Eric Bieniemy would not say whether he would have an interest in the vacant head-coaching position at USC, but insisted that he's focused on being the offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs.
"I am where my feet are," Bieniemy said. "When it's all said and done, I am focused on the task at hand. I'm not worried about anything, where my name is being mentioned. My job right now is to make sure that we're preparing for this weekend's opponent.
"If USC reached out to me right now, my answer would be 'I am preparing for this team to play against the Baltimore Ravens.' That's how I roll ... My job is to make sure that we're ready to play a complete, sound, 60-minute football game so that we can come out and win the game."
USC fired coach Clay Helton on Monday, two days after a 42-28 home defeat to Stanford.
Bieniemy, who went to high school in the Los Angeles area, told confidantes in the past that USC is one of the only college jobs that might interest him, according to reports.