Asked if the Alabama job was discussed, Pastilong said "I cannot talk about that, because it is a personnel issue."
Pastilong indicated to the Daily Mail that the school may not be inclined to offer Rodriguez another raise after signing an extension in the summer that also included a raise to close to $1.1 million annually and a possibility of more than $400,000 in additional performance bonuses.
Moore?s return to Tuscaloosa was not his original plan for this week. The UA athletic director was scheduled to fly from New York ? where he was attending College Football Hall of Fame ceremonies, talking with people about the Alabama vacancy and meeting with Rodriguez ? to Chicago today in order to watch the Tide?s fourth-ranked basketball team against Notre Dame on Thursday.
Is Moore back in T-Town to announce Rodriguez in the morning? Fingers crossed...