College Football Coaching Hot Seat Ranking – Tuesday, Oct. 22

By on October 22, 2013

Here is our college coaches Hot Seat Ranking for Tuesday, Oct. 22, based on the latest college football coaching news and insider rumors:

USC (Lane Kiffin)
UConn (Paul Pasqualoni)
Miami, OH (Don Treadwell)

THE FLAMING FANNYFiring Seems a Forgone Conclusion
Ron English, Eastern Michigan (1-6)
Dan Enos, Central Michigan (3-5)

Kirk Ferentz, Iowa (4-3)
Bo Pelini, Nebraska (5-1)
June Jones, SMU (2-4)
Mack Brown, Texas (4-2)
Bobby Hauck, UNLV (4-3)
Mike London, Virginia (2-5)
Steve Sarkisian, Washington (4-3)
Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia (3-4)
Dave Christensen, Wyoming (4-3)

THE TOASTY TUSHFiring is a Possibility
Rich Ellerson, Army (3-5)
Ron Turner, FIU (1-5)
Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech (4-3)
Kevin Wilson, Indiana (3-4)
Tim Beckman, Illinois (3-3)
Jerry Kill, Minnesota (5-2)* – Health
Dan Mullen, Mississippi State (3-3)
Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State (5-1)

THE HEATING PADPlenty Warm, but… will probably see 2014
Troy Calhoun, Air Force (1-6)
Norm Chow, Hawaii (0-6)
Paul Rhoads, Iowa State (1-5)
Randy Edsall, Maryland (5-2)
Rick Stockstill, Middle Tennessee (3-4)
Jim Grobe, Wake Forest (4-3)

Cover photo credit: AP

Zach Bundy
Zach Bundy

Iowa can't fire Kirk Ferentz, it would cost them tens of millions of dollars. He definitely should be fired, unfortunately. His extensions push the value of his contract to just under 19 million dollars. What a terrible situation to be a Hawkeye fan.

Jason Thomas
Jason Thomas

Could you please find someone to take Holgersen? I realize his inept coaching & wannabe offensive schemes might make for a tough sell. I feel like someone with your caliber could handle it though. The Mountain State needs someone that actually cares about the program & has Mountaineer Pride. I'll give you two names on my short list. Rich Rod, now that we know what really went down with his leaving. The second is already a little closer to home & has deep ties to WVU, having coached there several years. Doc Holliday. From the current staff, we'll keep Keith Patterson. That's all.