You have no evidence to support your statement, little jeffy. You're making assumptions. The lack of an offer does not mean Gruden is not a possibility, which is an obvious fact to intelligent readers. Your inability to use logical thought was what I mistook for your lack of reading. My mistake. You're not failing to read the paper, you're just unable to discuss it intelligently. I should know better than to try to debate an issue with someone of your mental caliber.
And let's not forget this:
The Associated Press
Thursday, December 21, 2006; 7:41 PM
...on Thursday, Saban _ who has tried to denounce the story about him potentially going to Alabama numerous times in recent weeks _ again, and adamantly, denied that he's headed back to the college ranks.
"I guess I have to say it," Saban said. "I'm not going to be the Alabama coach."
Mark Wiedmer doesn't write silly or irresponsible articles, and this one is not an exception. I don't think jeffy reads the paper much, or he'd know better. This Gruden thing is the topic that won't die, so don't be angry that he addressed it. UT fans are dying to know who our coach is going to be, and to say that Gruden will absolutely not be the guy is silly and irresponsible. You have absolutely no info whatsoever about this, "jeffy", if that sadly is your real name. Thanks for whetting our appetites, Mark. You're the best sports journalist we've had in Chattanooga for many years.