Another coach has turned down the University of Tennessee.
Doeren, the News & Observer reported, also has an improved offer from N.C. State that could keep him with the Wolfpack, after weeks of stalled negotiations.
Doeren has moved to the top of the school's list after several other candidates turned them down, including Duke football's David Cutcliffe.
ABC 11 reported that players at NC State's Murphy Football Center received a text from Doeren informing them that he was staying at the school he's coached since 2012. A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press the five-year deal came after Doeren spoke to Tennessee officials about their coaching vacancy.
Doeren, who has a 33-30 record at N.C. State, ultimately took significantly less money to stay in Raleigh. It has been the best season of his tenure in Raleigh. She sweetened her offer on Wednesday, an unidentified News & Observer source said after Doeren began talking more seriously with Tennessee AD John Currie.
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"Dave has made significant strides in developing a complete program at N.C. State, and this new contract continues our commitment to his leadership", athletic director Debbie Yow said in a release from the school.
Tennessee may now look to fired Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin for their head coaching position.
With a deal being finalized, Doeren and his staff will now turn their attention to the Wolfpack's bowl game and recruiting a 2018 class that includes numerous in-state products. That search seemingly ended with Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano on Sunday, but that deal was nixed after fans and state politicians expressed their outrage.
Doeren guided the Wolfpack to an 8-4 overall record and 6-2 mark in ACC play this season.