"I wasn't shocked that bad by it," Milano said. "It you are not doing your job you get fired. So if you look at their record you can't be surprised. Now, I just want to see who they get as their coach and who they bring in with them. I want to talk with them and see where I fit in.
"BC called and said they are still honoring my scholarship and I am still committed to them."
While this safety remains committed he still wants to keep his options open, especially considering all the coaching changes going on in college football.
"Temple has been calling. So has Kentucky, Duke, Illinois, Bowling Green and Arizona," Milano. "Right now I know Arizona is the next best choice for me. I believe me and my dad will visit the after the season."
Dr. Phillips had a big second round playoff win against Tampa Plant last Friday 24-7. They did that despite the absence of four-star safety Marcel Harris, who's out with a knee injury.
"It's been tough but kids have been stepping up and making plays," Milano said. "Beating Plant was big and the way we did it gives us a lot of momentum. Our defense pitched a shutout. They scored on a kick return when we were winning 24-0. But we know every week in the playoffs it's a challenge. Every round gets harder and everyone has good players."