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Posted: 11/12/2012 11:51:15 AM

NCAAF Teams maybe looking soon!!

1) Arkansas - John L. Smith is Temporary head coach.

2) Auburn- Gene Chizick is probably gone the day after Alabama shells them 56-0!!!

3) Tennessee- Loss to Mizzou= Gone, Orange pants = Dooleys Gone!

4) USC- Losing is not in USCs vocabulary...Lane Kiffin could lose to ND and Oregon again and be looking for another job!!!

Who will be available??

Nick Saban??? Not for NCAAF...ONLY IF he goes to Philly or Dallas??

5) Bama- if Saban goes to Dallas or Philly??

Charlie Strong???

Top NFL coaching salaries...before you say he makes enough in NCAAF!!!!On saban!!!

  • New England Patriots generalissimo Bill Belichick is the NFL's highest-paid head coach at $7.5 million per year. He's won three Super Bowls and his 139-53 (.724) record with the Pats over 12 seasons is first-ballot Hall of Fame material.
  • Mike Shanahan, who won two Super Bowls in 17 seasons with the Denver Broncos (138-86, .616), has assembled an 11-21 record over the past two seasons as coach of the Washington Redskins but commands a $7 million annual salary.
  • Jeff Fisher, who retired before last season after 17 seasons with the Tennessee Titans, was making $5.75 million per year.
  • Pete Carroll, who is 14-18 after two seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, earns $6.7 million per season. He got a big payday because of his collegiate coaching success at USC and because he went 27-21 with the Patriots before Belichick replaced him in 2000.
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    #2
    Posted: 11/12/2012 12:57:22 PM
    so,.....  who is in
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    Posted: 11/12/2012 1:24:01 PM
    Are Ferentz at Iowa and Beamer at VA Tech and Tedford at Cal safe?

    I don't think Cal has the money to buy out Tedford (something like 9 mil).

    I would guess Ferentz and Beamer get another year based on their track records.

    Beckman at Illinois may lose his job.  Other than that, I think the rest of the AQ conference coaches job are safe
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    Posted: 11/12/2012 2:29:51 PM
    There's a good chance Spaziani will be gone at Boston College.
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    Posted: 11/12/2012 2:43:51 PM

    Potential vacancies:

    Boston College (Frank Spaniani), Cal (Jeff Tedford), Auburn (Gene Chizik) Maryland (Randy Edsall)  IOWA (Kirk Ferentz) Purdue (Danny Hope) Kansas (Charlie Weiss)

    Vacancy

    Nov 4th-- Kentucky fires Joker Phillips

    Potential cadidates:

    Charlie Strong, Al Borges, Shawn Watson, Chuck Martin, Del Miller, Kirby Smart, Bobby Petrino

     

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    Posted: 11/12/2012 2:54:28 PM

    Coaches who COULD leave for a better deal..

    Chris petersen-- Boise st head coach salary -Petersen’s new contract is worth $11,748,333 over five years — including a new $250,000 annual payment to purchase a license to use the coach’s likeness.


    Read more here: http://voices.idahostatesman.com/2012/04/16/ccripe/here_are_details_boise_state_football_coach_chris_petersens_new_#storylink=cpy

    Would probably leave for Cal, Auburn or Arkansas

    Nick Saban-- Sabans current contract--- Alabama coach Nick Saban said he received overtures for other jobs after claiming the second national title in three years. Instead of bolting, he has received a raise and contract extension worth $5.62 million a year that he said represents his intention to finish his career in Tuscaloosa.

    Very slim chance of leaving....probably take 4 year 7.5 Million $$ year 21 Million guranteed..A good NFL team.. Dallas or Philly..not leaving for another NCAAF team!!!!

    Sonny Dykes LA Tech-  Along with a two-year contract extension, Louisiana Tech coach Sonny Dykes has received a raise that will lift his annual salary to more than $700,000, a source told ESPN college football reporter Joe Schad.

    Potential Fit...Arkansas, Auburn!!

     

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    Posted: 11/12/2012 3:02:00 PM

    Ferentz isn't going anywhere anytime soon.  Our AD signed him through 2020, smart move...  His buyout is close to 22 mill if he were fired at the end of this season. 

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    Posted: 11/12/2012 3:05:09 PM
    I would be really surprised if Saban left Bama.  He is going to compete for BCS titles every year for the near future at Bama.  In the NFL, he'd be taking over a middle of the pack team at best, and it would be very tough to make them into a Superbowl contender unless he lucked into a great QB.

    So, why take a couple mil a year more over 4 years, when he can stay at Bama for the next 10 or 12 years?   He is 61 years old...

    And an NFL job is probably more work too.
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    Posted: 11/12/2012 3:16:04 PM

    I would go somewhere and suck for a year, and get bought out for 21 Million if iwas tired of working and thought the NCAA was going  to bust my players for taking money or something??? Pete Carroll Style!!!

