Posted by: Chris Vannini on Monday September 21, 2015
Here are today’s News, Notes & Quotes.
Indianapolis Colts: Head coach Chuck Pagano says this is his last job. Pagano said on ESPN, “This is my last job, and that’s what my plans are. We’ve won, and we’ll continue to do that. But when I took this thing, I said that’s my last job. And when I said that I meant it. I’m not going nowhere.” Pagano’s contract expires after this season, and the two sides are still at odds over his future.
Texas: With Texas playing Oklahoma State this week, Charlie Strong was asked about the lawsuit between OK State and Texas offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Joe Wickline. Strong said, “I think Mike (Perrin) will handle it the right way. We're so into football right now. Joe hasn't showed where it has affected him at all.”
Arizona: The university has proposed a one-year extension for athletic director Greg Byrne through May 31, 2020. If approved, his would receive a $25,000 raise on June 1, 2019, raising his salary to $750,000.
Baylor: Bob Stoops says Baylor running backs coach / passing game coordinator Jeff Lebby was on Tulsa’s sideline at Oklahoma on Saturday. Baylor was off last week, and Tulsa head coach Philip Montgomery is Baylor’s former offensive coordinator. Lebby is also a former Oklahoma student assistant. Art Briles says Lebby was in town for a wedding, but Briles apologized to Stoops. The OU coach expects the NCAA to handle the issue. Montgomery has also apologized to Stoops.
Ohio State: Urban Meyer indicated Monday that offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Ed Warinner may move up to the coaches box. Here’s why.
Stats: The 10 most interesting stats from Week 3.