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It's that time of year. Turkey's are gettin' nervous. Some have already been chopped. Wither will the wind blow?

FYI, last year, 22 FBS jobs changed hands. This year, looks like 17 18 19 20 21 22 (same-as-it-ever-was) top-tier jobs changed, so far. One HC and lots of Coordinator and Position coaches left to go.

D-I FBS, FwcbS, and F0S teams:

Fired, School, Out, In

9/29/2019 Rutgers, Chris Ash, Greg Schiano(Dec 1) (it was a short head coaching stint, Nunzio Campanile*)
11/3/2019 Florida State, Willie Taggart, Mike Norvell(Dec 8)
11/10/2019 Arkansas, Chad Morris, Sam Pittman(Dec 9)
11/30/2019 UNLV, Tony Sanchez, Marcus Arroyo(Dec 11)
11/30/2019 New Mexico, Bob Davie, Danny Gonzales(Dec 18)
11/30/2019 Missouri, Barry Odom, Eli Drinkwitz(Dec 9)
12/1/2019 Old Missed, Matt Luke, Lane Kiffin(Dec 7)
12/1/2019 UTSA, Frank Wilson, Jeff Traylor(Dec 10)
12/1/2019 Boston College, Steve Addazio, Jeff Hafley(Dec 14)
12/1/2019 South Florida, Charlie Strong, Jeff Scott(Dec 9)
12/2/2019 Old Dominion, Bobby Wilder, Ricky Rahne(Dec 9)
12/2/2019 Washington, Chris Petersen, Jimmy Lake(Dec 2)
12/4/2019 Colorado State, Mike Bobo, Steve Addazio(Dec 11)
12/5/2019 Fresno State, Jeff Tedford, Kalen DeBoer(Dec 18)
12/7/2019 FAU, Lane Kiffin, Willie Taggart(Dec 11)
12/8/2019 Memphis, Mike Norvell, Ryan Silverfield(Dec 9)
12/9/2019 Appalachian State, Eli Drinkwitz, Shawn Clark(Dec 13)
1/3/2020 Mississippi State, Joe Moorhead, Mike Leach(Jan 9)
1/7/2020 Baylor, Matt Rhule, Dave Aranda(Jan 16)
1/8/2020 San Diego State, Rocky Long, Brady Hoke(Jan 8)
1/9/2020 Washington State, Mike Leach, Nick Rolovich(Jan 16)
1/16/2020 Hawaii, Nick Rolovich, Todd Graham(Jan 21)



Non-D-I, FCS and lower teams of note:
1/22/2019 Central Connecticut State University, Pete Rossomando, Ryan McCarthy(Oct 17)
11/7/2019 Lawrence, Rob McCarthy, Tony Aker(Dec 17)
11/12/2019 Coast Guard Academy, Bill George,
11/14/2019 Fort Valley State University, Kevin Porter, Maurice Flowers(Dec 23)
11/16/2019 Washington University in St. Louis, Larry Kindbom, Aaron Keen(Jan 6)
11/18/2019 Augsburg, Frank Haege, Derrin Lamker(Dec 20)
11/19/2019 DePauw, Bill Lynch, Brett Dietz(Jan 3)
11/19/2019 Juniata, Tim Launtz,
11/19/2019 Cornell, Vince Brautigam, Dan Pifer(Dec 30)
11/20/2019 Fairleigh-Dickinson-Florham, Brian Surace, Jimmy Robertson*
11/21/2019 Wayne State, Dan McLaughlin, John McMenamin(Dec 10)
11/21/2019 Franklin, Mike Leonard, Alan Hensell(Dec 23)
11/22/2019 Worcester State, Brien Cullen, Adam Peloquin*
11/24/2019 Northern Colorado, Ed McCaffrey(Dec 12)
11/25/2019 Lamar, Mike Schultz, Blane Morgan(Dec 12)
12/3/2019 Gettysburg, Kevin Burke, Mike Hoyt*
12/4/2019 SUNY-Cortland, Dan MacNeill, Greg Roskos*
12/5/2019 Howard, Ron Prince, Aaron Kelton*
12/9/2019 UW-La Crosse, Mike Schmidt, Matt Janus*
12/10/2019 Wheaton, Mike Swider, Jesse Scott*
12/12/2019 Texas Lutheran, Carl Gustafson, Ricky Matt(Dec 12)
1/9/2020 Missouri State, Dave Steckel, Bobby Petrino(Jan 16)
1/13/2020 Mount Union, Vince Kehres,
1/17/2020 OBERLIN, Jay Anderson,

*Interim
**after Bowl game
Add Arkansas too.
(11-18-2019 12:56 PM)Fort Bend Owl Wrote: [ -> ]Add Arkansas too.

