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Via ESPN's Chris Mortensen, Duke head coach David Cutcliffe denied receiving an offer or turning down the position of head coach at Michigan.
In fact, Mortensen said Cutcliffe has not spoken to Michigan nor has Duke AD Kevin White and the head coach is "content" at Duke. "To be clear, there has been zero contact between Michigan and Duke’s David Cutcliffe. No third party contact, even through search firm," Mortensen posted on Twitter. Dec 10 - 11:37 AM

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Michigan offered their head coaching job to Duke's David Cutcliffe who denied the approach, according to NFL Media's Gil Brandt.

Times have certainly changed, however, Cutcliffe's age (60) likely factors into the decision. Cutcliffe has made Duke a viable ACC football program and is a very respected coach among his peers.
Dec 10 - 10:07 AM

ESPN polled all 128 FBS coaches, and the group voted Duke's David Cutcliffe as the most underrated head coach.

Cutcliffe received 13 percent of the vote. Oregon State’s Mike Riley was just behind at 11 percent. East Carolina’s Ruffin McNeill and Michigan State's Mark Dantonio round out the top four. The poll was put together by Brett McMurphy.
Source: ESPN
Sep 20 - 2:46 PM

Duke HC David Cutcliffe said he and every coach he speaks to were "blindsided" by the NCAA's proposal to prevent offenses from snapping the ball before 29 seconds remaining on the play clock.

The proposed rule change apparently did not come up at the annual national coaches convention. The rule was labeled as a "safety change," but Cutcliffe thinks it is more about a preferred philosophy than safety, saying it favors "a team that plays ahead and likes to runs the ball." Cutcliffe added that he does not think up-tempo offenses cause more injuries. UNC's Larry Fedora was also very outspoken about the potential change.
Feb 15 - 11:41 AM

Duke coach David Cutcliffe was named the Maxwell Football Club National Coach of the Year.

Cutcliffe was also tabbed the Walter Camp coach of the year earlier this month. Duke set a school record with 10 wins in 2013. The Blue Devils also played in its first-ever ACC championship game and were selected to back-to-back bowl games for the first time. Duke takes on No. 20 Texas A&M in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on December 31. "Coach Cutcliffe has engineered a tremendous season for the Duke football program," said Maxwell Football Club Executive Director Mark Wolpert. "The team's 10-3 record is a great testament to the hard work of Coach and his staff, and also to the dedication shown by the student-athletes involved in the football program at Duke University."
Source: goduke.com
Fri, Dec 20, 2013 04:01:00 PM

Duke coach David Cutcliffe was named the Walter Camp coach of the year.

The former head coach at Mississippi took over at Duke in 2008. Cutcliffe has led the Blue Devils to eight straight victories. No. 20 Duke (10-2) will take on top-ranked Florida State in the ACC Championship on Saturday.
Source: ESPN.com
Thu, Dec 5, 2013 10:29:00 PM