Carolina coaches fielding questions about job openings

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich

Butch Davis is used to it. Duke coach David Cutcliffe squashed the speculation quickly. And Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe said he no longer has to call a team meeting every time another coach gets fired or resigns.

"It can be very distracting, but we've been dealing with it for a while now," Grobe said. "It always makes you feel good if people think that you're doing a good job at your present school, but it really can be a distraction. Now with our players, now that it's been going on for a while the past few years, I doubt are kids are distracted by any of that stuff. I try not to even talk about it."