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Topic: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-20 12:28:15 and read 3979 times.

It's that time of year again, Rivalry Week! Also, it marks the "races" on who stays and who gets fired.

Looks like California didn't waste any time getting rid of Jeff Tedford after its rival game, finishing with a 3-9 record.

http://www.sfgate.com/collegesports/...Cal-fires-Jeff-Tedford-4053938.php

Who else could be gone or is in the hottest seat?

[Edited 2012-11-20 12:29:02]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-20 12:53:21 and read 3980 times.

Tennessee also fired Derek Dooley. Even though Southern Cal has said otherwise, I'd be shocked if Kiffin isn't on the hot seat or finds himself on it soon. Otherwise I see John L. Smith at Arkansas as likely being done.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-20 12:58:51 and read 3979 times.

So far, that makes....

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: EA CO AS
Posted 2012-11-20 13:09:41 and read 3980 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 1):
I'd be shocked if Kiffin isn't on the hot seat or finds himself on it soon.

USC has already stated he'll be back.

Why though, I have no idea...   

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-20 13:20:44 and read 3980 times.

Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 3):

USC has already stated he'll be back.

Hence my comment that Southern Cal has said otherwise to his being on the hot seat. I still think given what that program "means" in terms of its fanbase, boosters, and name in college football, that the Kiffin era won't last long. The man is a joke and it's a wonder he ever left Knoxville, TN alive. Maybe one day he'll be able to pump Alshon Jeffrey's gas!

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: GSPflyer
Posted 2012-11-20 15:32:20 and read 3980 times.

Safe to say John Smith (Arkansas), Gene Chizik (Auburn), and Joker Phillips (Kentucky) will all be looking for new careers.

I think it was a mistake for Tennessee to fire Dooley. I know a 4-7 record sucks (with no wins in the SEC) but the problem isn't the entire team, it's the defense. They score 36 average points per game, so they have one of the best offenses in the SEC. The problem is that they allow 37 PPG. If their defense steps up and allows 10 less points each game, they would've beat #5 Georgia, #13 South Carolina, and Missouri, giving them a 7-4 record, and guaranteeing a bowl bid. I say fire the hell out of the Defensive coordinator and give Dooley another year to rebuild the program.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: usflyer msp
Posted 2012-11-20 16:07:20 and read 3966 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 1):
Even though Southern Cal has said otherwise, I'd be shocked if Kiffin isn't on the hot seat or finds himself on it soon.

I have never understood the attraction of this Lane Kiffin guy. I don't know why Tennessee or USC hired him. His biggest accomplishment is being Monte Kiffin's son and plus he is an A-grade douchebag to boot. His firing would make my day.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: srbmod
Posted 2012-11-20 16:24:13 and read 3962 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 1):
Tennessee also fired Derek Dooley.

He's definitely not his daddy...... I honestly would not be surprised if his name is mentioned for the Georgia State job (Bill Curry is retiring after being with the program since 2008 and this was their third season of football.).

Gene Chizik is probably going as well, as Auburn is 3-8 and goes into the Iron Bowl 0-7 in the SEC and look to finish the season 0-8 in the SEC. Even if they beat Alabama , a 4-8 (1-7 SEC) record is not a job saver, especially for a program that won a National Championship two seasons ago.

[Edited 2012-11-20 16:26:30]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: rfields5421
Posted 2012-11-20 18:19:40 and read 3933 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 1):
Otherwise I see John L. Smith at Arkansas as likely being done.
Quoting GSPflyer (Reply 5):
Safe to say John Smith (Arkansas),

Smith's contract was only for the 2012 season - so he was gone unless he won the BCS Championship.

Having Wilson injured certainly didn't help his long term prospects.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: EA CO AS
Posted 2012-11-21 03:11:30 and read 3896 times.

Quoting usflyer msp (Reply 6):
I have never understood the attraction of this Lane Kiffin guy.

That's easy; he's an asshole. People for some reason think assholes have an "edge" and more often than not they're all style, no substance. (Buddy Ryan, for example...)

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-21 04:22:05 and read 3891 times.

Quoting rfields5421 (Reply 8):

Smith's contract was only for the 2012 season - so he was gone unless he won the BCS Championship.

Still, I think the intention may have been for Smith to have been in the running for the job full time - when he was introduced, he was introduced as "head coach" rather than interim head coach. Beyond that, the idea of having a one-season only appointment is just unthinkable when you take into account the recruiting process. Plus if you're Smith, why give up the Weber State job, even if it's an FCS job, for a 10-month appointment? I think even a middling season from Smith (ie bowl eligibility or one game under eligibility) probably would see him return.

Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 9):

That's easy; he's an asshole. People for some reason think assholes have an "edge" and more often than not they're all style, no substance. (Buddy Ryan, for example...)

Absolutely. Look at my Alshon Jeffrey reference. It stems from a comment he made after Jeffrey decommitted from Southern Cal. When it looked increasingly like he was going to choose South Carolina over Tennessee, Kiffin called Jeffrey to make a late pitch. His pitch? If Jeffrey became a Gamecock he'd wind up pumping gas for the rest of his life "like all the other players from South Carolina." Never mind that quite a few Gamecocks are in the NFL. Needless to say Jeffrey chose South Carolina and went in the 2nd round of the 2012 draft to Da Bears.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-11-21 05:18:52 and read 3888 times.

Jon Embree @ Colorado might be on this list even though he's only in his first year. I think soon to be 1-11 is unacceptable.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: rfields5421
Posted 2012-11-21 05:19:03 and read 3888 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 10):
I think the intention may have been for Smith to have been in the running for the job full time

It might have been a possibility.

