Big East Must Retain Top Coaches To Remain Relevant

Posted by J. Garcia on December-12-2009 Add Comments

What will the Big East's eight coaches all have in common heading into 2010? None have led a team to a BCS game.

This sad scenario will happen for the second time in recent history as the conference faced a similar situation going into the 2008 season, following the departure of Rich Rodriguez from West Virginia. 

Brian Kelly added his name this week to an ever growing list of Big East coaches who have recently bolted from the programs they've taken to the top of the conference for higher-profile jobs. 

This first was Bobby Petrino, who left Louisville following the school's first Big East championship and an Orange Bowl victory after the 2006 season. 

Next, was Rich Rodriguez's infamous 2007 departure ...

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