College Basketball Coaches on the Hot Seat After 2013-14 Season

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College Basketball Coaches on the Hot Seat After 2013-14 Season
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The college basketball coaching carousel kicks into gear during March and April, and the average season sees 30 to 50 jobs come open. Coaches retire, migrate to other positions or are simply dropped unceremoniously onto the unemployment line.

We can see many of the firings coming long before they happen, as win-loss records head south, and players scatter in all directions. Fan concern turns to fan indignation, boosters begin cutting back on their support of the program and eventually a change needs to be made.

Some, such as Stanford's Johnny Dawkins or Tennessee's Cuonzo Martin, manage to pull themselves off the canvas with deep NCAA tournament runs. These eight coaches, however, may not be able to bank on that kind of fortune in 2015.

Not all of these coaches are likely to be out of a job this time next year, but all should have varying degrees of concern about their current status.

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