The reason for Smith to take a one year job was money. A lot of money. Also Sears is listed as an Interim Head Coach on the Weber web site. Smith might have the job locked up after his year at Arkansas. I would not be surprised to see him go back there.

Also, Arkansas wanted someone else, a 'big name', which wasn't available. They've been quietly feeling out several people this year.

I would not be greatly shocked if a contrite and reformed Petrino returns after the first of the year. Despite the scandel, he is still very popular with big time boosters and the public in Arkansas.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-21 10:31:35 and read 3869 times.

Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 9):
That's easy; he's an asshole. People for some reason think assholes have an "edge" and more often than not they're all style, no substance. (Buddy Ryan, for example...)

I think we can include Mike Leach to that as well.

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 11):
Jon Embree @ Colorado might be on this list even though he's only in his first year.

Embree is in his second year at Colorado.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-21 10:42:33 and read 3865 times.

Quoting rfields5421 (Reply 12):
They've been quietly feeling out several people this year.

Who've they been feeling out?

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-11-22 13:53:14 and read 3813 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 13):
Embree is in his second year at Colorado.

My bad. Time flies when you're in misery. Then he probably needs to go to after he goes 4-21. With really no 4* recruits in the pipeline.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-23 05:25:53 and read 3766 times.

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 15):

He's been playing freshmen at almost every single position, and is limited with the injuries CU has. So, that's not entirely his fault. You have to work with what you have, and Embree is doing exactly that.

Embree has a year or two left in his contract. Colorado's AD has said in yesterday's Denver Post that Embree is here to stay.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: Alias1024
Posted 2012-11-23 11:30:12 and read 3751 times.

Idaho fired Rob Akey a couple weeks ago and is using the offensive coordinator to finish the season. Probably the least attractive job in all of FBS but it is still there for anyone that feels like an extreme challenge. I'd imagine they are pushing hard to lure Dennis Erickson out of his retirement to take over, but trading in a live of leasure in Coeur d'Alene for the trainwreck that is the Vandals of Moscow is a tough sell.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-23 12:35:16 and read 3744 times.

So again, updating the list, that makes these HC's gone......

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-11-23 14:17:38 and read 3736 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 16):
He's been playing freshmen at almost every single position, and is limited with the injuries CU has. So, that's not entirely his fault. You have to work with what you have, and Embree is doing exactly that.

Yeah, I know all this but it still hurts. Especially when you call a QB sneak on 1st and 10 when you thought it was 3rd and 1. My only hope is that Bill McCartney went 1-10 his 3rd season and Embree got his out of the way earlier. They might have a shot beating Utah after playing 4 ranked teams in a row.   

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: fxramper
Posted 2012-11-23 14:37:56 and read 3733 times.

Just because I can, paid tuition as a grad student for 3 years, I think Mack Brown at UT should be done. He won back in 2005 because of VY, but since then it's just been an average team with no big recruits or wins. Texas screwed up when they let Muschamp leave for Florida.   

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: rfields5421
Posted 2012-11-24 17:31:57 and read 3699 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 14):
Who've they been feeling out?

Smith is officially going

http://www.arkansasrazorbacks.com/Vi...ml?DB_OEM_ID=6100&ATCLID=205763060

I don't have any specific names on the possible new coach, but Arkansas is prepared to offer a lot of money to the right coach to get him to come to Fayetteville.

IMHO, being a native of Arkansas and having attend the University in Fayetteville back a long time ago, Arkansas main problem is that the state has a relatively small population and doesn't have the type of high school football programs that 'grow' championship college teams.

They have a good reputation in the state, and surrounding states - but the top prospects go elsewhere.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-24 17:35:58 and read 3697 times.

So again, updating the list, that makes these HC's gone......

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: DiamondFlyer
Posted 2012-11-24 19:18:39 and read 3691 times.

Charlie Weis at Kansas should be on the hot seat, but given how poorly the coaches there have done since the Orange Bowl win, they'll keep him around. Hard to recruit when you are the conference punching bag.

-DiamondFlyer

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: srbmod
Posted 2012-11-24 19:31:46 and read 3689 times.

Quoting rfields5421 (Reply 21):
They have a good reputation in the state, and surrounding states - but the top prospects go elsewhere.

Being so close to SEC and Big 12 powerhouses definitely hurts recruiting for Arkansas. With Mizzou now in the SEC, that's another state SEC teams will start recruiting in a lot more and try to poach recruits that may have gone to Mizzou or Arkansas (Heck, Florida, Auburn, Bama, Carolina and Tennessee have been doing it in Georgia for years.....). The stink of Petrino is still pretty strong in Fayetteville......


Quoting GSPflyer (Reply 5):
Joker Phillips (Kentucky)

He was "fired" back on November 4th when it was announced he would not be retained after this season.

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-...ach-kentucky-200234251--ncaaf.html

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: Alias1024
Posted 2012-11-24 20:06:24 and read 3706 times.

Another coach that may be on the hot seat is Bobby Hauck at UNLV. Even if they win tonight (late game against a poor Hawaii team) they finish at 3-10 in his third season in charge. With UNLV looking to move forward on their 50,000 seat retractable roof proposed stadium, they might want to go get a splashy name to show they are going to be committed to football and encourage donations to help the project. Or they might just think that a double digit loss total is unaccepable after three years.

Quoting DiamondFlyer (Reply 23):
Charlie Weis at Kansas should be on the hot seat, but given how poorly the coaches there have done since the Orange Bowl win, they'll keep him around. Hard to recruit when you are the conference punching bag.

Isn't this his first season at Kansas? I'd give him some time to at least have mostly his recruits around and see if things improve as the system gets more established.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: DiamondFlyer
Posted 2012-11-25 10:13:52 and read 3680 times.

Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 25):
Isn't this his first season at Kansas? I'd give him some time to at least have mostly his recruits around and see if things improve as the system gets more established.

1 win (against a MVC team) is unacceptable, regardless of who the players were recruited by. He'll get one more year, but he better turn it around ASAP.

-DiamondFlyer

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: kstateinALB
Posted 2012-11-25 13:16:26 and read 3671 times.

Tom O' Brien at NC State, and Gene Chizik of Auburn were fired this afternoon. More surprised about NC State, since they had a decent year overall, albeit struggled in the ACC except for their win against Florida State.

People have been talking about Danny Hope at Purdue being let go, even though they are bowl eligible.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-25 13:30:43 and read 3673 times.

New update, HC's gone......

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: Alias1024
Posted 2012-11-25 15:04:01 and read 3653 times.

Mike Price retiring at UTEP. Danny Hope fired at Purdue according to ESPN

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-25 15:50:52 and read 3645 times.

Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 29):
Mike Price retiring at UTEP.

I don't think this qualifies for the list, but it will be a coaching change.

Again, New update, HC's gone......

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue

Retires:

Price - UTEP

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-25 17:27:21 and read 3626 times.

Jon Embree is out at Colorado

http://www.buffzone.com/football/ci_.../football-cu-buffs-fire-jon-embree

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: iFlyLOTs
Posted 2012-11-25 17:28:46 and read 3624 times.

Does anyone know if any NFL teams have been talking to Chip Kelly? I know there's been rumor that he would leave but I was wondering if anyone else had heard anything.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-25 19:15:23 and read 3615 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 31):
Jon Embree is out at Colorado

Oh, Wow! That's surprising! Their AD said last week that Embree is here to stay. Damn!

New list:

HC's terminated:

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado

Retires:

Price - UTEP

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: vikkyvik
Posted 2012-11-26 07:39:22 and read 3575 times.

Quoting usflyer msp (Reply 6):
His firing would make my day.

After seeing those last 7 offensive plays against Notre Dame, I really hope I don't have to see him again.   

Quoting EA CO AS (Reply 9):
That's easy; he's an asshole. People for some reason think assholes have an "edge" and more often than not they're all style, no substance. (Buddy Ryan, for example...)

I actually never got the impression that Kiffin was an asshole. To me, he's just pretty bland. Though that might be the play-calling....

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-26 09:55:57 and read 3549 times.

Quoting vikkyvik (Reply 34):
Though that might be the play-calling....

It's the play calling. Let's take a look at Lane's asshole moments since he became a HC:

-Accused Urban Meyer of recruiting violations in calling Nu'Keese Richardson while Richardson was on a visit to Tennessee. In doing so he violated an SEC rule against mentioning recruits by name and, oh yeah, what Meyer was doing wasn't a recruiting violation at all. Got publicly reprimanded by Mike Slive for the comment and had to make a public apology. Never mind the recruiting violations Tennessee incurred during the time for its mock press conference http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/footbal...adds-one-more-rea?urn=ncaaf,140108

-The aforementioned Alshon Jeffrey "pumping gas" comment

-Departure from Tennessee *during* the recruiting season

-Rumblings around the Internet that Tennessee recruits felt like the recruiting process was a joke with coaches tearing off shirts WWE style to impress upon recruits how INTENSE and CRUNK they were at Tennessee http://www.faniq.com/blog/Video-Lane...s-Recruits-At-Tennessee-Blog-20005

-"Numbersgate" at SoCal

-This awesome press conference - http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=cX844T-EYUw - which initially led to the reporter being banned from practices and a game.

I'd personally like to buy Lane Kiffin for what he's worth and sell him for what he thinks he's worth.

Also, Frank Spaziani is out at BC

http://espn.go.com/boston/ncf/story/...ton-college-eagles-coach-4-seasons

[Edited 2012-11-26 10:44:41]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-26 10:01:55 and read 3547 times.

Updated list of HC's getting the axe:

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado
Spaziani - Boston College

HC Retires:

Price - UTEP

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: vikkyvik
Posted 2012-11-26 10:29:33 and read 3538 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 35):

It's the play calling. Let's take a look at Lane's asshole moments since he became a HC:

Fair enough. I honestly don't pay a whole lot of attention to off-the-field news. Just don't have the patience for it.

Either way, the bland play-calling drives me insane. Especially following the Pete Carroll era.

Funny thing is, our defense (which has been god-awful) actually did pretty darn well against Notre Dame. I'm quite happy with holding them to 1 touchdown and 1 field goal in the first quarter, and then 4 field goals for the remainder of the game. But I really don't know what they were trying to do with our offense. I mean, I know Wittek has a good arm, but jesus, enough with the long throws! Of course, not having Barkley didn't exactly help...

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: ATCtower
Posted 2012-11-26 10:39:54 and read 3537 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 33):
Oh, Wow! That's surprising! Their AD said last week that Embree is here to stay. Damn!

Ha, more hot air there than a balloon festival. It was only a matter of time before he got the axe. Not only does the team have no talent, no leadership, no respectable place in the PAC12, now they have no crappy coach.

My real question with CU is why in the hell they would think it was worth obscene humiliation week after week and make the move to the PAC12? Surely they didnt really think they would stand a chance, is the $$ really good enough to put up with it?

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-26 10:45:42 and read 3533 times.

Quoting ATCtower (Reply 38):

My real question with CU is why in the hell they would think it was worth obscene humiliation week after week and make the move to the PAC12? Surely they didnt really think they would stand a chance, is the $$ really good enough to put up with it?

Call us after a few seasons in the Big 10 and we'll let you know.

Signed,

Maryland Football

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-26 10:46:02 and read 3535 times.

