Louisville coach raises questions about his future

Louisville coach raises questions about his future
December 3, 2012, 6:20 pm
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FILE - This Aug. 10, 2011 file photo shows Louisville football coach Charlie Strong gesturing as he speaks at a news conference in Louisville, Ky. A person familiar with the situation says that the Atlantic Coast Conference's presidents and chancellors have voted unanimously to add Louisville as the replacement for Maryland. The person says ACC leaders also considered Connecticut and Cincinnati over the past week before choosing to add the Cardinals from the Big East. The person spoke to The Associated Press Wednesday morning, Nov. 28, 2012 on condition of anonymity because the ACC has not publicly discussed future expansion plans. (AP Photo/Ed Reinke, File)

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Charlie Strong says he will answer questions about his future at Louisville when the time is right.

His comment Monday did more to fuel questions about whether he is leaving the Cardinals than it did to put them to rest.

Strong's name has surfaced for job openings at Tennessee and Auburn. When he was asked if he could definitively say he will be at Louisville next year, the third-year coach said, ``I will say that at the right time.''

Strong says he has not spoken with other schools and added that he has a great job at Louisville. He also says he is in a ``no-win situation'' regarding the reports about his future.

No. 22 Louisville (10-2) will play Florida in the Jan. 2 Sugar Bowl.