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November 26, 2009

With Charlie Weis perhaps down to his final days at Notre Dame, Cleveland quarterback Brady Quinn would love to be reunited with his former coach.

"It'd be nice," said Quinn, who played two seasons for Weis. "I'd like to play under him again if I had the opportunity. It'd be cool."

Quinn spent a portion of his locker room availability Wednesday addressing speculation about Weis' future.

Quinn believes the school would be making a mistake if they fire Weis.

"Personally I think it would be a horrible decision," Quinn said. "I think there are a lot of circumstances that play into seasons like this. Hopefully he'll have an opportunity to have another year with the guys."

•Weis plans to sit down with Jimmy Clausen and Golden Tate to talk with them about whether they should stay in school or enter the NFL draft. ... Memphis athletic director R.C. Johnson said he will not fill the Tigers' coaching job until the season ends. Leading candidate Jerry Gray, the Washington Redskins secondary coach, would not say if he has been offered the job. ... Montana's Bobby Hauck was named Big Sky coach of the year for thr third time in the last four years. ... Georgia receiver A.J. Green (shoulder) is doubtful to face Georgia Tech.

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