Quoting ATCtower (Reply 38):
My real question with CU is why in the hell they would think it was worth obscene humiliation week after week and make the move to the PAC12? Surely they didnt really think they would stand a chance, is the $$ really good enough to put up with it?

I agree. When the Pac-12 announced that Colorado would be joining, I was very skeptical of the pick. I did not think Colorado would do well. Even though its only been two years, I was right. The pick was not very well thought thoroughly and they (Pac-12) could have went with someone else.

The only good thing Colorado has brought to the conference was the Men's Basketball Champions, last year.

It puzzles my as to why Colorado does not have a baseball team......

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: ATCtower
Posted 2012-11-26 11:05:28 and read 3527 times.

I dont care if you put Don Shula, Vince Lombardi, and Bear Bryant on the coaching squad, CU would still SUCK!

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 39):
Call us after a few seasons in the Big 10 and we'll let you know.


Haha, no doubt! Sorry, I definitely didnt see that one coming and we may have a new laughing stock of football in Maryland.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 40):
It puzzles my as to why Colorado does not have a baseball team.....

I have always wondered this, especially given the HUGE amount of baseball talent at Colorado high schools!

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: kbjcpilot
Posted 2012-11-26 11:49:58 and read 3511 times.

CU's problem is that the school does not allow junior college transfers. All of their players are signed as HS seniors and must attend CU as freshmen. CU wants to keep their academic/admission standards higher than everyone else (it's their own pereception) and lock out athletes as a result. Until CU changes their admissions policy and allows JC transfers or kids that may test lower on their ACT/SAT scores CU will be the laughingstock of the PAC12. I work in Boulder and have never attended a CU football game and probably never will unless they decide that they need a better product on the field.

What would really help is if they fired Mike Bohn, their Athletic Director, and hired someone who knew how to manage a major college athletic program.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: Alias1024
Posted 2012-11-26 15:28:03 and read 3485 times.

Quoting kbjcpilot (Reply 42):

CU's problem is that the school does not allow junior college transfers. All of their players are signed as HS seniors and must attend CU as freshmen. CU wants to keep their academic/admission standards higher than everyone else (it's their own pereception) and lock out athletes as a result. Until CU changes their admissions policy and allows JC transfers or kids that may test lower on their ACT/SAT scores CU will be the laughingstock of the PAC12.

Stanford seems to be doing just fine with their high academic standards. Their athletic department top to bottom is almost certainly the best in the nation.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 40):
The pick was not very well thought thoroughly and they (Pac-12) could have went with someone else.

It was certainly well thought out, looking at the long term and not just the short term in one sport. The large media market added money for all conference members, the school fits culturally and academically with many members of the conference, and CU has a large alumni base on the west coast. The Pac-12 is a much better fit for the school than the Big 12.

Quoting ATCtower (Reply 38):
My real question with CU is why in the hell they would think it was worth obscene humiliation week after week and make the move to the PAC12? Surely they didnt really think they would stand a chance, is the $$ really good enough to put up with it?

They'd have been right there with Kansas as Big 12 punching bag this year. The move was never about raising the level of competition for football, as CU was already playing a tough conference schedule. It was about money, conference stability (the PAC was trying to rip the guts out of the Big 12 at the time), and academic association with the top schools on the west coast.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-26 15:40:29 and read 3481 times.

Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 43):
The Pac-12 is a much better fit for the school than the Big 12.

Lets agree to disagree.

But then again, we are getting off topic here. Lets stick to the topic at hand, and that's Head Coaching Terminations.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: ATCtower
Posted 2012-11-26 16:16:59 and read 3477 times.

Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 43):
It was certainly well thought out, looking at the long term and not just the short term in one sport. The large media market added money for all conference members, the school fits culturally and academically with many members of the conference, and CU has a large alumni base on the west coast. The Pac-12 is a much better fit for the school than the Big 12.

Sorry, I have to disagree with you on this one but thats the beauty of discussion  
Quoting kbjcpilot (Reply 42):
CU's problem is that the school does not allow junior college transfers. All of their players are signed as HS seniors and must attend CU as freshmen. CU wants to keep their academic/admission standards higher than everyone else (it's their own pereception) and lock out athletes as a result. Until CU changes their admissions policy and allows JC transfers or kids that may test lower on their ACT/SAT scores CU will be the laughingstock of the PAC12. I work in Boulder and have never attended a CU football game and probably never will unless they decide that they need a better product on the field.

What would really help is if they fired Mike Bohn, their Athletic Director, and hired someone who knew how to manage a major college athletic program.

While I agree CU has issues with their policies (when it comes to building a good football team), many other teams hold similar or even more stringent standards for their players (as mentioned, Stanford), while still not being the laughing stock of college football. Mike Bohn couldnt put the best coach in football in charge and expect anything different. The program really does suck.

Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 43):
They'd have been right there with Kansas as Big 12 punching bag this year. The move was never about raising the level of competition for football, as CU was already playing a tough conference schedule. It was about money, conference stability (the PAC was trying to rip the guts out of the Big 12 at the time), and academic association with the top schools on the west coast.

Funny you mention that because I have said all year Weis is likely to get the axe after this season no matter what. Kansas has WAY too much potential to keep someone like him in.

My $.02

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-26 16:32:39 and read 3474 times.

Hey, guys.... May I make a suggestion? If you want to keep discussing who should be in what conference, please do do in another thread or here: Maryland Leaving The ACC (by garnetpalmetto Nov 19 2012 in Non Aviation)

I didn't start ths thread for conference realignments.....

Thanks.

[Edited 2012-11-26 16:33:41]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: GuitrThree
Posted 2012-11-26 16:39:23 and read 3473 times.

