SJ - December 8, 2021
Duke football has an opening at head coach after parting ways with David Cutcliffe. They're reportedly interested in Jason Garrett. He's of course free after being fired by the Giants a few weeks ago.
Just because there's an interest and Garrett is free doesn't mean he'll end up coaching at Duke.
From Larry Brown Sports:
Duke football is looking for a new head coach after pushing out David Cutcliffe, and they have several possible replacements in mind. One of the candidates for the job is a familiar name.
The Raleigh News & Observer reports that Duke has interest in Jason Garrett for their head coaching position.
Garrett, 55, was the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys from 2011-2019 before being let go by the team. He then became the offensive coordinator of the New York Giants but was fired this season.
After a 3-9 season Duke is clearly keeping the search for a head coach wide open. Why not replace mediocrity with mediocrity? Mediocrity is the Duke way when it comes to football.
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