Tuesday, September 15, 2015

College Football 2015: Coaches Swimming in the Dead Pool Volume 1

Doug Martin, New Mexico State
The Aggies have won just five games in three seasons, so the inevitable has to be coming for the administration, especially with an AD in place that did not hire Martin. The program has not budged an inch towards respectability during Martin's tenure, and losing to Georgia State at home was a mess.

Trent Miles, Georgia State
Miles has won two games in three seasons in Atlanta, and maybe beating NMSU this week makes things slightly better, the Panthers still lost to Charlotte the week before. The end is near short of a miracle.

Derek Mason, Vanderbilt
The early return on Mason is that people are largely thinking the hiring here was a mistake. The Commodores were beaten by Western Kentucky in the opener, and then were not exactly competitive against Georgia. Any good done by James Franklin has been undone.

Kyle Flood, Rutgers
There is no way in hell that Flood is back in 2016, and he may not even make Thanksgiving. Yet another player was suspended indefinitely after the Washington state home loss, and has been charged with assault. Add to it all Flood's own issues being under investigation, and it all ads up to Greg Schiano coming back to coach this program next season.

Curtis Johnson, Tulane
This program is sinking like a rock, and Johnson hasn't been able to turn the dial in New Orleans at all. Johnson is in huge trouble after giving up 102 points this season after only scoring 17. The Green Wave looks =more like a stinking red tide.

Mike London, Virginia
The Cavaliers are 0-2, and we all know that UVA needs a bowl this season, or London will be gone. Those chances run out with every losing week. The Cavaliers blew it late with Notre Dame, but were never in their game with UCLA.

No comments:

Post a Comment