Miami Targets Oregon Coach Mario Cristobal, Clemson Ad With Manny Diaz Still Employed, Per Reports


The University of Miami has been planning to pursue the Oregon coach Mario Cristobal as it has been the next head coach, according to its multiple reports being despite still having a sitting head coach with no athletic director.

Barry Jackson is having reports saying Miami is expected to ‘make a run’ at Cristobal while the Oregonian’s John Canzano notes that Miami officials were hoping to speak to the Cristobal after Friday’s Pac-12 Championship Game had happened.

To cement the pitch, Canzano have reports that Miami is targeting Clemson athletic to the director Dan Radakovich. However, CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd had reports that had no decision which had been made. Radakovich had started his athletic administration career by being an M.B.A. from Miami, but it is best known for transforming Clemson into a world-wide power after taking the job in the year 2012.


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Oregon isn’t going down without any fight, however. Canzano reports had the university which has to put together it as a monster contract extension, which is described as “Brian Kelly and Lincoln Riley dollars.”

While Riley’s contract is at USC which is not in public, Kelly had a deal at LSU that will pay him more than around $100 million over 10 years if he lasts through the contract.

An announcement on it Cristobal’s decision is expected by Tuesday.

Following November 10 Oregon’s 38-10 loss to No. 17 Utah in the Pac-12 Championship Game on the Friday Cristobal denied he had been in any discussions with Miami and hinted that had Oregon was working on a new contract for him.

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“When you say that someone has offer, I haven’t talked to anyone,” Cristobal had said. “Let’s not create any narratives as we sit in this press conference. Oregon is still working on some stuff for me and that is what I have to do right now.”


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