Marc Richt, outside of Rich Rodriguez, could be sitting on the hottest college football seat in the country.
His Georgia team has under performed and been in a slow, downward spiral for the last few years.
Since Georgia finished 11-2 in 2007 and won the Sugar Bowl, the Bulldogs have begun to lose wins in each of the last three seasons.
Georgia finished 10-3 in 2008, 8-5 in 2009, and they're 5-5 so far this season. I would say that's a decline, wouldn't you?
He could be on the chopping block at the end of this season if things don't turn around. If that does in fact happen, the university will begin looking for replacements, someone that can get them back to where they were three years ago.
Here are 10 possible replacements to take over at the University of Georgia.