Not only that – the house is listed at a $50,000 discount from the price that Enfield paid.
Job offer someone else? Eh? Eh?
Well, we still don’t know.
I have stated that I think Enfield, a guy who has exploded onto the national scene since FGCU upset Georgetown in the first round, would be a great, exciting hire for the Gophers – and a guy who is a Villa 7 alum, and therefore has a relationship with athletic director Norwood Teague and right-hand man Mike Ellis -- but there’s been this NCAA tournament thing that’s really gotten in the way of any real development in that regard.
For FGCU, that part of the season is now over, with the Eagles losing to 3-seed Florida on Friday night.
Will any news emerge now that Enfield and Co. are eliminated? I can’t tell you the answer to that. Again, there’s a chance HE JUST DIDN’T LIKE THE HOUSE.
I will repeat, however, my earlier adjective: interesting.
Marcus Fuller joined the Star Tribune in 2016 after 11 years covering Gophers sports – and just about every other team and league in town -- for the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Before making the Twin Cities his home, Marcus spent two years in The Kansas City Star sports department. Marcus grew up in Hawaii and is a 2002 graduate of San Jose State. Follow Fuller on Twitter @Marcus_R_Fuller.
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