Sources tell Football Rumor Mill that Mullen is a strong candidate to replace the deposed Brady Hoke. But remember, Mullen all but had the Miami job before Al Golden was hired.
With another loss on Sunday, Former Michigan quarterback and current 49er Head Coach Jim Harbaugh, was officially eliminated from the NFL playoffs. That means that San Francisco’s season will officially come to a close in two weeks, on December 28th.
Last week Frank Beamer joined the Hot Seat and Will Muschamp had a job. This week, Muschamp is out, and Al Golden gets a reprieve.
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.
The Hot Seat welcomes Virginia Tech’s Frank Beamer to the crowded field of coaches in jeopardy.
Our rankings are simple. Who’s the most likely to get fired? That’s the only criteria we use to group them. The higher the ranking, the more likely they’ll be shown the door.
Mike Shanahan won two Super Bowls with John Elway and the Denver Broncos. Now, it appears he’s setting his sights on the College Football Playoff.
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.