The Louisville football program is in search of a new head coach after the team fired Bobby Petrino earlier this season. Reports detailed Purdue head coach Jeff Brohm as the immediate favorite to take over at his alma mater in the wake of Petrino's firing.
According to multiple reports, Brohm met with Louisville on Tuesday night and was expected to make a decision about his coaching future on Wednesday afternoon. However, as over 5:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Brohm remains the Boilermakers' head coach.
A recent report from Football Scoop suggests Brohm and Louisville scheduled yet another meeting for Wednesday night.
Here's more from the report:
Amid reports that a final resolution is expected today, sources say disagreements about Brohm’s possible salary is what has drawn the process out this far. With Brohm’s decision still up in the air, sources said Louisville has further meetings planned for tonight with the goal of getting the former Cardinals quarterback back in black and red.
Brohm's first two years at Purdue resulted in 6-6 regular season and one bowl win - with another potentially in the cards this season.