Former Baylor Linebacker and Hall of Famer Mike Singletary, reportedly has removed his name from consideration for the Baylor head coach position.
ESPN.com is reporting that Singletary, met with Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw in the Bay Area on Monday, and the two spoke on Wednesday as well. But Singletary, who was also considered for the Baylor job a few years ago, determined the position was not a good fit.
On Sunday, Baylor fired coach Guy Morriss after a 3-9 season.
"What happened was, we got to a point in the conversation where it just wasn't going to work... The more we talked about it, the more I knew -- and I think [McCaw] knew -- it wasn't going to work," Singletary told The Dallas Morning News on Thursday.