There are reports that Kendal Briles will be interviewing for Tennessee’s offensive coordinator opening, and it has drawn mixed reaction from many on Twitter, including media members and fans.

Briles, who just completed his first season as Houston offensive coordinator, was on Baylor’s staff from 2008-16. His father, Art, was the Bears’ head coach from 2008-15.

The elder Briles was fired by Baylor amid the school’s investigation into sexual assault allegations against former players during early 2016. University officials reportedly failed to take appropriate action when learning of the allegations.

The younger Briles left Baylor after the 2016 season to become the offensive coordinator at Florida Atlantic, where he spent one season.

Vols Twitter has had an influence on coaching decisions in the past. Last offseason, there was backlash when reports were released that Tennessee planned to hire Greg Schiano as its head coach. Schiano was a Penn State assistant during the time period of the child sex abuse scandal.

Here’s what several media members and fans were saying about the latest Briles rumors: