He's going to have to go to a mid-major for a couple of seasons and behave like a saint before he gets another big-time job. Either that or hope there's some desperate dumpster fire of a program out there that's willing to take the PR hit.
Like an earlier poster said, it wasn't the women on the side, it was the fact he hired one of them. That set up Arkansas for all sorts of sexual harassment suits.
I never bought into the harassment lawsuits "paranoia" as a main reason for the firing (in regard to this situation) because firing him would not prevent the lawsuits, but it was a stupid thing to do by getting intimately involved with anyone other than his wife and hiring them. The hiring definitely could have
led to a problem. It just didn't in this situation.
I do believe the main problem that got him in hot water started way before the motorcycle incident. He had turned off a lot of people by his smug attitude and lack of humility. When/if he makes changes in regard to his personality issues, he can be very successful and popular because he's a very smart coach. But if he's not smart enough to realize what's holding him back and doesn't deal with his character issues, he may never find any success remotely close to what he's had up to to this point.
I hope he realizes this.
This post was edited on 12/7 at 5:09 pm