See Who Headlines CFB's Coaches on the Hot Seat

B/R StudiosFeatured ColumnistSeptember 16, 2012

Derek Dooley, start researching real-estate agents, because your time at Tennessee is almost up. The Volunteers were up seven with five minutes to play in the third quarter with the ball in Florida territory—and lost 37-20 at home.

In his third year at the helm, Dooley's Vols are 4-13 vs. the SEC and 0-11 vs. teams that are ranked in the Top 25.

That simply won't cut it.

Who joins Dooley in this week's edition of Coaches on the Hot Seat? Arkansas' John L. Smith and Colorado's Jon Embree are foregone conclusions, but SEC lead writer Barrett Sallee shares his thoughts on the rest of the candidates in this edition of The Program.