Jason Garrett could be in the mix for an open Power 5 coaching job just weeks after he was fired as the New York Giants offensive coordinator.

Garrett on Friday received a significant endorsement for the job from ESPN “Monday Night Countdown” host Suzy Kolber, who wrote on social media, “Hearing Jason Garrett is frontrunner for Duke HC job. Having witnessed Jason behind the scenes speaking to/teaching young men-incredibly powerful and truly inspirational! A great fit! Hope this happens! #Duke.”

Duke is looking for a new coach after it parted ways with David Cutcliffe, Duke’s coach since 2008, last month.

Among the other candidates reportedly in the mix include Texas A&M defensive coordinator Mike Elko and Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott are among the final candidates being considered, the search process remains ongoing, The News & Observer reported. A sitting head coach, like Army’s Jeff Monken or Air Force’s Troy Calhoun, remains attractive to the school.

Garrett has never coached in college, and his coaching career is exclusively in the NFL, when he began his professional career in 2005. He’s most known for his stint as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.