The college football regular season wrapped up over the weekend. Immediately following the conclusion of the regular season, football programs around the country made decisions regarding their head coaches.
Earlier this season, Louisville fired Bobby Petrino after the Cardinals' rough start to the season. Louisville sits at 2-10 on the season and are in search of a new head coach.
A name commonly linked to the opening is Purdue head coach Jeff Brohm, who played college football for the Cardinals. According to several reports, Brohm met with Cardinals brass earlier this week and had an "emotional decision" to make about whether or not to take the job.
After much speculation, Brohm has reportedly made his decision. He's staying with the Boilermakers.
Brohm took over the Purdue Boilermakers after the team fired Darrell Hazell. In his first two seasons as the Boilermakers head coach, Brohm led the team to two 6-6 regular seasons and a bowl win.
It's a huge decision from Brohm that will shape the ACC and Big Ten for years to come.