NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Vanderbilt vice chancellor David
Williams says the Commodores are talking with Maryland offensive
coordinator James Franklin about the Commodores head coaching job.
But Williams says the school still doesn't have a coach - yet.
Williams told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Vanderbilt
has been talking with Franklin throughout the search for a new
coach. Williams calls it a "fluid process." But Williams says if
Franklin is telling people he is coming to Vanderbilt, he hasn't
informed university officials.
The vice chancellor was in Birmingham, Ala., for Southeastern
Conference meetings Tuesday.
Vanderbilt is trying to replace Robbie Caldwell, who was forced
to resign Nov. 27 at the end of a 2-10 season.
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