Hawaii is, at this moment, the only FBS program looking for a new head coach. The UH job remains open after June Jones turned down an offer for a second stint as the head coach of the Rainbow Warriors on Friday, surprising many followers of Hawaii football.

On Saturday, college football insider Bruce Feldman shared the names he is hearing mentioned as candidates. Based on Feldman’s reporting, the Hawaii hire isn’t likely to create a new head coaching vacancy in the FBS. Feldman says Hawaii has interest in 3 assistant coaches, as well as Jones.

Timmy Chang, 40, was identified as one of the top candidates a week ago after Todd Graham’s resignation. The Colorado State assistant is a former Hawaii quarterback.

Brian Norwood, 56, played defensive back at Hawaii from 1984-88. The UCLA defensive backs coach has been in coaching since 1990.

Arizona State running backs coach Shaun Aguano is a Kapaa, Hawaii native. He played football at Linfield College, a Division III school in Oregon after graduating from high school in 1988. Aguano was the longtime head coach of Chandler High School in Arizona before joining the ASU staff.