I am aware of a couple of inquiries about certain positions. It was just `Hey, I haven’t called anybody back and don’t plan to.
Of course Fox has drawn interest. He’s done an excellent job at Georgia, other than fielding a team with the frustrating habit of folding after halftime while holding big leads. Either way, taking Georgia to a NCAA Tournament after years of mediocrity is going to earn notice.
The N.C. State Wolfpack gig was the most-rumored destination in the event of a Fox flight, and is the biggest job remaining after the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Arkansas Razorbacks, Tennessee Volunteers, and Missouri Tigers recently brought on new coaches. Fox could’ve been a viable candidate for any of them, save cash-strapped Tech — even that SEC West school, which currently pays new coach Mike Anderson far more than UGA pays Fox.
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