Hottest Seat in College Football

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    #5 is just silly. :rolleyes:
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    Have you seen these Bama fans? :)
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    agree Muschamp should be at the top.

    Weis should have a permanent hot seat assigned.

    Saban is just silly.
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    Seriously....this poll just lost any and all credibility.
    Pelini and Ferentz should be in the Top 5 before Satan.
    And Paul Johnson isn't going anywhere but Ga Tech.
    Cheeseburger sure makes a lot for doing very little.
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    How is Bobby Petrino in the Top 20 when he just got hired, and many Michigan fans wanted to run off Brady Hoke after last season and he's only at 20?
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    Petrino's past history (both in general and how his previous tenure at UL ended) means he is in a short leash to start. If Louisville goes 7-5/6-6 this year they might figure Petrino isn't worth the headaches.
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    Bring back Addazio (#55)!
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    London is def on a hot seat. Not sure how he pulled in some of the recruits he has (he landed two 5-stars this year, plus others in previous years).

    I bet Bielema wishes he stayed at Wisconsin....but he is making close to $5 million/year.

    Norm Chow has been horrible at UH.

    Sonny Dykes has only had 1 year...but it sure was ugly.

    Brady Hoke should be higher up the list.

    Weis will not get past this season. Not sure what C. Thompson was thinking transferring there.
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    Paul Johnson is in very hot water at GT. His starting QB, and star recruit from a few years ago, just quit and left the team. Ouch. And GT doesn't get many star recruits. Star recruits want to play in the NFL after hanging out for a few years and having an army of helpers do their college papers for them and if you play in PJ's system you might or might not ever see the NFL.

    I didn't even know Ron Turner was at FIU. That will be the last time I ever even mention FIU.

    The list loses credibility, I agree, when Saban is #5 but the rest of the list looks right.

    Bret Bilihimmahoula the ARK coach is serious fugly.

    I feel for Norm Chow. Such a great OC. But just not a HC kind of guy.

    Skip Holtz is a good coach, well, he was at East Carolina, but when he left ECU to go to USF he made a huge mistake and he has been rolling down hill ever since. He went to the Terry Bowden school of downward mobility.

    The people at Southern Miss had a great coach for 20 years and pushed him out. They made a mistake.

    Is there any picture of Bo Pilini in which he does not look like a moron?

    Bobby Petrino is on the hot seat? He just freaking started.

    Brady Hoke is the right coach for Michigan. I think Michigan needs to wake up and realize they are not that good.
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    ^^ ^^^
    Yeah....but nobody is beating down the door to coach the Ramblin' Wreak.
    He's a smart coach who deals well with smart players.
    Who else can you say that about?
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    That's actually a very interesting list. I just looked at the bottom part. I tell you one thing. Not many coaches win more than .8 of their games. Plain and simple. Nick Saban doesn't (over his career). Steve Spurrier doesn't. Take out Duke and he probably does. Not many of those guys win more than .80.
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    We're #1!! LOL :p
    Seems like a random list, but something to talk about other than unis! :rolleyes:
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    Crazy thing is take out saban, who we all agree doesn't belong on there, and champ has the best win percentage, best record, and is the only one to play in a bcs game in the past 2 years out of at least the top 15 hot seat coaches. That tells you the pressure there is to win at UF.
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    Anyone else surprised Richt isnt at least on the front page?

    Before I opened the list, I thought for sure he'd be top 10.
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    I agree and I think it goes to show you that the Florida-Georgia rivalry is a little lopsided, meaning it means more to them than it does to us. I believe Mark Richt has been keeping the heat off his seat by beating Florida. That's the Dawgs' definition of a successful season. Whereas beating Georgia twice in a row did nothing to extend Ron Zook's tenure.
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    On another note, the following photograph is NOT a thread hijack.

    To the contrary, this picture of sideline reporter Ms. Erin Andrews is directly on topic:

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    Now THAT, my friends, is "the hottest seat in college football." :cool:
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    Saban can throw Kiffin on the hot seat
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    See Stanford.

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