While there’s speculation that Les Miles could be coaching elsewhere next season, the same goes for some of his assistant coaches.
Associate head coach and running backs coach Frank Wilson is a potential candidate for the Tulane job if and when current coach Curtis Johnson is fired, according to FoxSports.com’s Bruce Feldman.
Wilson, who also serves as the school’s recruiting coordinator, has spent the last six seasons at LSU.
Wilson is a New Orleans native that spent time coaching in the high school ranks in the area, which has helped him better recruit for the Tigers.
Former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan is also expected to be in the mix for Tulane’s impending coaching vacancy, according to Feldman. As will Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop, who was on James Franklin’s staff at Vanderbilt.