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Thats still an enormous buyout. He has "full support" right now, if he goes 5-7 next season, how much support will he have? How much smaller will the buyout be after next season?


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Brummy
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Carl Pelini was fired at Florida Atlantic back in October.





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Suntiger
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Official Coaching Vacancy/Hot Seat Thread (Posted on 12/2/13 at 10:27 am)


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College Football Openings Filled:
Southern Cal - hired Steve Sarkisian


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CGSC Lobotomy
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Record: 7-3 (6-1 Big 12)


Mack Brown is 8-3 (7-1) this season. Big 12 plays 9 conference games.






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Harry Caray
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Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia

Last week: Off
Record: 4-7 (2-6 Big 12)
Years: 3
Overall record: 21-16
School record: 21-16
Three-year record: 21-16
Salary: $2,500,000
Buyout: $11.3 million


Holy. shite.






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Harry Caray
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Pelini is safe for another year

Puzzling, honestly. Buyout costs too much? Dude clearly wants out.






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baytiger
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Another hot seat:

Gary Kubiak, Houston Texans

Last week: Lost 34-31 vs. New England
Record: 2-10 (1-2 AFC South)
Years: 7
Overall record: 61-63
School record: 61-63
Three-year record: 24-20






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CGSC Lobotomy
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Rick Barnes has removed his name from consideration for all of these jobs.





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1999
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the most wonderful time of the year





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ShaneTheLegLechler
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Rick Barnes has removed his name from consideration for all of these jobs.


Go back to TexAgs






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theGarnetWay
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NFL Gary Kubiak, Houston Texans Last week: Lost 34-31 vs. New England Record: 2-10 (1-2 AFC South) Years: 7 Overall record: 61-63 School record: 61-63 Three-year record: 24-20


Does anyone think Greg Schiano down in Tampa Bay is also on the hot seat? I know he is only in his 2nd year but they were 7-9 last year, good for 4th in division, are currently 3-8, and I'm sure most have heard of the 'reports' about him losing control of the team.
eta: His current overall record in Tampa Bay is 10-17

Also, I know he can't be added on the list but I truly believe that if Dallas wins the division Garrett will keep his job, but if they don't, he is gone.





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CtotheVrzrbck
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This might be a pretty uneventful hiring season.


USC was the only job that could move the needle, and they settled quickly on Sark.

It looks like Texas, Florida, Nebraska, Michigan, Miss St, WVU, are sticking with their coaches. There's a ton of first and second year coaches that are being given time to recruit and build their programs.






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JEAUXBLEAUX
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Kyle Flood loses to USF and no bowl bye bye. Rutgers will spend bucks to get somebody good to go into the Big ten. Recruting class falling apart.





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rebeloke
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USC got turned down by Sumlin and the Petersen.





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parkjas2001
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Notre Dame assistant Chuck Martin lands Miami (Ohio) head job





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boonecountyman
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Luck statement today.Read between the lines.....get it done next year.

LINK






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loustuni
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How is Mike Smith not on the Hot seat list?
You go from playoffs to nothing!







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GEAUXmedic
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How is Mike Smith not on the Hot seat list?


cause arthur blank assured him personally, that he will be the coach next year.






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aslavey
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Grambling State has named McNeese State tight ends coach Broderick Fobbs as its head coach.

ESPN






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