"It's a wonderful job. It's a Big Ten job. But I have a great job at Johns Hopkins," he said. "I am extraordinarily disappointed with the outcome of last year, but I am tremendously privileged and excited to be the leader of this program. I am going nowhere. I have talked to nobody from Michigan. I am very happy here, I'm excited to be here. My focus is on making sure that our guys have a great summer, a fun summer, a productive summer, a productive fall and that I do the things that I need to do as a leader and a head coach to put my staff and these young men in a position to be successful."