Change is good.
That's got to be the collective mentality of anyone and everyone associated with college football, otherwise, the constant shuffling around of coaches each offseason can drive you mad. Longevity at (or loyalty to) a school just doesn't really exist anymore, so it's better to come to grips with the inevitable annual turnover rather than gripe about it.
One way to do that? Critique the moves.
There will be 20 new head coaches at the FBS level for the 2014 season, while dozens of assistants are in new roles throughout the country.
Which offseason hires were the best or worst among the lot? Check out our take.