Replacing Joe Paterno: Greg Schiano Denies Interest In Penn State

You'll never hear a coach confirm interest in another job while actively working another, unless he's Jim Mora Jr., so the newsworthy portion here is that Rutgers Scarlet Knights coach Greg Schiano is being asked about replacing Joe Paterno as the next Penn St. Nittany Lions coach. He has responded according to custom.

Bill King@BillisKing Schiano's response to me this a.m. regarding the PSU job - "I'm only interested in one job and that's the one I have right now."    

Schiano has been among the public's presumed list of potential candidates. He's built himself a fine program out of nothing at Rutgers, winning four straight bowls at a place that had only one bowl trip before he'd arrived, and he has experience at recruiting the area.

RelatedJerry Sandusky falloutreplacing Joe Paterno, and Penn State's movement to support sexual abuse survivors. For more on the Nittany Lions, visit Penn State blog Black Shoe Diaries. More college football news.

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