Mississippi Statecoach Dan Mullen, recently firedGeorgiacoach Mark Richt and former coaches Greg Schianoand Butch Davis have all interviewed for theMiami Hurricanes'head-coaching job, sources confirmed to ESPN on Tuesday.
Richt, who served as a backup quarterback behind starter Jim Kelly during his playing days for the Hurricanes, was fired Sunday after guiding Georgia to a 9-3 mark this season and a 145-51 record in his 15 seasons. Richt will also interview for the vacancy at Virginia, sources told ESPN's Mark Schlabach.
Mullen, who has a 54-35 record in seven seasons with Mississippi State, has interviewed with Miami officials in the past 24 hours, sources told ESPN's Chris Low.
Davis, 64, a former Hurricanes coach, has been out of coaching since he was fired byNorth Carolinain the summerof 2011.
Schiano, a formerRutgersandTampa Bay Buccaneerscoach, is an ESPN analyst.
Larry Scott served as the interim coach after Al Golden was fired Oct. 26 following a 58-0 loss to Clemson. Golden went 32-25 in his four-plus seasons with the Canes.
ESPN's Chris Low, Mark Schlabach and Andrea Adelson contributed to this report.