Greenville - With the smoke now clear from the the "Skip Holtz to" wild fires, attention turns to Pirate defensive coordinator Greg Hudson's future.
Hudson spoke with WITN Sunday saying he had not accepted any job offer to leave East Carolina.
"I've not taken anything but there are some options on the table." Coach Hudson said.
One of those options is an assistant coaching job at Florida State. Hudson coached with new Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher while the two were at Cincinnati in 1999-'00.
Hudson went on to say that he wouldn't accept any job without visiting the school first, something that will most likely happen after the Pirates wrap up their pre-holiday practices.
ECU practices Sunday afternoon and again on Monday before breaking for the holidays.
The Pirates take on Arkansas in the Liberty Bowl on January 2nd.
Hudson has been the Pirate defensive coordinator since Skip Holtz took over as head coach in 2005. He held the same post for two seasons at Minnesota before coming to Greenville.