Calhoun says he looks forward to coaching Air Force in 2010

AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — Amid speculation he could be headed to Tennessee, Air Force coach Troy Calhoun says he’s looking forward to coaching the Falcons again in 2010.
Calhoun, 25-14 with three bowl appearances in three years at the Academy, issued a three-sentence statement through the school Thursday that indicated he had no plans of leaving for Tennessee, which abruptly lost head coach Lane Kiffin to USC this week.
Calhoun said he is proud to work at the academy and was diligently recruiting and preparing for next season.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Calhoun called an afternoon team meeting but the topic was unknown.