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College Football Coaching Changes
APPALACHIAN STATE
IN - Eli Drinkwitz
OUT - Scott Satterfield

AKRON
IN - Tom Arth
OUT - Terry Bowden

BOWLING GREEN
IN - Scott Loeffler
OUT - Mike Jinks

CENTRAL MICHIGAN
IN - Jim McElwain
OUT - John Bonamego

CHARLOTTE
IN - Will Healy
OUT - Brad Lambert

COLORADO
IN - Mel Tucker
OUT - Mike MacIntyre

ECU
IN - Mike Houston
OUT - Scottie Montgomery

GEORGIA TECH
IN - Geoff Collins
OUT - Paul Johnson

HOUSTON
IN - Dana Holgerson
OUT - Major Applewhite

KANSAS
IN - Les Miles
OUT - Dave Beatty

KANSAS STATE
IN - Chris Klieman
OUT - Bill Snyder

LIBERTY
IN - Hugh Freeze
OUT - Turner Gill

LOUISVILLE
IN - Scott Satterfield
OUT - Bobby Petrino

MARYLAND
IN - Mike Locksley
OUT - DJ Durkin

UMASS
IN - Walt Bell
OUT - Mark Whipple

MIAMI
IN - Manny Diaz
OUT - Mark Richt

NORTH CAROLINA
IN - Mack Brown
OUT - Larry Fedora

N. ILLINOIS
IN - Thomas Hammock
OUT - Rod Carey

OHIO STATE
IN - Ryan Day
OUT - Urban Meyer

TEMPLE
IN - Rod Carey
OUT - Manny Diaz
OUT - Geoff Collins

TEXAS STATE
IN - Jake Spavital
OUT - Everett Withers

TEXAS TECH
IN - Matt Wells
OUT - Kliff Kingsbury

TROY
IN - Chip Lindsey
OUT - Neal Brown

UTAH STATE
IN - Gary Anderson
OUT - Matt Wells

WEST VIEGINIA
IN - Neal Brown
OUT - Dana Holgerson

WESTERN KENTUCKY
IN - Tyson Helton
OUT - Mike Sanford
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12-05-2018 04:25 PM
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App State
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RE: College Football Coaching Changes
Here’s whose left so far.

App St.
Akron
Kansas St.
Temple
Utah St.
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12-08-2018 02:37 AM
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Kansas, Maryland, and North Carolina have been the biggest headscratchers for me. I think Les Miles just wants more money and won't be fully invested the way Kansas needs to turn that program around. I think the game passed him by.

Maryland hires a guy with a head coaching record of 3-31.

If UNC thinks Mack Brown is going to come in and compete for ACC championships, then they'll be disappointed. If they expect him to come in and get the team bowl eligible then they'll probably be happy. He's been out of the game for so long and it's been a long time since he's recruited on the east coast. UNC just doesn't look like they care about football but want to pretend that they do.
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All the new coaches have been named except Akron. I imagine that’s a tough sell.
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Some new twists.
12-31-2018 10:58 AM
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Is anyone else shocked that Holgerson left WVU for Houston?
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(01-02-2019 11:33 PM)army56mike Wrote:  Is anyone else shocked that Holgerson left WVU for Houston?

I'm very surprised. He basically demoted himself. Good for Houston but the optics are embarrassing to WVU and DH. I guess it's better to leave before getting fired and he has a big rebuilding year in 2019. I am very curious about who they will hire.
01-03-2019 06:32 AM
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Troy's HC is a name I've heard for the WVU job.

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Seems like it will either be Neal Brown (Troy HC) or Luke Fickell (Cincinnati HC). An oustide shot is the current WVU defensive coordinator.
01-03-2019 08:04 AM
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Like to see Neal Brown get the job. Good for a UMass guy and weaken, hopefully Troy. (-:
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Neal Brown new WVU coach.

That leaves Troy and Temple as the last two still searching
.......... for now.
01-05-2019 08:44 AM
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I like the hire for WVU even if I make fun of my coworker about it. "What can Brown do for you?" I'm surprised he wasn't hired in the first wave. He looks like he can rebuild a program and that's exactly what WVU will need after losing so many players after this season.
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Some real interesting names being thrown around for the Troy HC job.

Larry Fedora - former UNC HC
Butch Jones - Alabama Staff
Seth Littell - HC N. Texas
Matt Canada - Maryland OC
Todd Orlando - Texas DC
John Grass - Jax St. HC
Vic Koenning - Troy DC
Matt Moore - Troy OC
Gene Chizik - former Auburn HC, UNC DC
Dan Enos - Alabama Off. Coach, former CMU HC
John Schlarman - OL Coach at Kentucky
John Sumrall - LB Coach Ole’ Miss
Will Hall - Tulane OC
Tommy Tubberville - Aub & Cin former HC

Only name I am hearing for Temple is the N. Illinois HC.
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(01-08-2019 12:03 PM)army56mike Wrote:  Some real interesting names being thrown around for the Troy HC job.

Larry Fedora - former UNC HC
Butch Jones - Alabama Staff
Seth Littell - HC N. Texas
Matt Canada - Maryland OC
Todd Orlando - Texas DC
John Grass - Jax St. HC
Vic Koenning - Troy DC
Matt Moore - Troy OC
Gene Chizik - former Auburn HC, UNC DC
Dan Enos - Alabama Off. Coach, former CMU HC
John Schlarman - OL Coach at Kentucky
John Sumrall - LB Coach Ole’ Miss
Will Hall - Tulane OC
Tommy Tubberville - Aub & Cin former HC

Only name I am hearing for Temple is the N. Illinois HC.

I’d go with Matt Canada
01-08-2019 12:05 PM
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New Troy HC:
- Chip Lindsey - former Auburn OC

Couple more names thrown around for the final opening at Temple:
- Rod Carey- HC N. Illinois
- Joe Rudolph- OC Wisconsin
- Chris Creighton- HC E. Michigan

Is it just me, or is there a high turnover of coaches this year?
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(01-10-2019 03:00 AM)army56mike Wrote:  New Troy HC:
- Chip Lindsey - former Auburn OC

Couple more names thrown around for the final opening at Temple:
- Rod Carey- HC N. Illinois
- Joe Rudolph- OC Wisconsin
- Chris Creighton- HC E. Michigan

Is it just me, or is there a high turnover of coaches this year?

I feel like this is lower than normal.
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(01-10-2019 08:47 AM)Ewglenn Wrote:  
(01-10-2019 03:00 AM)army56mike Wrote:  New Troy HC:
- Chip Lindsey - former Auburn OC

Couple more names thrown around for the final opening at Temple:
- Rod Carey- HC N. Illinois
- Joe Rudolph- OC Wisconsin
- Chris Creighton- HC E. Michigan

Is it just me, or is there a high turnover of coaches this year?

I feel like this is lower than normal.

I don't know that I would say it feels lower but it definitely doesn't feel like more than usual. Maybe since the coaching changes have been more spread out through the off-season makes it feel like there was more if you look at just a numbers list but less from just a feeling perspective.

There haven't been any blue blood openings that created a trickle down effect either. Ohio State hired from within. Southern Cal didn't make a change and the only coach swept up to the NFL was already fired from Texas Tech (dumb Cardinals).
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Last year there was 20 FBS changes but that was a low years too. I don’t care to look any further to find the trends lol.
01-11-2019 11:40 AM
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COACHING CHANGES ANNUALLY
2018 - 26 (so far)
2017 - 20
2016 - 21
2015 - 28
2014 - 15
2013 - 20
2012 - 31
2011 - 28
2010 - 24
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