AMES, Iowa -- Iowa State Athletic Director Jamie Pollard said in a Saturday statement released by the school that Gene Chizik, the Cyclone's head coach for the past two seasons, has been hired by Auburn University. Cyclone senior offensive tackle Doug Dedrick was shocked when he heard the news and said his heart goes out to the returning players. Ricardo Moniz is unable to become the new Notts County manager due to family reasons, confirmedA the club’s official website.
Moniz had to deal with family matters at home in Italy and was therefore not available to complete his move to League One side. Former Tottenham coach and Hamburg manager Moniz had been in advanced talks with the club and a package had been agreed to the satisfaction of both parties, but the hunt for a manager to replace Shaun Derry continues after the Dutchman’s takeover fell through.
The news that Moniz will not be taking over at Meadow Lane comes after Dave Kevan left his assistant manager post at Conference side Forest Green Rovers, in a move which was going to see Kevan return to Notts County as part of Moniz’ coaching team. It isn’t yet known whether Kevan will still be re-joining the coaching staff atA Meadow Lane after the deal for the Dutch manager fell through.
County currently lie 20th in League One, outside of the relegation zone on goal difference alone havingA won just a single game in their last nine fixtures. In their last fixture at home to 19th placed ScunthorpeA the Midlands club was heading for a vital three points but were pegged back by a late equaliser from the Iron’s Niall Canavan.
Next up for Notts is a Good Friday visit to 16th placed Walsall who are just three points ahead of the Midlands club and anything less than a win could see County fall into the relegation zone depending on other results. He has worked at Alabama for nine seasons, helping the Tide win three national championships, with the team on the verge of another appearance in the College Football Playoff. Smart will bring in his own staff, but is expected to retain defensive line coach Tracy Rocker.
Smart became the highest-paid defensive coordinator in the country in June when he received a $150,000-a-year raise to $1.5 million.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt reacts while walking off the field after the second half of an NCAA college football game between Georgia and Auburn on Saturday, Nov. Three days after being fired by Georgia after 15 seasons, Richt has struck a deal to become the next head coach at Miami, his alma mater, a source confirmed to the Athens Banner-Herald Wednesday evening.

Richt, who won two SEC titles in 15 years at Georgia and is the second-winningest coach in program history with a record of 145-51, quickly became a coach in demand, saying about five schools contacted him on Monday. Becoming the Miami coach puts into doubt whether Richt would coach in Georgia's bowl game as he planned and told his players he would be doing in a Sunday night meeting.
Richt was a backup quarterback at Miami at a time when Jim Kelly, Vinny Testaverde and Bernie Kosar also came through the program. The 55-year old Richt will take over a program that fired Al Golden after going 32-25 in four-plus seasons. Current Georgia assistant coaches that could be asked to join Richt include tight ends coach John Lilly and wide receivers coach Bryan McClendon.
If Richt doesn't coach in Georgia's bowl, which will be announced on Sunday, Lilly or associate head coach Tracy Rocker could be interim coach for that game.
If you are logging in for the first time after June 29, 2015, you will need to create a new account. He served as Auburn defensive coordinator from 2002-2004, which included the Tigers' 13-0 season in 2003.
He has three years left on a four-year deal that includes a buyout thought to be in the range of $500,000. Georgia’s fan base has been divided since Sunday, when athletic director Greg McGarity fired 15-year head coach Mark Richt. With your help, we will provide a friendly, safe, easy to use place on the Web for everyone in the area to share not only opinions but also information of community interest. Markus picked Sam Rutigliano over Joe Krivak in 1987, but had Friedgen over the field in 2000. Richt was the fifth-winningest active coach in Division I football and had won an average of 9.6 games per season. Pre-race favorite: Mike Leach (5-1) Though various reports say that Leach's candidacy has cooled in recent days, this still appears to make the most sense. He also served as the Texas defensive coordinator for two years, including in 2005 when the Longhorns won the national title.

It won’t be until after Smart fulfills his duties in that game that an announcement would be made, people familiar with the negotiation told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He's immediately available and was making at Texas Tech around what Maryland was paying Friedgen ($2 million per year).
Has a combination of a strong coaching record (84-43) and a high graduation rate (around 80 percent).
Coming on strong: Gus Malzahn (8-1) The only way the Auburn offensive coordinator stays involved is if Maryland alum and Under Armour founder Kevin Plank can't get Leach in the door and agrees to help out with Malzahn's contract demands.
Dark horse: Randy Edsall (25-1) His name has come up for a number of more prominent jobs than Maryland, but can Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson convince the UConn coach that College Park is a step up? Given that the Huskies are in Scottsdale right now getting ready to play Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, that's a stretch. Long shot: Brian Billick (75-1) The former Ravens coach could schmooze the search committee if he could get an interview, but it seems more likely that Billick would get another NFL job with all the vacancies right now. Double long shot: Mike Locksley (150-1) If it ever got out that Maryland flew Locksley in on the state's dime, even to talk, I don't think it would go over too well in Annapolis.
He's gone 2-22 in two years at the University of New Mexico and has had off-the-field troubles.
He'll either be working in the NFL or at Stanford next season, once Jim Harbaugh makes his next move.
But the SMU coach certainly added a little excitement to the rather mundane search process by having his agent say the Terps are paying $3.5 million a year.

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