AUSTIN (AP) -Texas defensive coordinator Will Muschamp insists he's staying with the Longhorns and hasn't interviewed for any other jobs.
Muschamp, recently tagged as coach Mack Brown's eventual replacement at Texas, said Friday in a statement he isn't interested in other jobs and is happy in Austin.
A television station in Mobile, Ala., reported, citing unidentified sources, that Muschamp would be named Auburn's coach Friday.
Muschamp agreed to become coach-in-waiting behind Brown, who has no plans to retire soon, last month. The deal more than doubled Muschamp's salary to $900,000.
Muschamp was the defensive coordinator at Auburn in 2007. Tommy Tuberville stepped down last week after 10 seasons as Auburn coach.

Recent NCAAF Discussions

Betting the 2017 NFL Draft on Tue, Apr 2017 by Blade
NFL Draft Preview on Tue, Apr 2017 by Blade
2017 Heisman Odds on Wed, Mar 2017 by Blade
College / NBA today on Sun, Mar 2017 by TtomBoBadly
SNOW on Tue, Mar 2017 by Michael Cash

NCAAF Headlines

NCAAF Top Stories

Thumbnail 2017 Heisman Trophy Odds There are plenty of candidates for the 2017 Heisman Trophy. Here is a look at the favorites entering the summer.
Thumbnail UCLA vs. Texas A&M Odds Texas A&M and UCLA will have one of the featured meetings during the opening weekend of college football....
Thumbnail Michigan vs. Florida Week 1 Odds One of the featured games in Week 1 of the College Football Season has two historic programs colliding when Michigan faces...

NCAAF Team Pages