Looks like we are interviewing the U's TE coach for the same position here. Some big name TEs have come from that program recently, not to mention he used to be a local boy at Rutgers. He would fit right in around here at only 35 years of age... http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/sports/colleges/university_of_miami/13884339.htm Cristobal interviews with Jets BY BARRY JACKSON University of Miami tight ends coach Mario Cristobal on Wednesday interviewed for the same job with the New York Jets, an NFL source said. Cristobal, who is expected to be promoted to offensive line coach if he stays at UM, is well-regarded inside the Hurricane program because of his abilities as a coach and recruiter. The NFL source believes Cristobal, 35, received an endorsement from former UM and Dolphins offensive line coach Tony Wise, who was recently hired to coach the Jets' offensive line under new head coach Eric Mangini. Cristobal, who played offensive tackle for UM from 1988-1992, also has coached at Rutgers. Coach Larry Coker, who is expected to name a coordinator shortly, will have an entirely new offensive staff if Cristobal leaves.