Who's on the Hot Seat

gtchief

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You're looking at his years not his rating. He's rated as Untouchable
 

ThisIsAtlanta

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Cutcliffe at 3 is like a mole you've been meaning to ask your doctor about at your physical, but keep forgetting to for years.
Sure, if the mole was also directly responsible for the only success anyone in your family has had since an ancestor fought at Normandy. However that would work.

Can you imagine anyone at Duke thinking "we can do better than this guy"? That would honestly be a hoot to watch.
 

00Burdell

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If Cutliffe is a three then Kim Jung Un is four and Vladimir Putin is a five.
 

ThisIsAtlanta

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Fuente should be a 5000000
Diaz should at least be a 3
For the life of me I thought he had already been fired. What happened there.

Wonder who the next VPI coach is. I hope it's not Lane Kiffin. I'd prefer to still like that guy.
 

gtfan088

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On its face, 22 coaches listed as "untouchable" seems way too high. That status should be reserved for coaches in the Bowden/Paterno mold--guys who've won at a high level for so long that barring a massive scandal they can pretty much determine when the relationship with the school is over. There aren't 22 such coaches in college football right now. Not sure I'd put anyone other than Saban or Dabo in that category, actually. Maybe Cutcliffe.

If the Dwags lost 5 games, Kirby's seat would heat up real quick.
 

Tampa Jacket

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If Kirby is “untouchable “? That’s laughable. Let’s see… Which QB is better? Jake Fromm or Justin Fields?
 
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Tampa Jacket

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GoGATech

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On its face, 22 coaches listed as "untouchable" seems way too high. That status should be reserved for coaches in the Bowden/Paterno mold--guys who've won at a high level for so long that barring a massive scandal they can pretty much determine when the relationship with the school is over. There aren't 22 such coaches in college football right now. Not sure I'd put anyone other than Saban or Dabo in that category, actually. Maybe Cutcliffe.

If the Dwags lost 5 games, Kirby's seat would heat up real quick.
You've got to consider new hires also. I would consider new hires every year as untouchable unless some past scandal involving them was brought to light.
 
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