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As much as Paul Chryst would like to focus on getting ready for the BBVA Compass Bowl matchup with Ole Miss, he still had to answer questions in regards to the opening at Wisconsin.

As much as Paul Chryst wanted to walk away from it, he still answered questions about his name being linked to the Wisconsin job. He also offered his thoughts and support for Bret Bielema taking over at Arkansas.

Also, in regards to Birmingham, Chryst talks about being impressed with the reception he received from bowl organizers while in Birmingham last week.

Aside from bowl talk, Chryst mentioned that there are three underclassmen he's had conversations with about in declaring for the NFL Draft. He wouldn't specify which ones, but did say that only paperwork is being filed to get an opinion and some feedback. The idea is to get this type of feedback to see if it would be worth their while, whoever the underclassmen are, to declare for the NFL Draft.

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