job and isn’t yet sure if he will. Fuller says he’s focused on finishing the season. His contract expires on Jan. 20.
Dan Hawkins: The former Boise State and Colorado head coach was asked by the Idaho Statesman if he wants to coach again. Hawkins says, “I don’t know. I’ll see if there’s somebody that believes I can be a head coach. To some degree, once you are a head coach, people don’t see you as a coordinator or a position coach. This has been fun. I also do this Sirius radio deal. So it’s fun. … That kind of keeps you in it. It’s not nearly as stressful as coaching, so we’ll see.” Hawkins most recently was the head coach of the Montreal Alouettes for five games in 2013.
Nicholls State: According to the Daily Comet, Nicholls State plans on naming its new football coach in four weeks. At this point, four interviews have been held, including Tulane co-defensive coordinator / defensive backs coach Lionel Washington, as previously reported. You can read more here.
Mississippi State: Some great perspective from Dan Mullen on the coaching carousel and other jobs.
Lewis & Clark: The school has announced that head coach Chris Sulages has stepped down. Sulages has been a coach at the school since 2003, including head coach since 2006.
Incarnate Word: The school has announced that defensive line / associate head coach / special teams coordinator Todd Ivicic has been suspended for the remainder of the season.
Michigan: The school has released some comments from president Mark Schlissel, clarifying his earlier comments about the role of athletics at the school.
Tennessee-Chattanooga: According to Philly.com, Tennessee-Chattanooga cornerbacks coach / special teams coordinator B.J. Hogan will be named head coach at Cardinal O’Hara high school in Philadelphia. Hogan is a former player at O’Hara. Hogan will finish the season at Chattanooga, which is ranked No. 9 in FCS coaches poll.
Bowie State: Linebackers coach Charles Grant has been dismissed, according to the Associated Press.
: ESPN notes that Bobby Petrino will likely receive a $500,000 bonus for Louisville's 2013-14 APR surpassing 935. Although Petrino wasn't the head coach in Fall 2013, the bonus is so high because the school saw a dip in the APR the last time there was a coaching change. Charlie Strong's bonus for reaching 950 was just $50,000.