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. Rankings are not based only on week-to-week results, they are based on what we hear from sources on the ground – and that can change based on any number of things.
Here we are, just days away from October and we’ve only had one firing. Okay, technically speaking June Jones (Wink! Wink!) resigned at SMU but are you buying that story? Of course, you’re not. Just like you shouldn’t be buying the story that Will Muschamp is teetering on the verge of a firing.
Check out our newest Hot Seat rankings. Is Will Muschamp’s rear end on fire after needing triple overtime to beat Kentucky? And which coach has cooled his seat with a win?
Here’s what you need to know and what’s really important after two weeks of college football.
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.
It took just two weeks in 2014 but the first domino in the college football caching carousel has fallen. June Jones has resigned immediately from SMU. We all know what resigns means don’t we?
In a radio interview with sportstalk station WDAE-AM, June Jones made big waves in the small pond that makes up the mid-major conferences. SMU fans and fans of other schools in the American Athletic Conference listened intently and then muttered a deep sigh.
“I think the have-nots [non-Power Five leagues] should go ahead and move to the spring just like the USFL did.”