Former WVU assistant's second interview strengthens candidacy

Updated: December 27, 2007, 4:36 PM ET
ESPN.com news services

Central Michigan coach Butch Jones interviewed with West Virginia president Mike Garrison in Morgantown on Thursday, the second time he has discussed the job opening with the university.

Jones, who worked under Rodriguez at West Virginia as his receivers coach, has become an intriguing candidate to replace Rich Rodriguez. There is division in camps supporting former Auburn coach Terry Bowden and Florida assistant Doc Holliday for the job and Jones could be viewed as a compromise candidate, ...

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