NOT CONFIRMED but one of the local Nashville radio stations has been saying that Gruden has been replaced by Trent Dilfer in the booth for at least tonights MNF game. Again, unconfirmed, but why the last minute change?

He's been rumored for The University of Tennessee and both the Eagles and Panthers coaches (tonight's match-up). Stirring the pot? Yes, I am! But an interesting night no less..

Oh, yea, plus this. Dr. Jerry "Punch" from ESPN's Nascar coverage says he has the scoop on Gruden.

And UT's AD Dave Hart has his candidate locked.

Could be interesting 24-48 hours...

[Edited 2012-11-26 16:40:04]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: BMI727
Posted 2012-11-26 17:11:07 and read 3454 times.

Quoting ATCtower (Reply 41):
Haha, no doubt! Sorry, I definitely didnt see that one coming and we may have a new laughing stock of football in Maryland.

If it makes you feel better, Maryland in the Big Ten cannot possibly be worse than Missouri in the SEC.

Quoting GuitrThree (Reply 47):
NOT CONFIRMED but one of the local Nashville radio stations has been saying that Gruden has been replaced by Trent Dilfer in the booth for at least tonights MNF game.

That's a great idea whether Gruden is going somewhere or not. I might not have the game on mute tonight.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: Alias1024
Posted 2012-11-26 17:11:37 and read 3454 times.

The first year coach I most expected to see fired is Ellis Johnson at Southern Miss. He took over a program with sixteen straight winning seasons and went 0-12. Yikes!

I suppose it could still happen in the next few days.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: BMI727
Posted 2012-11-26 17:38:30 and read 3450 times.

Quoting BMI727 (Reply 48):
That's a great idea whether Gruden is going somewhere or not.

Gruden is on, so the sound is off.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: kstateinALB
Posted 2012-11-26 18:23:57 and read 3438 times.

Quoting ATCtower (Reply 45):
Funny you mention that because I have said all year Weis is likely to get the axe after this season no matter what. Kansas has WAY too much potential to keep someone like him in.

There's no way they let Weis go. They are already paying off one coach, and to be honest, Weis has seen SOME improvement in his players compared to what they did last year. Heaps will be a better quarterback than Crist for next year, and Sims is going to be one of the top rushers in the Big XII. Defensively is where they'll need a good offseason.

If he struggles next year, he may be done. I think you at least have to give him some time, though.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: EA CO AS
Posted 2012-11-26 18:31:35 and read 3441 times.

Quoting vikkyvik (Reply 37):
Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 35):
It's the play calling. Let's take a look at Lane's asshole moments since he became a HC:

Fair enough. I honestly don't pay a whole lot of attention to off-the-field news. Just don't have the patience for it.

For me, the final straw was the preseason coaches poll; USC got one Number 1 vote and Kiffin loudly denied that he'd done it. But he forgot that these votes aren't anonymous, and the next day he looked really foolish when it was revealed that he was the one who gave the Trojans their lone Number 1 vote.

Never lie to the media if you can't guarantee you'll get away with it; you'll be publicly revealed to be an asshole forever.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-11-27 06:00:16 and read 3402 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 40):
It puzzles my as to why Colorado does not have a baseball team......

They dropped it 1980 along with 6 other sports due to budget cuts .

Quoting kbjcpilot (Reply 42):
CU's problem is that the school does not allow junior college transfers. All of their players are signed as HS seniors and must attend CU as freshmen.

This simply is not true. I know many JUCO transfers who played @ CU. You must be confused with Notre Dame.

Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 43):
and CU has a large alumni base on the west coast.

Why do you think it's nicknamed the University of California at Boulder?

BTW, I think Western Michigan fired its coach too. I forgot his name.

[Edited 2012-11-27 06:31:04]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-27 06:44:40 and read 3399 times.

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 53):

BTW, I think Western Michigan fired its coach too. I forgot his name.

Bill Cubit

http://espn.go.com/college-football/...red-coach-western-michigan-broncos

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-27 10:21:05 and read 3384 times.

Here is now the updated list of HC's getting the axe:

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado
Spaziani - Boston College
Cubit - Western Michigan

HC Retires:

Price - UTEP

If you guys know anyone else who is retiring officially, please cite that. I figured that there were going to be more termination/retires than the list we have now.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-27 11:59:06 and read 3363 times.

Ellis Johnson has been fired by Southern Miss

http://blog.gulflive.com/mississippi...ellis_johnson_fired_after_one.html

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-27 12:04:00 and read 3365 times.

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado
Spaziani - Boston College
Cubit - Western Michigan
Johnson - Southern Mississippi

HC Retires:

Price - UTEP

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-11-27 12:10:37 and read 3362 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 56):
Ellis Johnson has been fired by Southern Miss

I hear USM alum Brett Favre is looking for work.  

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-27 12:34:13 and read 3359 times.

As an aside with Phillips and Johnson both gone, that's two former members of Lou Holtz's staff at South Carolina who're on the unemployment line. If rumors are true that Skip Holtz is out at South Florida...looks like the only member of those staffs who's really gone on to bigger and better things is Charlie Strong.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-11-27 13:43:35 and read 3353 times.

On the flip side of things - Mark Stoops, Bob Stoops' younger brother, has been named as Kentucky's next HC.

http://espn.go.com/college-football/...hired-head-coach-kentucky-wildcats

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-27 14:17:27 and read 3347 times.

Terminated HC's:

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado
Spaziani - Boston College
Cubit - Western Michigan
Johnson - Southern Mississippi

HC Retires:

Price - UTEP

New HC's, replacing the Terminated/Retired ones:

Mark Stoops - Kentucky

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-28 15:50:54 and read 3245 times.

