Morris cools on Louisville after interview

Morris cools on Louisville after interview


Morris cools on Louisville after interview


By Will Vandervort

Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris met and interviewed with Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich earlier this week, sources told The Clemson Tuesday night.

Jurich also met with Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi and former Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino, both are considered to be finalist for the job.

The Clemson Insider has confirmed from the Morris’ camp that he is no longer interested in replacing Charlie Strong—who was named the new head coach at Texas on Monday—as the head coach at Louisville.

Louisville is expected to name its new head coach in the next 72 hours.



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