    He was quoted as saying:

    Alabama coach Nick Saban said he received overtures for other jobs after claiming the second national title in three years. Instead of bolting, he has received a raise and contract extension worth $5.62 million a year that he said represents his intention to finish his career in Tuscaloosa.

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    Posted: 11/12/2012 3:28:58 PM
    QUOTE Originally Posted by Capper007:

    Potential vacancies:

    Boston College (Frank Spaniani), Cal (Jeff Tedford), Auburn (Gene Chizik) Maryland (Randy Edsall)  IOWA (Kirk Ferentz) Purdue (Danny Hope) Kansas (Charlie Weiss)

    Vacancy

    Nov 4th-- Kentucky fires Joker Phillips

    Potential cadidates:

    Charlie Strong, Al Borges, Shawn Watson, Chuck Martin, Del Miller, Kirby Smart, Bobby Petrino

     

    booby patrino seems to be the best unemployed minus the girl on the bike 
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    Posted: 11/12/2012 3:50:02 PM

    I predict that 24 Head coahes out of the

    As noted in Wikipedia

    Division I FBS football is the only NCAA sport without a formal tournament to determine an undisputed national champion. FBS schools instead play in a series of postseason bowl games, culminating in the BCS National Championship Game, which attempts to crown a single national champion. Other organizations, most notably the Associated Press, crown their own champions via polling. The BCS and AP have not always agreed on a single champion. In contrast, Division I FCS football conducts a 20-team single-elimination tournament, the NCAA Division I Football Championship, to determine its undisputed champion. A total of 124 (120 full members, 4 transitional) teams will participate in the 2012 NCAA Division I FBS football season. 

    24/124 or about 20%...any team below .333% Winning percentage probably change is coming!!!!

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    Posted: 11/12/2012 3:50:48 PM

    I predict that 24 Head coahes out of the

    As noted in Wikipedia

    Division I FBS football is the only NCAA sport without a formal tournament to determine an undisputed national champion. FBS schools instead play in a series of postseason bowl games, culminating in the BCS National Championship Game, which attempts to crown a single national champion. Other organizations, most notably the Associated Press, crown their own champions via polling. The BCS and AP have not always agreed on a single champion. In contrast, Division I FCS football conducts a 20-team single-elimination tournament, the NCAA Division I Football Championship, to determine its undisputed champion. A total of 124 (120 full members, 4 transitional) teams will participate in the 2012 NCAA Division I FBS football season. 

    24/124 or about 20%...any team below .333% Winning percentage probably change is coming!!!!

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    Posted: 11/12/2012 4:28:25 PM

    Current W/L  of bottom teams:

    Kansas (1-9) Next Iowa St

    Buffalo (1-9)

    EM (1-9)

    New Mexico St (1-9)

    Hawaii (1-8)

    BC (2-8)

    Temple (3-6)

    Army (2-8)

    Illinois (2-8)

    Tulane (2-8)

    Memphis (2-8)

    Army (2-8)

    UNLV (2-9)

    Wash st (2-8)

    Wyoming (3-7)

    Cal (3-8)

    UAB (3-7)

    Mass (3-7)

    WM (4-7)

    New Mexico (4-7)

    Maryland (4-6) Next FSU

    UVA (4-6) Next UNC

    Purdue (4-6)

    VT (4-6)

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    Posted: 11/12/2012 4:31:15 PM

    Auburn (3-9)

    Wins will be Against:

    ULM in OT

    New Mexico St

    Alabama A&M

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    Posted: 11/12/2012 5:02:40 PM

    Gone maybe because of Dumb stuff???

    TCU - Gary Patterson--Pachall and other drug  problem situation may prompt him to look elsewhere for emplyment???

    USC - Lane Kiffins - Mishandling of the media..

    Texas Tech- Tommy Tuberville Sideline incident with Asst Coach..

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    Posted: 11/19/2012 8:03:23 AM

     

    Tennessee---Dooley FIRED!!

     

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    Posted: 11/19/2012 8:05:31 AM

    Its firing Season

    Noteable firings around Thanksgiving last year!!!

  • Illinois fired Ron Zook. After a 6-0 start to the 2011 season, the Fighting Illini failed to win a game the rest of the season, finishing 6-6. Zook finished 34-51 since arriving in Champaign in 2005.
  • UAB fired Neil Callaway. Callaway finished just 3-9 on the year. His five seasons as the Blazers head coach produced just 18 wins. He becomes the third Conference USA coach fired this month, joining Tulane's Bob Toledo and Memphis' Larry Porter.
  • Kansas fired Turner Gill. Gill lasted just two seasons in Lawrence. Under his watch, the Jayhawks went 5-19, including 1-16 against Big 12 opponents.
  • Akron fired Rob Ianello. He last only two seasons, putting up very Gill-like numbers with a 2-22 overall record and just one win against Mid-American conference opponents.
  • Washington State will reportedly fire Paul Wulff. Barring "a last-minute change of direction" Wulff will leave the Cougars with the worst winning percentage in college football. He is just 9-40 in his four seasons as head coach.
  • Arizona State will reportedly fire Dennis Erickson. After a 5-1 start in a very winnable Pac-12 South division, Erickson's Sun Devils lost five of their final six games. He went 31-30 in five seasons but only reached a single bowl game.
  • UCLA will reportedly fire Rick Neuheisel. A day after a 50-0 loss to USC and a 6-6 season, there are reports that Neuheisel's future at UCLA is "bleak." This, despite the fact that his team is one win away from a Rose Bowl appearance. Because of USC's NCAA sanctions, UCLA will face Oregon in the Pac-12 Championship. But even a win Saturday isn't likely to save Neuheisel's job.


  • Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/list-of-college-football-coaches-fired-2011-11#ixzz2CfoPw1YO

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    Posted: 11/19/2012 12:57:07 PM
    I would think that Mark Dantonio might be on thin ice @ Michigan State
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    Posted: 11/20/2012 5:47:57 AM

    Yea...he has had those damn expectations.... Mich st (5-6) which may spell doom for him, Kiffin?? (see after this weekend?)

    Other High expectations teams

    WV (5-5) --Iowa st....(80/20 win)

    TCU (6-4) @ Texas

    VT (5-6) Will that guy ever get that garbage off his neck??

     

    on the flip side (low expectation schools with results) Coaches that could seek greener pastures!!!

    LA Tech (Sonny Dykes)    9-2

    Tulsa (Bill Blankenship)    9-2

    Louisville (Charlie Strong)    9-1

    UCLA (Jim Mora Jr)---Dont tell me UCLA has football tradition!!!!    9-2

    San jose st  9-2

     

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    Posted: 11/20/2012 4:10:01 PM

    Job openings

    Tennessee- probable candidates- Jim Mora Jr., Charlie Strong, Kirby Smart

    Best fit most costly Jim Mora Jr

    Cal- Probable cadidates - Sonny Dykes, Bobby Petrino, Chuck Martin

    Best Fit -  Bobby Petrino

    Kentucky..who cares they suck..how much can they afford for football coach anyways??? BBall School!!!!!!

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    Posted: 11/20/2012 4:24:54 PM

    Lets not forget the worst team in College footbal, Southern Miss.

    New coach, Ellis Johnson, took a 12 - 2 team, conference champ, that smashed Undefeated Houston in the title game to a current record of 0 - 11.  After this weekend they will be 0 - 12.  Southern Miss returned most of the starters from last year on O and a good bit on the D side of the ball.  The biggest loss was QB, who is currently backing up Sam Bradford in the NFL.  This is the absolute worst coaching staff in the country.  If the school had any money they would buy Johnson out of his contract and move on.

     

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    Posted: 11/20/2012 4:35:14 PM

    Its going to be more intruiging this year than most, because there are jobs open that coaches are gonna want, and maybe a domino effect could happen if coaches "move up"!!!

    Programs with Asst coaches on Head coach lists ---I would Guess??:

    1) Ohio St.- Intensitity --seen on ESPN program....Urban Meyer disciples..probably will kill michigan for a  PERFECT RECORD!!!!

    2) Alabama---Has anybody left from this program???? certainly someone will this year??

    3) Texas A&M-- So many points..beat bama!!

    4) LSU---Defense!!!!

    Otherwise slim pickings on Head coaches out there!!! Should be interesting!!

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    Posted: 11/21/2012 11:19:04 AM

    Most valuable/ Head Coach NFL and NCAAF IS Jim Mora JR!!

    Who may want him??

    1) Arkansas

    2) Philly

    3) Tennessee

    4)Dallas??

    5) Auburn

    What does he make now???

    As of 12/10/11 he signes a 5 year 12 million dollar, plus bonuses and perks ( whatever those are??)= about 2.5 Million a year???

    #2 Charlie Strong

    What Teams coaches are staying put!!

    1) Bama

    2) OU

    3) Texas

    4) OSU

    5) Florida

    6) FSU

    7**** Jesus ) Ohio ST!!!!!!!!!

    8) Baylor

    Who has ???? Due to HIGH EXPECTATION..NOT HIGH RESULTS!!

    1) USC

    2) Mich St

    3) Mich

    4) WV

    5) TCU

     

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    Posted: 11/21/2012 11:21:00 AM
    ?????? How much is Jim Mora Jr worth????...Where will he go??? Will he stay???
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    Posted: 11/25/2012 9:25:59 PM
    QUOTE Originally Posted by Capper007:

    NCAAF Teams maybe looking soon!!

    1) Arkansas - John L. Smith is Temporary head coach.

    2) Auburn- Gene Chizick is probably gone the day after Alabama shells them 56-0!!!

    3) Tennessee- Loss to Mizzou= Gone, Orange pants = Dooleys Gone!

    4) USC- Losing is not in USCs vocabulary...Lane Kiffin could lose to ND and Oregon again and be looking for another job!!!

    Who will be available??

    Wow wish i coulda bet on that Chizick fired today!!!!!!

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