Yup. Gonna be a busy year.
(11-24-2019 10:44 PM)GoodOwl Wrote: [ -> ]This is a head-scratcher:

Here’s Greg Schiano’s complete list of demands: $4M a year, a $25M guarantee and a private jet

The stuff like “unlimited use of a private jet,” “golf club membership,” etc sounds ridiculous but is the certainly standard amongst pretty much all of P5 (and G5, actually)... Even at poor ‘ole Rice, Bloomgren uses a private jet quite a bit when he goes recruiting. Hell, lots of schools have a helicopter they see use to land at games and attract attention (Kevin Sumlin is/was big on this).

The stuff about facility improvements and assistant pool raise mandates is necessary when you’re in the same division as OSU, UM, and PSU (not to mention MSU).
Another one bites the dust:

Tony Sanchez to coach final game at UNLV on Saturday

Quote:After UNLV finished 4-8 in 2018, athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois issued a statement that Sanchez would return in 2019 but that the school was looking forward to a season "including bowl eligibility."

Sanchez is 19-40 in five seasons with the Rebels, who are 3-8 this season. UNLV failed to make a bowl game during Sanchez's tenure and are 12-27 in Mountain West play during that time. Sanchez will coach in Saturday's finale at Nevada.

Before UNLV, Sanchez coached Las Vegas high school powerhouse Bishop Gorman. He had strong local connections and had been instrumental in fundraising efforts for the $34 million Fertitta Football Complex, which opened earlier this fall. "We have the best facilities in the Mountain West and rival some of the best in the country."
If Mississippi State defeats the University of Mississippi this week, I would expect that the Oxford school will be added to the list.
(11-25-2019 04:31 PM)GoodOwl Wrote: [ -> ]Another one bites the dust:

Tony Sanchez to coach final game at UNLV on Saturday

Quote:After UNLV finished 4-8 in 2018, athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois issued a statement that Sanchez would return in 2019 but that the school was looking forward to a season "including bowl eligibility."

Sanchez is 19-40 in five seasons with the Rebels, who are 3-8 this season. UNLV failed to make a bowl game during Sanchez's tenure and are 12-27 in Mountain West play during that time. Sanchez will coach in Saturday's finale at Nevada.

Before UNLV, Sanchez coached Las Vegas high school powerhouse Bishop Gorman. He had strong local connections and had been instrumental in fundraising efforts for the $34 million Fertitta Football Complex, which opened earlier this fall. "We have the best facilities in the Mountain West and rival some of the best in the country."

Beating San Jose State on Saturday couldn't save him.
(11-25-2019 04:43 PM)WRCisforgotten79 Wrote: [ -> ]If Mississippi State defeats the University of Mississippi this week, I would expect that the Oxford school will be added to the list.

Disagree - I think Matt Luke has a strong vote of confidence from Mississippi admin, even if they lose this week.
(11-25-2019 07:15 PM)westsidewolf1989 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-25-2019 04:43 PM)WRCisforgotten79 Wrote: [ -> ]If Mississippi State defeats the University of Mississippi this week, I would expect that the Oxford school will be added to the list.

Disagree - I think Matt Luke has a strong vote of confidence from Mississippi admin, even if they lose this week.

Yeah, in addition to being a football alum, he was a Sigma Nu there which means he’s plugged into the old money/donor crowd.

Would be very, very surprised if he doesn’t get a 3rd full season.
(11-25-2019 07:43 PM)ExcitedOwl18 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-25-2019 07:15 PM)westsidewolf1989 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-25-2019 04:43 PM)WRCisforgotten79 Wrote: [ -> ]If Mississippi State defeats the University of Mississippi this week, I would expect that the Oxford school will be added to the list.
Disagree - I think Matt Luke has a strong vote of confidence from Mississippi admin, even if they lose this week.
Yeah, in addition to being a football alum, he was a Sigma Nu there which means he’s plugged into the old money/donor crowd.
Would be very, very surprised if he doesn’t get a 3rd full season.

