MIAMI -- Montreal Alouettes head coach Marc Trestman will not taking the reins in Miami.
It was announce on Sunday that the Hurricanes have hired Temple head coach Al Golden to lead their football program and replace the departed Randy Shannon.
Golden brought an Owls program back from the dead in the last four years, leading Temple to a nine-win season in 2009 and an eight-win campaign this year. In his first season, the Owls went 1-11 in their final year of football independence.
"From the beginning of this process, one candidate stood out above the rest as the right fit for the University of Miami," said director of athletics Kirby Hocutt. "We are proud to welcome al Golden to The U. His desire, leadership, communications skills and preparedness stood above the rest, and he is the right man to meet the championship expectations of this program."
The Miami Herald had reported that Trestman was one of three candidates, along with Golden and Randy Edsall, in the running for the post.