By Ryan Young, Yahoo! Sports: Though he’s been linked as a possible replacement in College Station, Dan Lanning isn’t having it.
Lanning completely shot down rumors that he’d leave Oregon to take over at Texas A&M, or anywhere else for that matter.
Lanning is in his second season at Oregon, where he took over after Mario Cristobal went to Miami. The job is Lanning’s first head coaching gig in the league after he last served as Georgia’s defensive coordinator — where he helped the Bulldogs win a national title.
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