From south to Neuqua Valley up north to Elgin, Brennan Walls did a little traveling for his road games on the St. Charles East football team the last few years.
It’s nothing compared to the road trips he’ll take in college.
Walls is headed to Drake, which plays in the Pioneer Football League. They’ll go from San Diego to Jacksonville, Fla., to North Carolina to Ohio for their road games.
Indiana State head football coach Trent Miles announced this afternoon the hiring of eight-year NFL veteran Troy Walters as the Sycamores’ new offensive coordinator as well as quarterbacks and wide receivers coach.
North Dakota State University head football coach Craig Bohl announced today Mike Breske has been named defensive coordinator/defensive backs coach and Charlie Camp has been named linebackers coach.
Catamounts to host five home games; play three playoff teams from a year ago
Cullowhee, N.C. – Five home games and a season-opening road trip to Southeastern Conference foe, Vanderbilt, highlight Western Carolina’s 11-game 2009 Catamount football schedule released today. The slate includes three teams which made the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) playoffs a season ago and a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) winner.
Lehigh head football coach Andy Coen has announced the addition of 26 student-athletes to the Mountain Hawks program that comprise the Class of 2013. The incoming group spans nine states, including California, Minnesota, Colorado and Florida, and includes every positional group, including four wide receivers, linebackers, offensive linemen and defensive linemen.
Head football coach Chris Hatcher announced Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 17) that quarterback Antonio Henton has left the program to seek playing opportunities elsewhere.
The Colonels 2009 football schedule features 11 games, including a five-game home schedule highlighted by a visit from former LSU quarterback Ryan Perrilloux. The Colonels take on Perrilloux and Jacksonville State on September 26.
Charleston Southern and the University of South Florida have announced a one-game agreement to play during the 2009 football season. The game will held at Raymond James Stadium on Sept. 19.
During his time off from coaching college football, Jim O’Neil often could be found at the Baltimore Ravens’ training facility in Owings Mills, Md.
“I would help out where I could, watch, listen,” he said. “It was about learning as much as I could.”
For O’Neil, a 30-year-old native of Northeast Philadelphia, the extra time spent honing his coaching abilities recently paid off in a big way. He was hired as a defensive quality control coach for the New York Jets, working under new defensive coordinator and fellow Central Bucks West graduate Mike Pettine Jr.
Monmouth University senior tight end John Nalbone from Lawrenceville has been showing the National Football League scouts improvement in his performance over the last four seasons while under the tutoring of Monmouth head football coach Kevin Callahan. The former Lawrence High School standout is projected to be drafted in the middle to late rounds of the 2009 NFL Draft to be held on April 25th and 26th at Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan.
Furman decides to play at Missouri instead of Delaware Sept. 19
The University of Delaware must fill a late opening on its 2009 football schedule because Furman, which was supposed to visit Delaware Stadium Sept. 19, has opted instead to play at Missouri that day, Missouri announced today.
The Elon University Department of Athletics has announced the 2009 Phoenix football schedule – its seventh slate as a member of the Southern Conference and 11th as a member of the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision. The 11-game schedule – five at home and six away – consists of six opponents that earned a winning record last season and three that advanced to postseason play.
He has plan to make NFL’s Lions roaring success.
The head coach overseeing one of the biggest rebuilding jobs in NFL history knows what it’s like to work his way up from the bottom.
Jim Schwartz had a degree from Georgetown, but he wasn’t too proud to accept a low-level job on Bill Belichick’s Cleveland Browns staff in 1993. If Belichick had posted an advertisement for the position that Schwartz accepted, it would have read something like this:
“Job has no official title. Pay: $0. Work in the scouting department. Good driving and navigational skills required to pick players up at the airport, and also take them to the Cleveland Clinic for physical exams. Good filer of paper. Must be able to gather football videotape of college players. Long hours required.”
ORONO, Maine — University of Maine athletic director Blake James announced Monday that the school and Syracuse have signed a contract to face each other on the gridiron during the upcoming season. The game will be played Sept. 26 in the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y.
The Carrier Dome is one of the most well known indoor venues in all of college sports as it is home to Syracuse’s football and basketball programs.
Andrew Berry won’t sleep on NFL dream.
There is no good reason for Andrew Berry to be sweating on the workout floor at Mike Boyle’s Strength and Conditioning Center in Winchester on a cold Friday morning, but this isn’t a story about reason. It’s about dreams.
Reason would have him back at Harvard preparing for a future in applied sciences, computer programming or the business side of such things. Reason would have him finishing up the mountain of work he has taken on the past four years, which next spring will earn him a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in computer science from Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. That’s at the same time, in case you missed it.