San Jose State football coach Mike MacIntyre reiterated Wednesday that he has not been contacted about any other jobs. Also, the school said it's working on keeping him with the Spartans.
"We want Coach Mac to stay," athletic director Gene Bleymaier said. "He's done a phenomenal job. We're doing everything we possibly can to keep him. We've been working on that for months."
Those measures include looking to increase MacIntyre's annual salary, which is in the $450,000 range, and improving facilities. "It's everything," Bleymaier said. "It's trying to improve the program in every way we can."
MacIntyre's name has come up in discussions regarding several openings, including Cal's vacancy.
"There's always a million rumors out there, but I haven't heard anything," he said. "We love it here. We want to be here. ... I hope it's going to be like that the next 15 years that I'm here."
The Earthquakes declined an option on defender Ramiro Corrales, but the 2012 MLS All-Star is expected to return next year, possibly as player/coach.
"Ramiro will be back," general manager John Doyle said. "We'll just change his role a little bit."
"Ideally we'd like to get everyone back and keep it within the salary cap," Doyle said. "Under current numbers we can't do that."
Staff writers Jimmy Durkin and Elliott Almond and the Associated Press contributed to this report.
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