LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Charlie Strong remains Louisville's football coach for the moment, telling assistants Saturday morning he hasn't decided to accept Texas' offer to become its coach.
Cardinals football spokesman Rocco Gasparro said Saturday that Strong told his staff that ''no decision had been made'' on whether to leave the school after four years. The coach has not met with athletic director Tom Jurich and university President James Ramsey as expected because the AD's return from his Colorado vacation was delayed by weather.
A person familiar with Texas' search told The Associated Press on Friday night that Strong was expected to accept the school's offer to replace Mack Brown, who stepped down last month. Contract details were not immediately available, but Brown was paid more than $5 million per season.
AP Sports Writer Jim Vertuno in Austin, Texas, contributed to this report.