Stanford’s David Shaw On NFL Openings: “I Have No Desire To Pursue Another Job”

It’s not a bad time right now to be a highly desirable coaching candidate. A number of the nation’s top college head coaching coaching jobs are open right now, and there are a handful of NFL jobs available as well as of this morning. Simply put, there are quite a few teams willing to shell out big money in order to get the right person to lead their organization.

One of the most sought-after coaches out there is Stanford’s David Shaw. Shaw has a 34-6 record in his three years as head coach of the Cardinal, and has run a program without issues or news headlines. However, Shaw is adamant that he is not interesting in being anywhere but Palo Alto — he was asked numerous questions about job openings today in his Rose Bowl presser:

I’m sure Stanford fans are thrilled to hear those answers, but it will be interesting to see if Shaw’s tune changes after the Rose Bowl. A lot of money is going to be thrown in his face, so it may take a nice raise from the Stanford administration to guarantee that he doesn’t go elsewhere.

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