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  1. Possible candidates to become Pitt coach

    Travis Haney

    Now that Paul Chryst's return to Wisconsin is official, Pitt is looking for a new football coach. Again. Sadly for Pitt, the school Chryst is leaving, his 19-19 record in three seasons actually marks progress in terms of stability. Including offen...

    Blog | December 16, 2014
  2. Houston interested in Ohio State co-OC Tom Herman

    Travis Haney

    The University of Houston spoke this week with Ohio State co-offensive coordinator Tom Herman, multiple sources with knowledge of the search have told ESPN.com. They added that the 39-year-old Herman impressed athletic director Mack Rhoades and th...

    Blog | December 12, 2014
  3. Will Wisconsin look to past assistants to fill head coaching void...

    Travis Haney

    Considering I'd written last week about Gary Andersen's frustrations at Wisconsin, his decision Wednesday to leave didn't come as much of a shock to me as it did to many. But I never got the impression that Andersen was really on the way out the d...

    Blog | December 10, 2014
  4. Michigan may look outside the usual big-name college suspects

    Travis Haney

    NEW YORK -- Just as Texas did a year ago, the Michigan job has dominated conversations in the halls of the Waldorf Astoria this week during college football's Hall of Fame events and the Heisman Trophy ceremony lead-up. The complicating factor wit...

    Blog | December 10, 2014
  5. Big 12 seeks answers after playoff shutout

    Travis Haney

    NEW YORK -- For the first time in the three years I've been attending the Hall of Fame and Heisman week events here, the Big 12 opened its Monday evening reception to the media. Perhaps that was just coincidence. Or maybe the league was looking f...

    Blog | December 09, 2014
  6. Saban the most feared among contenders

    Travis Haney

    It's Selection Day and the first time in history that college football will have a four-team bracket. When it comes to the playoff, who would coaches least like to see on the other sideline? I've ranked the top six from the playoff contenders. Th...

    Blog | December 07, 2014
  7. Andersen looks to push Wisconsin

    Travis Haney

    Gary Andersen does not want out at Wisconsin, but those familiar with the program say the second-year coach is becoming increasingly frustrated by the school's admissions policies. Additionally, Wisconsin has been slow to evolve when it comes to p...

    Blog | December 04, 2014
  8. Who should replace Hoke at Michigan?

    Travis Haney

    As I wrote over the weekend, because of its fluid athletic director situation, Michigan should aggressively pursue Jim Harbaugh or Les Miles. They are big enough names that the hiring of a permanent AD in 2015 wouldn't affect the way they did the...

    Blog | December 02, 2014
  9. Experienced head coaches dominate Nebraska's potential candidate ...

    Travis Haney

    A Big Ten firing was anticipated Sunday, but Nebraska beat Michigan to an announcement. Even with an overtime escape Friday at Iowa, athletic director Shawn Eichorst made the decision to fire Bo Pelini after seven seasons of either nine or 10 vict...

    Blog | November 30, 2014
  10. If Michigan replaces Hoke, two names should dominate coaching sea...

    Travis Haney

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- We've learned in recent weeks that Jim Hackett, Michigan's interim AD, is the man who will decide coach Brady Hoke's fate -- and execute the coaching search if Hoke isn't around for the 2015 season. In all likelihood, though, Hac...

    Blog | November 30, 2014
  11. Will back-to-back losses spark change at Nebraska?

    Travis Haney

    A year ago this week, Bo Pelini defiantly asserted that his Nebraska program was "heading in a good direction." Nebraska lost four games in each of Pelini's first six seasons. Losses to Wisconsin and Minnesota the past two weeks have perfectly pos...

    Blog | November 24, 2014
  12. Which teams should consider coordinator changes?

    Travis Haney

    Head-coaching changes are on the way, certainly at Florida and likely at Michigan, but do not overlook key coordinator moves potentially on the horizon. Which programs should make a hire, and which are the likeliest to do so? Virginia Tech fits...

    Blog | November 23, 2014
  13. Oklahoma's Stoops should go to Florida

    Travis Haney

    Florida is officially open. Is Bob Stoops legitimately listening? Even though I wrote last month that there are definitive reasons why the time is right for Stoops to leave Oklahoma, I still doubt that he does. He's as doggedly stubborn as any coa...

    Blog | November 21, 2014
  14. Re-evaluating the Michigan situation

    Travis Haney

    Back in October, Michigan coach Brady Hoke's seat was so hot we looked at potential candidates for the seemingly inevitable job opening. Since then, AD Dave Brandon resigned. Hoke is still in office, but the ice on which he stands is perilously thin....

    Blog | November 19, 2014
  15. What does Kliff Kingsbury fear?

    Travis Haney

    LUBBOCK, Texas -- The poster outside Kliff Kingsbury's office says "fearless," a reference to a university marketing initiative to drive financial support to the athletic department. But who's devoid of fear, really? Even movie-star-looking people...

    Blog | November 18, 2014
  16. Who should Florida hire? Here are eight possible candidates

    Travis Haney

    Now that Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley has decided to make a coaching change, who will he be looking at to fill the vacancy left behind by Will Muschamp? As with every major college football opening, we'll examine the job itself and the cand...

    Blog | November 16, 2014