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    Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    ESPN - After talking to Michigan, Schiano sticking as Rutgers coach - College Football

    Two days after flirting with the Michigan job, Rutgers coach Greg Schiano has decided he will stay in New Jersey. Jason Baum, Rutgers' assistant athletic director for football media and public relations, said the school would release a formal announcement later on Friday.

    ESPN's Joe Schad reports that Schiano told athletic director Robert Mulcahy he will remain at Rutgers, a source close to Schiano said Friday morning. Schiano spurned a chance to go to the University of Miami after last season.

    Schiano, 41, spoke with Michigan athletic director Bill Martin on Wednesday in New York about his vacancy but decided not to pursue it any further. This season Schiano has guided Rutgers to its third straight bowl bid. Where Michigan turns now is unknown. Presumed leading candidate Les Miles of LSU signed a new contract on Thursday to stay in Baton Rouge.

    Coach Lloyd Carr announced his retirement Nov. 19, two days after Michigan completed an 8-4 regular season. Schiano, the Big East Coach of the Year in 2006, is 37-46 in seven seasons as Scarlet Knights coach. Rutgers will play Ball State in the International Bowl on Jan. 6.


    ESPN - Michigan AD meets with Schiano about Wolverines' job - College Football

    Greg Schiano, head coach at Rutgers, was informally interviewed on Tuesday for the Michigan vacancy, according to a published report.

    The (New Jersey) Star-Ledger, in a story on its Web site, said Schiano met "for quite a while" with Michigan athletic director Bill Martin about the opening to succeed Lloyd Carr, who announced his resignation two weeks ago after 13 years as the Wolverines' head coach.

    The newspaper cited an unidentified person who speaks regularly with Schiano. Neither Schiano, 41, nor Martin could be reached Thursday night for comment.

    Rutgers athletic director Bob Mulcahy said Schiano's agent, Bryan Harlan, "asked for permission to meet" with Martin, but Michigan has yet to seek permission to formally speak with Schiano, according to The Star-Ledger.

    "I have not heard anything formally from Michigan -- yet," Mulcahy told the paper.

    The paper cited unidentified sources saying the meeting took place Tuesday night in New York during the College Football Hall of Fame banquet at a midtown Manhattan hotel. Though Michigan has made no official offer to Schiano, the paper reported one could be coming soon.

    Schiano, who was named the 2006 Big East Coach of the Year, has led the Scarlet Knights to a 37-46 record and three bowl appearances -- including the International Bowl against Ball State on Jan. 6 -- in seven years.

    A year ago, Schiano turned down a chance to become coach at Miami, where was defensive coordinator before coming to Rutgers. Schiano signed a four-year extension through 2016 that will pay him $1.7 million annually after pulling out of contention for the Miami job.

    The deal contains a buyout of $750,000 if Schiano were to leave Rutgers between the end of the 2007 regular season and the beginning of the 2008 campaign.

    Schiano was asked Monday during his weekly news conference about speculation linking him to Michigan and said, "We're not going to start this stuff again."

    "I haven't spoken to anybody about any job," he said, "and that's where I'm going to leave it."

    Martin has said he is looking for the next Carr, who led Michigan to the 1997 national championship and five Big Ten titles while keeping the school above suspicions about NCAA violations.

    He had received permission to speak with LSU coach Les Miles after the Tigers played Southeastern Conference championship game on Saturday, but that meeting never took place, Miles signed a contract extension to stay at LSU on Thursday.

    Others coaches whose names have been mentioned for the Michigan job include Wake Forest's Jim Grobe, California's Jeff Tedford, Missouri's Gary Pinkel, North Carolina State's Tom O'Brien and Ball State's Brady Hoke.


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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano

    I've also heard he turned them down.


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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano

    Seriously?




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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    I've also heard he turned them down.
    Per espn.com this morning, he did.

    ESPN - After talking to Michigan, Schiano sticking as Rutgers coach - College Football



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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano

    This could be another... I am not getting the job but will make it look like I turned it down.



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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano

    Quote Originally Posted by jtd9046 View Post
    This could be another... I am not getting the job but will make it look like I turned it down.
    If that's the case, Michigans AD needs some coaching search tips from Pollard, because even if they were the ones that decided to go a different direction, it looks bad. Very Bad.



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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    They need some help. I am tired of hearing about the search and they look like complete idiots.


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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    Les Miles you want to coach at Michigan? Nope.
    Ferentz? Nope.
    Schiano? Nope...I would rather stay at RUTGERS than coach UM.

    Who is next?



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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    Someone should ask our friend on WHO radio how this "real" coaching search is going...



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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    Who is running this coaching search BVDV?


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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    Where is Ferentz name on the bottom of the list in that article about other coaches who have been mentioned for the Michigan job. Perhaps this is their hint they took from Pollard. Mention his name early and then interview a few people and then all of a sudden captain Kirk is the the coach at Michigan



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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    Who is running this coaching search BVDV?
    Michigan would have to get turned down publically at least 3 more times for it to reach his heights.



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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    Schiano is most likely holding out for the PSU job. But no guarantee at all they'll go after him as I think they have a coach or two on their staff in mind.



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    Re: Michigan AD meets with Schiano, Decides to Remain at Rutgers

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUFan22 View Post
    Schiano is most likely holding out for the PSU job. But no guarantee at all they'll go after him as I think they have a coach or two on their staff in mind.
    Why would that job open? Paterno is in his prime.



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