Why College Football Programs Fire so Many Coaches Looking for "The One"

Posted by Andrew Coppens on January-7-2014 Add Comments

The late owner of the NFL's Oakland Raiders, Al Davis, had his "Just Win Baby" mantra, but perhaps he missed his true calling all along—that of a college football booster.

Judging by the number of coaches on the hot seat and being let go on an annual basis in college football, his penitent for firing coaches would've fit right in with the college football game of today.

Winning the majority of the games you play or doing things your university has never done before isn't good enough anymore—you better win, do it with style and keep the boosters, who keep the cash flowing, happy, or risk los...

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