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Coaching Carousel: Final Copy
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Coaching Carousel: Final Copy

The coaching carousel has been in the books for a little bit now so I figured it was time to post a final copy of all of the changes in college football. Below is a chart of all of the coaching changes listed by school. In the far left column you will see the school, followed by which heda coach was heading out, and on the right you will see who the new man in charge is.

Following the chart is a time line of each head coaching change as it unfolded over the course of time. We’ll save this post with a link on the left for posterity’s sake and will revisit it as we prepare for the start of the 2011 season over the summer.

TEAM OUT IN
Arkansas State Steve Roberts Hugh Freeze
Ball State Stan Parrish Pete Lembo
Colorado Dan Hawkins Jon Embree
Connecticut Randy Edsall Paul Pasqualoni
Florida Urban Meyer Will Muschamp
Indiana Bill Lynch Kevin Wilson
Kent State Doug Martin Darrel Hazell
Louisiana Lafayette Rickey Bustle Mark Hudspeth
Maryland Ralph Friedgen Randy Edsall
Miami Randy Shannon Al Golden
Miami (Ohio) Mike Haywood Don Treadwell
Michigan Rich Rodriguez Brady Hoke
Minnesota Tim Brewster Jerry Kill
North Texas Todd Dodge Dan McCarney
Northern Illinois Jerry Kill Dave Doeren
Pittsburgh Dave Wannstedt Mike Haywood
Pittsburgh Mike Haywood Todd Graham
San Diego State Brady Hoke Rocky Long
Stanford Jim Harbaugh David Shaw
Temple Al Golden Steve Addazio
Tulsa Todd Graham Bill Bankenship
Vanderbilt Robbie Caldwell James Franklin

Time Line

About the Author

Kevin McGuire
Contributor to College Football Talk on NBCSports.com. Also a contributor to Athlon Sports and The Comeback. Member of Football Writers Association of America and National Football Foundation. Follow on Twitter @KevinOnCFB.
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