DETROIT -- Scott Drew will remain at Baylor for a seventh season despite heavy interest from Memphis, multiple sources told CBSSports.com on Saturday.
According to sources, Drew did speak with people associated with the Memphis program, and one source went so far as to say it "was his job if he wanted it." But Drew ultimately decided to pass on the opportunity to follow John Calipari, leaving Memphis athletic director R.C. Johnson scrambling now that his interest in Rick Pitino (Louisville) Mike Anderson (Missouri), Bruce Pearl (Tennessee), Tim Floyd (Southern California) and Drew has been rejected to varying degrees.
Sources said Memphis was prepared to pay Drew roughly $2 million per season.
But he's staying at Baylor ... for less money.
Sources said Memphis will now likely turn toward Florida State's Leonard Hamilton.
Another possible option is one-time NBA star and former New Mexico State coach Reggie Theus.