Suffice it to say, things have not been going the way Michigan Wolverines fans imagined it when they hired Rich Rodriguez away from West Virginia.
"Rich Rod" came in with an impressive track record, but his first few years setting up a new system for the maize and blue has had more than a few glitches.
With an 8-16 record, 3-13 in the Big Ten, the "Fire Rich Rod" campaign is gaining steam. Who can blame them when you consider Rodriguez lost only 14 conference games in seven years at Morgantown?
Not to mention the grumblings coming from ex-players, the NCAA, and others for a few controversies and violations occurring in the Rodriguez era.
Now people knew that a new offensive system was not going to be built in a day.
Everyone can sit and discuss the merits of firing a coach just three years into a job, but the better discussion is just what the future may hold for Rodriguez if Michigan grows tired of waiting for success in Ann Arbor.
The following is a look at some of the jobs Rodriguez may find himself in come 2011. Not only does it include programs that may be looking for a new coach next season, but places that will be willing to take a gamble on an experienced offensive mind that does have 113 career wins to his credit.
Let the debate begin!