Depending on how you look at it, it’s either a good time or a bad time to be a Head Coach in college football. If you’re name is something like Carr, Franchione, Callahan, Orgeron, and what is sure to be more, it’s probably not the best position right now. The reason? Well, they’re all not coaching anymore, but more importantly, unlike in other situations, those particular coaches will probably not be head coaches next year, or anytime soon. Why? Let’s run it down.
- Lloyd Carr – Well, dude’s like 800 years old. That by itself puts him in the company of Methuselah, but as we all know, Methuselah’s coaching skills diminished significantly down the stretch, and we can only assume as much about Carr.
- Dennis Franchione – His ideal classified ad would read: “Team, with morals and injury reports for sale, looking for Salesman.” Hmm, I can think of a few teams, but Bama already has a coach (oh yeah, plus he left there… or something?)
- Bill Callahan – You can’t spell “Defense” with “Bill” or “Callahan” and well, apparently you can’t spell “win” either.
- Ed Orgeron- I think the problem here wasn’t Orgeron calling bad plays or doing anything wrong, it’s just that no one could, for the life of them, understand what the crap he was ever saying. Orgeron, you’ve been CROOMED! Man, that was a great move firing Cutcliffe huh? Dumbasses
Those are the coaches currently making way to unemployment lines across the country, but no doubt, there will be more to follow in the coming weeks. Till then, enjoy this Fulmer’s Belly Favorite:
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