Mike Gundy seems like a ideal match for Tennessee coaching vacancy

Mike Gundy seems like a ideal match for Tennessee coaching vacancy

According to reports, Oklahoma State Head Football Coach Mike Gundy will be meeting with officials from Tennessee about their head coaching vacancy.

Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman reported earlier Tuesday that Tennessee had Gundy on its list of top coaching candidates.

Tennessee's search for its next football coach took yet another unexpected turn late Monday night and throughout Tuesday as the Vols are trying to find their replacement for the fired Butch Jones. He is the longest-tenured and winningest coach in Cowboys' history and hasn't had a losing season since his first year in Stillwater, Okla. Gundy played quarterback for Oklahoma State from 1986-89.

Tennessee reportedly had a deal in place with the Ohio State defensive coordinator on Sunday morning, but it fell through by the end of the day after the university heard from the fan base, state representatives and local business owners.

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According to a report, Schiano allegedly knew of Sandusky's sexual abuse and turned a blind eye, according to testimony from former Penn State assistant Mike McQueary that was unsealed in 2016 by a Philadelphia court.

The administration thought it had secured a new coach in Greg Schiano, who is now the defensive coordinator at Ohio State. The Volunteers then lost their final two games to finish 4-8 overall and 0-8 in the conference.

After the debacle that was most of Jones' tenure, Gundy would be a breath of fresh air at Tennessee.

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