Well, at least not yet. But Turner Gill, the former Nebraska quarterback and assistant coach, is already having to answer questions about the Cornhusker job.
Gill took over the Buffalo program two years ago and has a 5-14 record, which if we're not mistaken, makes him the winningest coach in Bull history.
Of course, Gill, who played for new Nebraska "interim" athletic director Tom Osborne, is saying all the right things when asked about a return to Lincoln.
"My heart and soul is right here at the University at Buffalo. My purpose is to bring this program up, that’s why I came here. It’s for our student athletes, for our students, our faculty, our alumni and everybody in Western New York. This is my passion. That’s what I’m all about."
OK, fine. Now let's review the financials. Gill, signed through 2011, has an annual salary of $180,000. Callahan is pulling down around $1.6 million.
Other names being tossed about include Texas Christian's Gary Patterson and Louisiana State defensive coordinator Bo Pelini.