It has been a wild week in college football with major changes in the coaching carousel. There could be another major move as Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal is rumored to be at the top of the list as head coach of the University of Miami, who still has Manny Diaz as a head coach.

After No. 10 Oregon’s 38-10 loss in the Pac-12 Championship Game to No. 17 Utah, Cristobal was asked about being a potential candidate for Miami:

“I’m not talking to anybody so let’s not create narratives in this press conference,” said Cristobal. “Oregon’s working on some stuff for me and that’s what I have right now.”

Cristobal was at Miami for two different coaching stints as a graduate assistant from 1998 to 2000 and then the tight end turned offensive line coach from 2004 to 2006. It was reported that Oregon is looking to sign Cristobal to a contract extension that includes a huge boost in annual salary. Cristobal is in the first year of a 6-year, $27.3 million deal with Oregon.

Michigan State’s Mel Tucker and Penn State’s James Franklin are two coaches that received huge contract extensions as they were rumored to be pulled to other teams as head coach. Cristobal could be another example of a coach getting the best of both worlds by staying at his present school and getting a bump in salary.