Sunday November 6, 2016
Purdue: Gerad Parker, who was set to make $175,000 this season coaching the wide receivers, will make $75,000 in additional compensation as the interim head coach of the Boilermakers, per the Herald Bulletin.
Cincinnati: AD Mike Bohn has released the following statement regarding Tommy Tuberville's interaction with a fan last night: "Coach Tuberville was put in a no-win situation in front of his team last night which resulted in an out of character response for him. He expressed frustrations from an emotional game. Our team, led by our seniors, is fully engaged with coach and his staff to fight to the finish."
Florida International: Butch Davis is the front-runner to land the FIU job, the Sporting News and the Miami Herald have reported in recent days. USA Today also reported the same a few weeks back. The Herald reported FIU is also considering Florida associate head coach Randy Shannon and UF defensive coordiantor Geoff Collins.
Chip Kelly: Sources close to Chip have told Adam Schefter the Niners head coach is not considering a return to Oregon or anywhere else in the college game. When asked about a potential Oregon return last week, Kelly said, "I'm the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. So, not looking at anything else. I'm here."
Norv Turner: Asked about why he resigned from his role as the offensive coordinator with the Minnesota Vikings last Wednesday, Turner told Ian Rapoport, "Sometimes, you feel like you might be holding them back, holding them back from things all getting on the same page. I don't want anyone to think I was bailing. It just wasn't working." Turner also added that he doesn't know if he's ready to retire, and that the decision to resign was the hardest thing he's ever done in his professional career.
Oregon: ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell tweeted Saturday night, "There's talk heating up in Oregon that Phil Knight is ready to throw up an insane $10M+ a year at a football coach. He's 78, wants a title."
Cincinnati: A frustrated Tommy Tuberville shared some words with a Bearcats fan after the club's loss to BYU on Saturday.
Cisco College (JC - TX): Per source, head coach Dionte Dean will not return.