Texas AD DeLoss Dodds told me this morning that defensive coordinator Will Muschamp is not pursuing any other jobs.
Muschamp's name came up before Tommy Tuberville's "resignation" became official as I was scrambling to get the story. I was told then that Muschamp turned down Auburn.
When I asked Dodds if he had been contacted by Auburn he said, "I don't know the answer to that ... They may have contacted Mack or something."
He immediately added, "I know the answer to the question that he's not pursuing any jobs outside."
Does Dodds think the school can keep Muschamp? "I feel good about that," he said.
Muschamp was Auburn's former defensive coordinator. In his first season at Texas, the Longhorns lead the Big 12 in total defense. He was recently named head coach-in-waiting at some unspecified date when Mack Brown steps down. Muschamp is scheduled to receive a raise to $900,000 per year beginning Jan. 1.