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Predicting the 2014 Win-Loss Record for Every New College Football Head Coach
Associated Press
Charlie Strong has the highest profile of 20 new college football head coaches this fall.

Last winter, the coaching carousel was a bit quieter than normal. Although several major positions (Penn State, Southern California and Texas) opened up, only 20 FBS institutions will boast new head coaches when preseason practice opens up next month.

With conference media days and the opening of fall practice just around the bend, speculation will begin on just how well (or how poorly) these coaches will perform in their inaugural seasons at their respective institutions. You never get a second chance to make a first impression, and that’s exactly the opportunity these coaches will have in 2014.

We decided to take a look at just how each new coach will fare this fall. Here’s our shot at predicting the 2014 win-loss record for every new college football head coach.

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