Ryan Grubb has made a decision about a possible job change. He’s staying at Washington.

Grubb interviewed for the Alabama offensive coordinator vacancy on Monday, and reportedly received an offer but has decided to stay at Washington, according to a report from Christian Caple of The Athletic.

Grubb joined Washington with Kalen DeBoer last offseason and enjoyed immediate success as Washington’s offensive coordinator.

Following the Huskies’ Apple Cup win, Grubb received a two-year extension that reportedly bumped his salary to $1.45 million for the 2023 season. After UW beat Texas in the Alamo Bowl, UW awarded Grubb a second raise to ward off potential suitors and bump his salary to a reported $2 million a year.

Alabama is in the process of replacing OC Bill O’Brien, who left after 2 years in Tuscaloosa to take over as the offensive coordinator for the New England Patriots.

The Huskies led the nation in passing offense last year, was second in total offense and seventh in points per game. Grubb’s offense was also known for several key plays that created momentum.

Grubb previously coached at Fresno State.