College Football Coaching Carousel: 15 Worst Coaching Candidates on the Market

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College Football Coaching Carousel: 15 Worst Coaching Candidates on the Market
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Will Muschamp walks into a tough gig at Florida.

The college football world is currently abuzz with the news that Texas defensive coordinator Will Muschamp will leave Austin to become the head football coach at the University of Florida.

Muschamp replaces Urban Meyer, who resigned from his post with the Gators after six years in Gainesville, during which time he brought home two national titles.

Clearly, Muschamp has some big shoes to fill at Florida, and the wisdom of his hiring won't be reliably determined until at least a few years down the line.

Similarly, it's impossible to say right now whether Muschamp is, or will be, a good head coach.

With that in mind, here are 15 of the worst available candidates to fill head coaching positions.

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