It wasn’t exactly a foregone conclusion that Will Muschamp would get the axe at Florida this season. He’s had the full support of Florida AD Jeremy Foley, but even Foley had to conclude that this wasn’t working out when Muschamp and the Gators snatched defeat from the certain jaws of victory against South Carolina. Muschamp now joins the unemployed. Get the latest forecast for the rest of the coaches in jeopardy.
Miami fans look to the Florida State game as the barometer of where the program is. Should the Canes score the upset, they’ll give in a little bit in their critique of Al Golden. Lose by at least 10 and they’ll be screaming for Golden’s head.
A key domino has fallen in what is sure to be the one of the hottest coaching searches this winter. Now, that Dave Brandon has resigned as Michigan’s AD the Wolverines can use his vacant seat as a bargaining chip to lure the next head coach.
Nick Saban is pissed off and he wants you to know it. He’s pissed off because football is a game and it’s supposed to be fun—fun for his players, fun for his coaches, fun for him. How dare people say they’re frustrated with an ugly win? How dare they?
We’re through seven weeks in college football. Three jobs are open, looks like three BIG 10 jobs will certainly be, and is Michigan locking in on a potential candidate?
The seventh week of college football means the firing season has officially begun. Sure, three coaches have already found their way to the Extinct Species List, but that’s just a warm up for what’s ahead.