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Early hot seat breakdown: Gus Malzahn https://t.co/7i80JOaWiy— ESPN SEC (@ESPN_SEC) February 22, 2017
Early hot seat breakdown: Gus Malzahn https://t.co/7i80JOaWiy
Clearly, eight wins and a trip to a New Year’s Six bowl last year wasn’t enough. At this point, it would probably take beating Alabama or winning the SEC for Malzahn to fully remove himself from the hot seat. If the past decade has proven anything, it’s that Auburn coaches are one bad season from looking for a new job.To be fair, though, Malzahn’s seat isn’t nearly as warm now as it was this time a year ago. For a stretch in the middle of last season -- Jarrett Stidham should help.Malzahn can’t survive another 6-6 season in 2017 --
National columnist: â€˜If Kirby Smart doesnâ€™t win the East next year, heâ€™s a clownâ€™ https://t.co/7byN8sBGHa— Michael Carvell (@Michael_Carvell) February 23, 2017
National columnist: â€˜If Kirby Smart doesnâ€™t win the East next year, heâ€™s a clownâ€™ https://t.co/7byN8sBGHa
“Let’s not give Georgia that much of a pass,” Dan Wolken said, via CBS Atlanta. “If Kirby Smart doesn’t win the East next year, he’s a clown. I’m sorry. Point blank. They are so far above the rest of that division in terms of talent right now with the players that they’ve got coming back. Give me a break. The expectation for Georgia next year should be winning the East, point blank… period. If they don’t get that done, then I have to seriously question whether Kirby can coach.”