KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee offensive coordinator David Cutcliffe said Friday he hasn't been offered the job as football coach at Duke.
Cutcliffe, who spoke at media day before the Vols' Outback Bowl matchup with Wisconsin, said he can't accept anything that hasn't been offered.
Cutcliffe declined to take any questions about the Duke position, but acknowledged he interviewed for the job. He's been Tennessee offensive coordinator for two seasons.

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