Greenberg denies interest in SMU job

Posted at 2:57 PM, Mar 26, 2012

RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Virginia Tech head coach Seth Greenberg denied interest in the SMU coaching job today, one day after CBS 6 tweeted about his interest in the position.

Roanoke Times reporter Mark Berman spoke with Greenberg on Monday, and Greenberg denied that either he or his agent have had any discussions with SMU or their representatives about their coaching vacancy and plans on returning to the Hokies next year.

Sources told CBS 6 Sports this weekend that Greenberg has expressed interest in the SMU job. SMU will be joining the Big East conference in 2013. They fired former UNC coach Matt Doherty earlier this month. Yet to be determined is SMU’s interest in hiring Greenberg who has 167 wins and one NCAA appearance in nine years in Blacksburg.