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RE: Hot seats for upcoming season?
No chance of surviving to 2023:
Jake Spavital (Texas State)
Geoff Collins (Georgia Tech)

Looks bleak, but not hopeless:
Jeff Scott (South Florida)
Scott Frost (Nebraska)

Teetering on the edge.
Neal Brown (West Virginia)
Scott Satterfield (Louisville)
Dino Babers (Syracuse)
David Shaw (Stanford)

Going to survive 2022, but seat will be hot next season:
Steve Sarkisian (Texas)
Ken Niumatalolo (Navy)
Mike Norvell (Florida State)
Mike Bloomgren (Rice)
(This post was last modified: 06-26-2022 01:49 PM by EigenEagle.)
06-26-2022 01:47 PM
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RE: Hot seats for upcoming season?
(06-26-2022 12:26 PM)Love and Honor Wrote:  
(06-26-2022 11:12 AM)No Bull Wrote:  I love Scott Frost but he has really floundered at Nebraska. I think he has misgivings about taking the job. He should have listened to that little voice inside his head. He has to get them to a bowl this year and probably would win it to keep his job.

I can't blame Frost for leaving to Nebraska, it's a once in a lifetime chance to coach your childhood team/alma mater and if he succeeds in getting the Huskers back he'll be a legend in Lincoln. But the program and the people surrounding it have turned toxic, who knows how it gets fixed if Frost fails this season (and ultimately has failed in his tenure).

NU has a soft schedule to start the season, they should be 3-0 when they host OU and then have IU/Rutgers after that. If they can't get enough momentum then before they run into Minnesota/Michigan/Wisconsin/Iowa then Frost is toast.
Frost was surprisingly torn about leaving UCF. He had a special bond with his players. I wonder if he has heard some of the toxicity at Nebraska as well. Frankly Nebraska has been toxic since the forced Frank Solich out. It is a shame because Nebraska has some of the nicest most loyal fans you will ever meet.
06-26-2022 05:08 PM
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RE: Hot seats for upcoming season?
Is the problem in Lincoln they still think it’s the 90s?
06-26-2022 05:24 PM
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RE: Hot seats for upcoming season?
(06-26-2022 12:39 PM)BearcatJerry Wrote:  
(06-26-2022 08:52 AM)Ewglenn Wrote:  http://www.coacheshotseat.com/CoachesHotSeatRanking.htm

Can I just point out that chart still lists "Randy Edsall" as the Coach at Uconn and lists Uconn as being in the AAC...

And it also lists Sonny Dykes as the Coach at SMU.

So...unreliable?

...and East Carolina is still in C-USA!!!! They must be in some 'parallel dimension' division Jeep Judy cooked up, as we (UAB) haven't played them in YEARS... 03-phew
06-26-2022 10:07 PM
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RE: Hot seats for upcoming season?
(06-24-2022 06:58 AM)gdunn Wrote:  
(06-23-2022 04:28 PM)The Cutter of Bish Wrote:  
(06-22-2022 12:48 PM)Love and Honor Wrote:  James Franklin (Penn State) - Two straight meh seasons, mediocrity doesn't cut it in Happy Valley.

And yet, he keeps getting extensions and raises. Of course, that was under a different president-AD combo. And I think that’s deliberate, so the school can stay out of that “football culture” stigma to some extent. Keep a guy who can win and has enough talent that they’re always talked about, even if the final results fail to thrill.

Does that keep going for the guy, or is it time to stop that act. Let him walk if he tries to leverage his options again, just because he gets…wow, ten wins. Close but no cigar.
This last extension was brought on due to him hiring a new agent and rumors started about him bolting for USC.

And yes new President and AD are now installed. I think Franklin's days are numbered though.

he's not as safe he probably thinks... it could be that this year's AU-PSU game will be a 'loser leave town' for the HCs... 04-jawdrop
06-26-2022 10:09 PM
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