Oh, Wow! Thought you guys would love to see this. A quite a few folks around the Denver Metro area are not very happy with the termination of Colorado HC Jon Embree......

http://blogs.denverpost.com/broncos/...=1354146394.5134949684143066406250

http://www.denverpost.com/cu/ci_2207...y-blast-colorado-firing-jon-embree

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-12-02 14:07:54 and read 3109 times.

South Florida sends Skip Holtz packing - http://espn.go.com/college-football/...a-bulls-fire-skip-holtz-third-year

NIU's Dave Doeren comes to Raleigh to replace TOB http://www.newsobserver.com/2012/12/...-lands-doeren-as-new-football.html

And lastly, Petrino to Idaho. Paul Petrino that is http://espn.go.com/college-football/...ed-idaho-vandals-coach-sources-say

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: srbmod
Posted 2012-12-02 14:26:58 and read 3103 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 61):
HC Retires:

Price - UTEP

Bill Curry - Georgia State

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 61):
New HC's, replacing the Terminated/Retired ones:

Mark Stoops - Kentucky

Trent Miles - Georgia State

Georgia State moves to the Sun Belt Conference and the FBS next season, so while the crux of the discussion is regarding FBS schools, Georgia State's moves are worth mentioning since they will be an FBS school next season. .

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-12-03 10:30:58 and read 3043 times.

Terminated HC's:

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado
Spaziani - Boston College
Cubit - Western Michigan
Johnson - Southern Mississippi
Holtz - South Florida

HC Retires:

Price - UTEP
Curry - Georgia State

New HC's, replacing the Terminated/Retired ones:

Mark Stoops - Kentucky
Doeren - NC State
Miles - Georgia State
Petrino - Idaho

Quoting srbmod (Reply 64):
Georgia State moves to the Sun Belt Conference and the FBS next season, so while the crux of the discussion is regarding FBS schools, Georgia State's moves are worth mentioning since they will be an FBS school next season.

Fair enough, it belongs to this thread. Thanks for that info, SRBMod, I did not know Georgia State made the move. I have added that accordingly.   I appreciate it.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-12-03 11:22:20 and read 3031 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 65):

Doeren - NC State

You may also want to create a category for HC slots opening by virtue of the HC departing for elsewhere - Doeren's departure from NIU, for instance, creates an opening there.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-12-03 13:06:13 and read 3017 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 66):
Doeren's departure from NIU, for instance, creates an opening there.

Is NIU a FBS (or Bowl Championship Series eligible) school? I think NIU is FCS.

[Edited 2012-12-03 13:07:28]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-12-03 13:20:52 and read 3013 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 67):

Is NIU a FBS (or Bowl Championship Series eligible) school? I think NIU is FCS.


No, they're FBS. If they aren't, the Noles may have the easiest road to a BCS Bowl win ever and the Orange Bowl will have the lowest ratings ever! They're this year's MAC champions and are headed to the Orange Bowl against the 'Noles. They were in the MAC from 1973 to 1985, left to be an independent (1986-1992), then joined the Big West from '93 to '95 then another year as an independent before rejoining the MAC in 1997.

[Edited 2012-12-03 13:32:15]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-12-03 13:31:36 and read 3008 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 68):

Ok, well, this is a thread for coaches who were fired, not when they bolt for another school. I added the retires because I felt it was showing that the coach itself is done with football as a whole.

That is why I am not adding the NIU to the list, hence why I have a:

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 65):
New HC's, replacing the Terminated/Retired ones:

I appreciate the advice, however.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-12-03 13:37:27 and read 3003 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 69):

I appreciate the advice, however.

I'm sure you do and am always glad to provide advice to those in need of it! Sorry to step on any toes, I just thought that with an opening at NIU now, you may want to add that to the list since they'll be in need of a new head coach too, just as if Doeren had been fired instead of moving on to bigger (although not necessarily better given how rabid NC State's boosters are for something more than a 7-5 season) things.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: srbmod
Posted 2012-12-03 13:45:07 and read 3003 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 65):
Fair enough, it belongs to this thread. Thanks for that info, SRBMod, I did not know Georgia State made the move. I have added that accordingly. I appreciate it.

Unlike my support for UGA, I can actually claim attending Georgia State and was happy to see them add football several years back. The jump after three seasons to the FBS is going to be a pretty rough one seeing as they went 1-10 this past season and played a mix of FCS and FBS teams unlike their first two seasons which were a mix of NAIA, NCAA Div. II, FCS and FBS teams. Next season they have games against West Virgina and Alabama as part of their non-conference schedule along with UT-Chattanooga and Jacksonville State.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-12-03 14:14:57 and read 2996 times.

Quoting garnetpalmetto (Reply 70):
Sorry to step on any toes, I just thought that with an opening at NIU now, you may want to add that to the list since they'll be in need of a new head coach too

Oh, you certainly have NOT stepped on any toes here, thats for sure. It is a good idea, but if the NIU coach was fired then went elsewhere after that, I would have put him down on the termination list. But he was not fired, which is a good thing. Lets put it this way, he advanced his career on his own and avoided the naughty list. LOL.

Quoting srbmod (Reply 71):

How come they kept on moving around? Where they "shopping" for a conference or something in the last few years?

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: iFlyLOTs
Posted 2012-12-03 14:37:47 and read 2991 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 72):
How come they kept on moving around? Where they "shopping" for a conference or something in the last few years?

If I remember correctly they only just recently started a team, the first year would just be a play everyone team and try and get everyone experience, then they had to compete in the conference they were in and finally their move into C-USA will make them (by default I think they have to with the move) an FBS team.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: srbmod
Posted 2012-12-03 16:56:38 and read 2977 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 72):
How come they kept on moving around? Where they "shopping" for a conference or something in the last few years?

