After meeting with South Carolina officials on Friday, Scott Satterfield says he has no intention of leaving Louisville.
Reports surfaced on Saturday morning that Satterfield interviewed with USC athletic director Ray Tanner on Friday in Bowling Green.
In an exclusive interview with the Courier-Journal’s Cam Teague, Satterfield confirmed the meeting, but said it was more a conversation than an interview.
Satterfield told Teague that he had no intention of leaving, but he “owed an obligation just to listen to South Carolina because of where it’s at.”
As of Saturday afternoon Satterfield was meeting with current commitments via Zoom to assure them that he intends to stay at Louisville.
This was played really poorly by Satterfield. Especially when you consider the fact that he hasn’t at any point appeared to be one of the top two candidates for the job.
Also, it’s not a great look to be angling for a new contract during a global pandemic and you’re team has a 3-7 record.
FootballScoop.com reports that Satterfield and Tyra have engaged in preliminary talks about a contract extension.<