As the college football coaching carousel spins on, the speculation around who will fill the numerous Power 5 head coaching positions continues to swirl.
The former Dallas Cowboys head coach is among a handful of candidates that include Clemson’s Tony Elliott and Texas A&M’s Mike Elko.
Duke and David Cutcliffe mutually agreed to part ways on Nov. 28, ending his 14-year run as head coach of the Blue Devils. He ended his tenure with a 77-97 career record.
In 14 seasons, he led the Blue Devils to six bowl games, going 3-3 in those games.
Garrett was recently fired as the Giants’ offensive coordinator last month. It was just his secind year with the team.
Garrett took over as head coach of the Cowboys in 2011 and served in that role until 2019. He went 85-67 as head coach that includes 2-3 in the playoffs.
Garrett has never coached at the collegiate level.
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