They had joined the Colonial Athletic Association back in 2005, but the football program (which didn't start playing until 2010) didn't start CAA play until this most recent season and played as an independent their first two seasons as they wanted to get a few seasons under their belt before beginning conference play.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-12-04 05:03:34 and read 2955 times.

Colorado has offered Butch Jones their HC job. He also interviewed at Purdue. He could also stay @ Cincy but with the Big East being in such a flux. I have 2 big concerns about him, he has never rebuilt a program (inhereited two Gary Kelly teams) and doesn't have strong recruiting ties to Calfornia and Texas. We'll see.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-12-04 14:04:11 and read 2938 times.

Wisconsin HC Brett Bielema as taken Arkansas' job

http://espn.go.com/college-football/...n-coach-arkansas-razorbacks-source

Arkansas State HC and former Auburn asst,Gus Malzano takes the Auburn HC job.

http://espn.go.com/college-football/...accepts-auburn-tigers-coaching-job

Boston College hires Temple HC Steve Addazio

http://espn.go.com/boston/college-fo...es-temple-steve-addazio-next-coach

[Edited 2012-12-04 14:56:26]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: mke717spotter
Posted 2012-12-04 15:12:41 and read 2925 times.

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 76):
Wisconsin HC Brett Bielema as taken Arkansas' job

I have mixed feelings over this. In a way I liked having Bielema around as kind of a younger coach, but in recent years his gaffs have started to become more apparent. I wonder if Barry Alvarez will allow him to coach at the Rose Bowl. I'm sure some would say to do otherwise would seem classless, but I doubt Alvarez cares what I or any of us folks want. But this move to Arkansas, it doesn't quite seem to have the right fit to me for some reason. To me, on face-value this just looks like a cash move and it sort of bugs me.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: IllinoisMan
Posted 2012-12-04 15:19:23 and read 2918 times.

Quoting mke717spotter (Reply 77):
I wonder if Barry Alvarez will allow him to coach at the Rose Bowl. I'm sure some would say to do otherwise would seem classless, but I doubt Alvarez cares what I or any of us folks want.

It's not classless. Most coaches who announced changes are not allowed to then coach their team in a Bowl game. He should clean out his office tomorrow and be gone. Cold, but that's the way it works. Maybe Alvarez himself will come out of retirement and take over for one game - at least he knows how to win it.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: BMI727
Posted 2012-12-04 15:25:35 and read 2915 times.

Quoting IllinoisMan (Reply 78):
It's not classless. Most coaches who announced changes are not allowed to then coach their team in a Bowl game. He should clean out his office tomorrow and be gone.

More importantly, they cannot wait around for a month when they should be out recruiting and doing their best to hit the ground running at the new job.

And why would he want to stick around and get his ass beating from Stanford? Seeing that might make Arkansas change their mind.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-12-04 20:43:53 and read 2888 times.

Okay, here we have the newly refreshed, and updated list:

Terminated HC's:

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado
Spaziani - Boston College
Cubit - Western Michigan
Johnson - Southern Mississippi
Holtz - South Florida

HC Retires:

Price - UTEP
Curry - Georgia State

New HC's, replacing the Terminated/Retired ones:

Mark Stoops - Kentucky
Doeren - NC State
Miles - Georgia State
Petrino - Idaho
Bielema - Arkansas
Malzano - Auburn
Addazio - Boston College

Quoting BMI727 (Reply 79):
More importantly, they cannot wait around for a month when they should be out recruiting and doing their best to hit the ground running at the new job.

I believe there is a dead period in recruiting during during the College Bowl Season according to this Seattle Times article by Bob Condotta:

http://seattletimes.com/html/huskyfootballblog/

"One thing the earlier bowl game will do for UW is give the Huskies a longer break once it is over. With the game on Dec. 22, and recruiting then in a dead period through Jan. 3 (the dead period begins Dec. 17)"

This is in the "Tuesday links --- UW didn't get an easy draw against Boise State" part of the Husky Blog.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-12-05 01:31:04 and read 2875 times.

Quoting IllinoisMan (Reply 78):
Maybe Alvarez himself will come out of retirement and take over for one game -

He might just do that.

http://www.jsonline.com/sports/badge...source-says-ac7timv-182117911.html

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-12-05 13:02:02 and read 2849 times.

Purdue hires Kent State's HC Darrell Hazell as their new HC.

http://espn.go.com/college-football/...ll-named-coach-purdue-boilermakers

IIRC tis is only the B1G's 3rd or 4th African American HC.

Airframe we also need a category for vacancies created by hires.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-12-05 13:11:10 and read 2847 times.

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 76):
Gus Malzano
Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 80):
Malzano

I think y'all mean Gus Malzahn, not Malzano.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: jpetekyxmd80
Posted 2012-12-05 16:33:11 and read 2837 times.

http://www.bloguin.com/crystalballrun/images/stories/Barry-Alvarez.jpg

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: Alias1024
Posted 2012-12-05 17:31:56 and read 2827 times.

There are reports that Cal is going to hire Sonny Dykes away from Louisiana Tech. Also reports that Colorado is close to a deal with Butch Jones. Neither is official yet, but if they happen that means Cincinnatti and Louisiana Tech will be looking for new coaches, and San Jose State will have dodged a huge bullet in keeping Mike MacIntyre from heading up the bay to Cal.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: IllinoisMan
Posted 2012-12-05 20:03:51 and read 2807 times.

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 81):
He might just do that.

Bielema may be the only person who thought his "they might finally win one" statement was more joke than realistic assessment.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-12-06 03:51:09 and read 2787 times.

