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According to Clay Travis, Volquest has confirmed that Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini has reached out to Athletic Director Dave Hart to be the head coach of the Tennessee Volunteer football program. Volquest.com reports that Bo Pelini has reached out to Tennessee. Nebraska fans rejoice? — Clay Travis (@ClayTravisBGID) December 6, 2012 Pelini came from LSU as a defensive coordinator who was known for shutting opposing SEC offenses down. This could actually be a really good hire for the Vols if they decide to go this route. They’ve already reached out to Charlie Strong, Larry Fedora, and Tommy Bowden. Now, a head coach from a Big 10 football team is reaching out to them.
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Bo Pelini began his visits on Monday out in California. It’s a great place to start. Nebraska has some very important targets left in the state and one of their most important commitments is also from California.
LONG NATIONAL NIGHTMARE...
A press conference has been scheduled for 2:30 on Friday where it is expected that Tennessee will announce Butch Jones as its new head coach.
Earlier today, we brought you a report from CBS Sports’ Bruce Feldman, that Oklahoma State head coach, Mike Gundy, was offered the head coaching job at the University of Tennessee. ESPN is now reporting that Gundy is planning to stay in Stillwater. This is the second major vacant job that Gundy was attached to in [...]
The Tennessee Volunteers thought they had their man yesterday as reports emerged that Charlie Strong was the front-runner for the vacancy that was created after Tennessee fired Derek Dooley.
Unfortunately for the Vols, they didn’t factor in that Louisville AD Tom Jurich was ready to make Strong the highest paid coach in FBS.
Jurich told CBSSports.com’s Gregg Doyel that Strong...
Two coaches believed to be in the running to become the next head coach for the Tennessee Volunteers announced they would remain in their current jobs, with one of them receiving a hefty raise. First, Mike Gundy opted to continue the program with the Oklahoma St Cowboys, and then Louisville Cardinals head coach, Charlie Strong, [...]