A month after reportedly being a finalist for the Vanderbilt vacancy, Stanford assistant Greg Roman is apparently in the running for yet another head-coaching job.
Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley, Alabama associate head coach Sal Sunseri, Wisconsin offensive coordinator Paul Chryst and Tulsa head coach Todd Graham have all reportedly interviewed or will interview for the vacancy. Bradley has indeed interviewed, and was the subject of what turned out to be a false rumor that he had been offered the job Wednesday.
Dienhart also reports that Chryst is also no longer in the running for the job. Chryst reportedly has an offer on the table to become the coordinator at Texas, and is also said to be a target of Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett, who had the interim title stripped away Thursday.
The fact that the Longhorns flew in Boise State offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin yesterday could indicate that the NFL job is most definitely in play for Chryst. Or that he’s staying with the Badgers. One of the two.