Despite apparent interest from multiple teams in his services, former CFL head coach and quarterback Kent Austin will reportedly remain in the NCAA as head coach at Cornell University.
It was believed that the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats both expressed interest in speaking to Austin about their head coaching vacancies.
The Regina Leader-Post reported that it has received an E-mail from Austin that confirms that he wishes to remain in the NCAA coaching ranks.
Austin is completing his second season at Cornell.
Austin led the Roughriders to a Grey Cup win in 2007 before leaving to take a job on the coaching staff at the University of Mississippi, his alma mater.