At the end of this year, he will actually have had 3 full seasons, although the first was as an interim coach after taking over from Hugh Freeze in midsummer.
(11-25-2019 07:56 PM)Owl 69/70/75 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-25-2019 07:43 PM)ExcitedOwl18 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-25-2019 07:15 PM)westsidewolf1989 Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-25-2019 04:43 PM)WRCisforgotten79 Wrote: [ -> ]If Mississippi State defeats the University of Mississippi this week, I would expect that the Oxford school will be added to the list.
Disagree - I think Matt Luke has a strong vote of confidence from Mississippi admin, even if they lose this week.
Yeah, in addition to being a football alum, he was a Sigma Nu there which means he’s plugged into the old money/donor crowd.
Would be very, very surprised if he doesn’t get a 3rd full season.

At the end of this year, he will actually have had 3 full seasons, although the first was as an interim coach after taking over from Hugh Freeze in midsummer.

Reality is, in modern-day CFB, it can’t be considered a full year without having a signing day associated with it.
Bob Davie not returning at New Mexico
Next year’s fourth opponent of the season, Lamar, fires its coach, Mike Schultz, after compiling a 13-22 record in three seasons.
Matt Luke is coming back.
(11-25-2019 04:49 PM)Almadenmike Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-25-2019 04:31 PM)GoodOwl Wrote: [ -> ]Another one bites the dust:

Tony Sanchez to coach final game at UNLV on Saturday

Quote:After UNLV finished 4-8 in 2018, athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois issued a statement that Sanchez would return in 2019 but that the school was looking forward to a season "including bowl eligibility."

Sanchez is 19-40 in five seasons with the Rebels, who are 3-8 this season. UNLV failed to make a bowl game during Sanchez's tenure and are 12-27 in Mountain West play during that time. Sanchez will coach in Saturday's finale at Nevada.

Before UNLV, Sanchez coached Las Vegas high school powerhouse Bishop Gorman. He had strong local connections and had been instrumental in fundraising efforts for the $34 million Fertitta Football Complex, which opened earlier this fall. "We have the best facilities in the Mountain West and rival some of the best in the country."

Beating San Jose State on Saturday couldn't save him.

Are they better than UTEP? UNT? Middle-central-by-the-roadside Tennessee? Asking for a friend.

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Album: Tattoo You
Song: "Waiting On A Friend"
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(11-25-2019 10:19 PM)graceful Wrote: [ -> ]Bob Davie not returning at New Mexico

Yup. Thanks. All the great power programs gonna go for a ride.

New Mexico to part ways with coach Bob Davie after eight seasons leading Lobos program

He had some health issues earlier this season.

Quote:New Mexico announced Monday that the school and coach Bob Davie have mutually agreed that Saturday's home game vs. Utah State will be Davie's final game with the program. The Lobos are 2-9 this season and 0-7 in the Mountain West Conference.

Davie has a career record of 35-63 in eight seasons with the program. He led the Lobos to a 7-6 record and appearance in the New Mexico Bowl in 2014, and followed it up with a 9-4 campaign and a win in the New Mexico Bowl the following season. His 35 wins are the third-most by a coach in program history (OUCH!)

The New Mexico job was Davie's second head coaching job in college. He went 35-25 in five seasons at the head coach at Notre Dame from 1997-2001.
I don't know....it's Tejas, but it's not Div I. I'm not sure how bogged down I want this to get, but I'll go ahead and list it if you'll help me keep up with it.

Lamar University head football coach out following 4-8 season:
Mike Schultz


Quote:Schultz served as the head of Lamar's football program for three seasons, compiling an overall record of (13-22).

The move comes after a (4-8) season that included a last place finish in conference. The Cardinals ended Southland play with an (2-7) record, dropping their final five games.

Schultz was given an extension until 2021 by Athletic Director Marco Born and the university following the 2018 season. The extension included another one year option following 2021.
(So much for that...at least they're willing to pay the money to cut bait. That's proactive)
(11-26-2019 12:13 PM)GoodOwl Wrote: [ -> ]I don't know....it's Tejas, but it's not Div I.

Lamar is D1.

FCS, not FBS.
(11-26-2019 12:35 PM)InterestedX Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-26-2019 12:13 PM)GoodOwl Wrote: [ -> ]I don't know....it's Tejas, but it's not Div I.

Lamar is D1.

FCS, not FBS.

If I recall that used to be called Div I(a)? I guess I meant top-tier, but we're not even that with the P5-G5 nonsense. So, technically correct, D-I FCS, while we are hanging on to FBS without the B for the time being, which would make Rice D-I, F0S. Like to see us at least move up to D-I, FwcbS next season.
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