#DNHuddleUp: Deseret News sports staff sounds off on Bronco Mendenhall's career prospects
BYU coach Bronco Mendenhall told the media Wednesday night in a press conference he has no plans to move anywhere beyond Provo after this season.
He also said the idea of him leaving or being a candidate for a job anywhere other than the position he currently holds was total news to him.
That doesn't mean, however, that he'll stay at BYU as long as LaVell Edwards did.
Huddle up sports fans! The Deseret News sports staff has opinions about where Mendenhall could, might and should go if and when he leaves Provo to take a coaching job elsewhere.
Every Wednesday, DeseretNews.com sports will ask a sports question through its twitter handle, @desnewssports, and the Deseret News sports staff will sound off by including the Twitter hashtag #DNHuddleUp.
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