RENO, Nev. — Citing his commitment to the University of Nevada, Wolf Pack head coach Mark Fox has informed the University of Nebraska that he does not want to be a candidate for the school’s head coaching vacancy, he announced Saturday afternoon.
Fox met with
“Cary and I both felt that it was important for the continued success of the
“Mark Fox was the right person for our coaching job three years ago, and he continues to be,” Nevada Director of Athletics Cary Groth said. “He has done a tremendous job in furthering the success and tradition of the
In his two seasons at the helm of the Wolf Pack program, Fox has compiled a 52-13 record. He has led
In 2005-06, Fox’s squad turned in a 27-6 overall record, which was just one victory shy of the single-season school record, while the Wolf Pack won the WAC regular-season title and the WAC Tournament championship and earned the school’s third consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament.
Fox agreed to a new five-year contract with