LSU fired head coach Les Miles on Sunday after a 2-2 start to the 2016 college football season and you can bet there will be a number of coaches brought up in their search. It looks like Stanford head coach David Shaw is firm on his position in Palo Alto, California.
Shaw held his weekly press conference on Monday and one reporter decided to ask him about the Tigers’ vacancy. His answer was short, sweet and to the point as he snapped back at the reporter over the ridiculous question.
David Shaw asked about LSU job opening: "Are you serious? The answer is no." https://t.co/cyrNBg6i0o
— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) September 26, 2016
Shaw is not shy about denying his departure from Stanford in the past and it doesn’t look like he is going to let up anytime soon. He has been rumored multiple times with other college jobs and even head coaching gigs in the NFL and he has denied them every time.
Shaw has held his position with the Cardinal since 2011 and has a 57-14 overall record and has led the team to three of the last four PAC-12 championships. He has also led the team to double-digit wins in every season but 2014 and they seem well on their way to doing it again this year.
It will be fun to see who the LSU Tigers get to replace Miles, but it certainly won’t be David Shaw.