Predicting Which CFB Coordinators Will Take Head Coaching Jobs After 2014 Season

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Predicting Which CFB Coordinators Will Take Head Coaching Jobs After 2014 Season
Jeffrey Boan/Associated Press
Chad Morris is perpetually one of the hottest names on the coaching carousel.

This time of year, the carousel is still.

It sits in a forgotten corner of the college football world, sitting silent and gathering dust as the summer heat beats down on it.

This, of course, is a metaphorical carousel. In summer, it is quiet, but wait until October or November.

Once teams lose a few games and the heat cranks up on embattled coaches, it springs to life, fueled by rumors and innuendo.

By December, the college football coaching carousel will be in full swing, slinging participants off and grabbing new riders with every passing day.

We’ll be talking about which coaches will be moving where and who’ll replace the candidates who are moving on or moving out.

Sitting head coaches will be part of the carousel, but so will be the nation’s top coordinators. Their names will be bandied about with breathless abandon until the final major coaching job is filled.

It’s only July, but here’s a shot at predicting which college football coordinators will take head coaching jobs after the 2014 season or, for that matter, hang around for another year.

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