It’s time for results to be produced. These college football head coaches on the hot seat need to put wins on the board in Week 7.
The first firing of the college football season isn’t far off. With Week 7 having arrived and plenty of coaches living life on the hot seat, there will soon be a head coach or multiple that will end up being fired.
The coaches that are on the hot seat are known by this point but it’s never too late for others to join the list. The great thing about the hot seat is that there is always room for more and there are new names to add to the list.
Over recent weeks, there have been some additions from big programs that aren’t getting the job done right now. They might not be in immediate danger of losing their jobs, but they need to pick up victories soon. Here are the coaches to watch in Week 7.
5. The already doomed coaches
At this point, we already know which coaches are doomed and past the point of no return. Miracles can always happen, but it’s safe to say that there are programs likely to go in different directions very soon.
Programs like North Carolina, Rutgers and UConn could soon be finding replacement options for what’s currently in place. We know that those programs are in dire need of change and that it’s probably too late for the coaches in place.
North Carolina hosts Virginia Tech this week, while Rutgers hits the road to take on Maryland. If both of those programs drop yet another game, it could soon be the end for Larry Fedora and Chris Ash.