Well, it looks like Giants outside linebackers coach and senior assistant Bret Bielema will be staying in his current role.
It was reported on Monday by the Detroit Free Press' Rainer Sabin that Bielema has "definite interest" in Michigan State's head coaching vacancy following the retirement of Mark Dantonio. But, according to Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman, the job seems to be filled.
Colorado head coach Mel Tucker, after initially turning the job down, has reportedly agreed in principle to become the next Spartans head coach.
Michigan State was expected to have Cincinnati head coach Luke Fickell be their top candidate, but he decided to stay with the Bearcats.
Bielema has head coaching experience in college football, leading Wisconsin (2006-2012) and Arkansas (2013-2017) before joining the Patriots in the NFL in 2018 as their defensive line coach. So seeing him show interest in taking the reins of another college program made sense.
The Giants should be happy to keep him on Joe Judge's staff, though, as that head coaching experience could help Judge as well as his expertise in helping the Giants' edge rushers.