I'll point to two — for totally different reasons.
Arkansas' John L. Smith needs to win. Now. His contract runs a mere 10 months. In replacing the disgraced
The public won't expect much out of Penn State, but alums will be restless if
Heat is on at Texas
There's no shortage of candidates who could make this list, including Boston College coach Frank Spaziani
But we're going to give the honor to Texas coach Mack Brown.
In 2010, Texas, the second-winningest Division I-A college football program of all time, didn't go bowling at all and last year, it had to fight to win eight games.
Now, neighboring TCU and
Dooley, Edsall on spot
If there is a proverbial hot seat, Derek Dooley's butt is on it. Since taking over the
Meanwhile, you know things must be bad if a coach is on the hot seat after one season. That's what happened to Maryland's Randy Edsall, who finished 2-10 in his first season with the Terrapins. It got so bad that the only thing fans wanted to talk about were the team's crazy uniforms. With 23 players lost to transfer and a starting quarterback lost for the season with an injury, things aren't looking good for Edsall.
Pivotal year for Kelly
Los Angeles Times
Somebody needs to get into Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly's face and scream at him the way he chews his quarterbacks out. Kelly has to pick up his overall game. He's 16-10 after two years at the No. 1 hot-rock Rockne spot in the nation.
Bob Davie was 16-9 in the same span and ultimately got canned. Charlie Weis was 19-6 after two years and he's now coaching