Colorado State football coach Mike Bobo has finished the 2015 campaign on a positive note with four straight wins. But will that still lead to Bobo continuing his CSU coaching career into 2016?

According to the Coloradoan, rumors are now circulating that Mike Bobo has interviewed for the head coaching job with Missouri as Athletic Director Mack Rhoades has been in Denver all week talking to candidates about the position. Air Force's Troy Calhoun is also reportedly one of the candidates also being discussed.

Bobo stated after the win Saturday against Fresno State that he would be flying out to recruit players to join the team for the 2016 season, so it is still possible that the rumors are just that. Rumors.

CSU Athletic Director Joe Parker told the Coloradoan that he has not been contacted by any schools looking to talk with the first year CSU football coach.

Mike Bobo has also been linked to the possibility of becoming the head coach of Georgia after former coach Mark Richt was fired from that position. Bobo was a former quarterback for the Bulldogs who also was an assistant coach with Georgia for 14 years.

CSU finished the regular season with a 7-5 record overall and a 5-3 record in the Mountain West in the 2015 schedule.