CINCINNATI (AP) -- Coach Brian Kelly says he's happy with the steps No. 13 Cincinnati is taking to upgrade its football facilities, and he's not interested in any job elsewhere.
Kelly met today with the school's president, AD and the head of its board of trustees to get an update on their plans to improve the Bearcats' stadium and practice fields. He was upbeat after the meeting, saying there was no reason to listen to other job offers.
Kelly has been mentioned as a candidate for numerous job openings as soon as the Bearcats finished No. 17 in his first year.
The 10-2 Bearcats won the Big East title this season, sending them to the first BCS bowl in school history. A win Saturday at Hawaii would set a school record for victories in a season.
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