Tiger High: Univ. Of Memphis Hires San Jose State AD Tom Bowen To Replace JohnsonPublished April 17, 2012
STAYING IN STATE: In Indiana, Doug Zaleski reports Notre Dame Deputy AD Bill Scholl yesterday was introduced as the new Ball State Univ. AD after signing a "three-year contract that will pay him $235,000 a year." He will begin working on his new duties “immediately but officially will take over for Tom Collins on April 30.” Collins announced in January “he will leave his position to seek employment in the southwest United States at the end of his term on June 30.” Scholl "supervised football” at Notre Dame, and he was “one of more than 90 applicants for the Ball State job" (Muncie STAR PRESS, 4/17).
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