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Moos reiterates stance on in-season coaching change

Status quo for Bill Moos following Nebraska loss to Minnesota

Bill Moos backed up his desire for coaches to finish seasons with his first public comments after Nebraska’s 54-21 loss to Minnesota.

The new athletic director for Nebraska told ESPN that nothing had changed.

"It's not like I've got a coach to hire this afternoon at 3:30," Moos said Monday. "Mike Riley deserves to finish the 2017 season. That's how I operate."

Rumors swirled from halftime on during the Minnesota game that Moos might deviate from his plan to address Nebraska football’s future after the season.

However, Monday was business as usual with Riley at his weekly press conference discussing the team’s upcoming trip to Penn State.

The Huskers are 4-6 currently with the game this weekend against Penn State and a Black Friday matchup against Iowa at home to close the season.

Riley is 19-17 in his three seasons at Nebraska. Moos was formally announced in October, taking over the program after a September ouster of Shawn Eichorst, who brought Riley to Lincoln in 2014.