Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Coaches Swimming in the Dead Pool Volume 3

These coaches are all done...

Tim Brewster, Minnesota...The Gophers have flatlined, and it's over for Brewster after losing to South Dakota and Northern Illinois this season. It's too bad, because Brewster is a good guy in a bad situation.

Neil Calloway, UAB...The Blazers have flamed out, and there is no sign of things getting better anytime soon. Calloway is the wrong guy for this job.

Steve Fairchild, Colorado State...The Rams have not gotten any better and have actually gotten worse since Fairchild's first season. Improvement has to come in year three, and there has not been any.

Mike Locksley, New Mexico...The Lobos have been rumored to make a move as early as next Monday, after the NMSU game. One way or another, it's over.

Paul Wulff, Washington State...Wulff is trying, of that there is no doubt. That blown lead against UCLA was the final straw, and you could see it in his face.

Mark Richt, Georgia...Richt saw his life pass before his eyes when the clock clicked to zero at Colorado. It's over now, and we can start to wonder who a good fit will be in Athens.

Todd Dodge, North Texas...We've known all season that Dodge was done, and it's just a matter of watching the Eagles bump their way through the season until it's done.

Mario Christobal, FIU...Nothing is happening here, and they are just wasting their time by keeping him around for another year.

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