California hires Louisiana Tech's Sonny Dykes as their HC.

http://espn.go.com/college-football/...y-dykes-hired-california-new-coach

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: garnetpalmetto
Posted 2012-12-06 04:00:34 and read 2787 times.

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 87):
California hires Louisiana Tech's Sonny Dykes as their HC.

With a name like that, his neighbors may think he's engaged in an entirely different California business!

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: Alias1024
Posted 2012-12-07 13:28:45 and read 2743 times.

Looks like Colorado couldn't get the deal done with Butch Jones. Instead he is headed to Tennessee.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-12-07 15:52:29 and read 2732 times.

Ok, updated list....

Terminated HC's:

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado
Spaziani - Boston College
Cubit - Western Michigan
Johnson - Southern Mississippi
Holtz - South Florida

HC Retires:

Price - UTEP
Curry - Georgia State

New HC's, replacing the Terminated/Retired ones:

Mark Stoops - Kentucky
Doeren - NC State
Miles - Georgia State
Petrino - Idaho
Bielema - Arkansas
Malzahn - Auburn
Addazio - Boston College
Hazell - Purdue
Dykes - California

Quoting bjorn14 (Reply 82):
Airframe we also need a category for vacancies created by hires.

Like I said earlier in reply 72, it is a good idea, but these guys were not "fired" per se.... The reason why I added the Retires part is to show that these guys are leaving the game as a whole.

Quoting jpetekyxmd80 (Reply 84):

Would you like to explain the picture here since you did not write anything relevant to the thread? Seems like a low quality post to me.

Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 89):
Looks like Colorado couldn't get the deal done with Butch Jones.

That is too bad. Rumors around Boulder County here are saying that they want Jeff Tedford. Eh, what?? LOL.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: jpetekyxmd80
Posted 2012-12-07 17:38:23 and read 2723 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 90):

Would you like to explain the picture here since you did not write anything relevant to the thread? Seems like a low quality post to me.

It's the highest quality post in this thread - no offense to anyone.

In this thread of coaching terminations, Bielema (self) terminated to go to Arkansas, leaving Barry Alvarez (pictured) to reinstate himself as head coach and attempt to win a record 4th Rose Bowl. It's the most compelling story of bowl season outside of ND/Bama. I thought it would speak for itself with the discussion of Bielema directly above it.

[Edited 2012-12-07 17:41:20]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-12-07 18:20:17 and read 2713 times.

Quoting jpetekyxmd80 (Reply 91):

Thank you. Some of us do not know who this guy is (myself included) so that is why an explanation is sometimes needed.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-12-10 10:38:53 and read 2654 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 90):
Rumors around Boulder County here are saying that they want Jeff Tedford. Eh, what?? LOL

Tedford wouldn't be too bad IMHO but I heard that Jeff isn't interested in CU.

BTW, Tennessee hired Cincy's Butch Jones. Apparently, Rocky Top is better than Rocky Mtn.

Well, Colorado has hired San Jose State's Mike McIntyre to lead the Buffs

[Edited 2012-12-10 10:43:59]

[Edited 2012-12-10 10:48:24]

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: FRAspotter
Posted 2012-12-10 23:51:47 and read 2628 times.

and Bobby Patrino is back...

...at Western Kentucky.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AviRaider
Posted 2012-12-11 06:41:43 and read 2620 times.

Tommy Tuberville resigned as head coach at Texas Tech and took the job at Cincinnati.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: Alias1024
Posted 2012-12-14 10:38:55 and read 2550 times.

Kliff Kingsbury will take over at Texas Tech. Totally classless exit from Tuberville as he left out the back door during a dinner with recruits in Lubbock. Didn't say anything to them about taking the Cincinnati job, just got up in the middle of dinner and left.

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-12-15 08:31:57 and read 2524 times.

New list, and it is getting longer!:

Terminated HC's:

Dooley - Tennessee
Tedford - California
Akey - Idaho
Smith - Arkansas
O'Brien - NC State
Chizik - Auburn
Phillips - Kentucky (Nov 4)
Hope - Purdue
Embree - Colorado
Spaziani - Boston College
Cubit - Western Michigan
Johnson - Southern Mississippi
Holtz - South Florida

HC Retires:

Price - UTEP
Curry - Georgia State

New HC's, replacing the Terminated/Retired ones:

Mark Stoops - Kentucky
Doeren - NC State
Miles - Georgia State
Petrino - Idaho
Bielema - Arkansas
Malzahn - Auburn
Addazio - Boston College
Hazell - Purdue
Dykes - California
Jones - Tennessee
MacIntyre - Colorado
Patrino - Western Kentucky
Tuberville - Cincinnati
Kingsbury - Texas Tech

Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 96):
Totally classless exit from Tuberville as he left out the back door during a dinner with recruits in Lubbock. Didn't say anything to them about taking the Cincinnati job, just got up in the middle of dinner and left.

Now why would he do that? Seems classless, I don't know. Maybe he is trying to avoid a recruiting violation now that he is the new Cincinnati coach. I'm sure that would leave a very sour taste in the mouthes of the parents, and the recruits. He should have said something then left gracefully. But who knows....

Topic: RE: Ncaa Football Head Coaching Terminations
Username: FRAspotter
Posted 2012-12-15 10:43:52 and read 2514 times.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 97):
Now why would he do that? Seems classless, I don't know. Maybe he is trying to avoid a recruiting violation now that he is the new Cincinnati coach. I'm sure that would leave a very sour taste in the mouthes of the parents, and the recruits. He should have said something then left gracefully. But who knows....

What Tuberville did at Texas Tech was really no different than what Lane Kiffin did at Tennessee a few years back. Ran a program into the ground and than not so much as a goodbye once they saw greener pastures at other schools (Kiffin to USC and Tuberville to Cincy)...


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