David Shaw plans to stay at Stanford despite NFL openings

On Sunday, it was reported that three big name college football head coaches were linked to NFL head coaching vacancies. While it seems that one of those coaches, Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin, really wants to take one of the openings, another seems to be staying put.

According to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, Stanford head coach David Shaw does not want to leave the Cardinal at this point. He has been linked to NFL jobs the last few years and each time he has turned down the rumors of him leaving the school.

In five seasons with the Cardinal, Shaw has a 54-14 record and has won three PAC-12 championships. He has won 11 games four out of the last five years and led his team to a win in the Rose Bowl for the second time in three appearances.

Shaw has all the right tools to lead any team in the NFL to success. However, I’m sure the Cardinal fan base are pretty happy to have him around for at least one more year.

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