Harbaugh to also interview for the ND job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldendomer57 View Post
    Plus he knows how to deal with high academic standards

    Are ND's academic standards for athletes the same as the student population?

    Because at Duke they are different.
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    The Stanford AD shot this rumor down too. Both he and Harbaugh are denying the rumor.

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    GT- Randy Edsall (spelling) still an option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwhsWarrior2000 View Post
    GT- Randy Edsall (spelling) still an option?
    Haven't heard anything on that one since Saturday. Everything points to BK right now...

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    I don't see how BK leaves the interview without the job. I hope he doesn't leave, he's done more at UC in the past two seasons than ND's done in two decades. I can't fault him if he leaves, if anyone can succeed in SB I think he can but he's really put UC on solid ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ets Factor View Post
    I agree but I don't think Harbaugh is next in line, it's Stoops. No we haven't heard anything about Notre Dame talking to Stoops formally but many ND sources are saying that Kelly is plan A and Stoops is plan B.
    Stoops would have been plan A. With BK further down the wish list. JMO

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    Harbaugh said the following last night in Green Bay when asked about the ND job:

    "I'm the head coach of Stanford University...I don't discuss other coaching positions."

    When asked if he'd be at Stanford next year:

    "I love Stanford University and God willing, yes I'll be back at Stanford next year."

    Again, this could just be coach speak but ESPN is not reporting too that Harbaugh won't be interviewing for the job.

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