Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck plans to stay committed to returning to school despite the departure of coach Jim Harbaugh, his father, Oliver Luck, said Friday.
"His decision has been made," Oliver Luck said. "I see zero chance he will change his decision."
Stanford associate head coach Greg Roman and offensive coordinator David Shaw will be considered for the opening, a source said.
"Andrew is smart," Oliver Luck said. "He knew there was a pretty good chance [Harbaugh] might leave."
Other possible Stanford candidates could include Tulsa's Todd Graham, former Oregon coach Mike Bellotti, Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Morningweg, San Diego State coach Brady Hoke and former Seahawks coach Jim Mora, according to sources.
Joe Schad covers college football for ESPN.