Bobby Petrino may be one of the most-hated coaches in the country.
It seems everywhere he goes, he always has one foot out the door looking for his next opportunity.
In 2003, he became the head coach for the Louisville Cardinals. However, after one year there, he was involved in the infamous "Jetgate" scandal in which he was courted by Auburn for its head coaching position while Tommy Tuberville was still the head coach. Auburn was probably glad they didn't hire Petrino.
Then after signing a 10-year extension with the Cardinals, Petrino led the Cardinals for one more season before he again had his foot out the door to accept the head-coaching position with the Atlanta Falcons and even that wasn't enough for Petrino.
With a 3-10 record with the Falcons, Petrino left in the middle of the night to take over at Arkansas.
Did he call a team meeting to let the players know? No, instead he left them a note to tell them of his decision.
It all came to head in April when Petrino was in a motorcycle accident. The details of that accident eventually revealed Petrino was in an improper relationship with a female athletic department employee.
The subsequent fallout saw Petrino get fired and lose respect among most people who follow college football.
Hopefully, for any school's sake, Petrino won't coach in college again. If he does, schools better be prepared for him to have one foot out the door once again.