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Kind of buried in the NFL games yesterday but the Colorado coach got the axe. Who else won’t survive and who will be looking for greener pastures?
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Smallest total crowd in this game since 1950.CLAY HELTON is a dead man walking at USC.
Smallest group of Trojan fans attended the UCLA game at the Rose Bowl in the 88-year history of the rivalry.
And, oh yes, USC lost to a three-win UCLA team.
With a loss to Notre Dame, USC (5-6) will not make a bowl game for the first time since 2000.
Clemson belongs in the SEC.
Look no further than Fickel at Cincy. Best recruiter in the nation perhaps and has stated he would never leave the state of Ohio
I’d be stunned if he’s on the short list. But I could be wrong. Could be wrong about Urban leaving this year as well. Perhaps that colossal stomping of Harbaugh May heal those cysts right on up. Man that was a beat down. A thing of beauty.Fickel is an Ohio guy, so I get the connection, and maybe he's on their short list, but I think they go after a bigger name.
There aren't any yet. Holgersen is rumored to be on the move. Only active coach now that Brohm and Leach are reported as staying put. Id expect Satterfield at App st to make a move now that he has hired a agent.We need a list of probable bowl teams who may lose there coach to greener pastures. There can be some good angles there, just in disruptions.
Adios Tee Martin
USC hires Kliff Kingsbury to be offensive coordinator
Akron- Terry Bowden Fired
Kansas State- Bill Snyder- Retired
Georgia Tech- Paul Johnson- Retired
Ohio state- Retired Ryan Day Promoted to HC
App state- Scott Satterfield- Hired by Louisville
ECU- Scott Montgomery- Fired Mike Houston of James Madison hired
Mack Brown hired in the weirdest move ever by UNC
Texas State hired Jake Spivitol
Texas Tech- Matt Wells hired
Utah state- Wells departs
Umass- Whipple fired mostly for using the term rape when discussing officials calls. Walt Bell hired
Interesting timing considering Diaz just left. Wonder if they target Kiffin.