Bitter rivals West Virginia and Maryland have both come out recently and stated that it's going to take a change of regime at the head coach position for either team to find true significance.
Too bad for Bill Stewart and Ralph "The Fridge" Friedgen.
But their imminent departures bring up the age old question, what is truly the best coaching position in college football?
Ask any of the new coaches and they'll feed you the same line. New Florida coach Will Muschamp claims it's right across the state from my lovely St. Augustine in Gainesville, while Colorado's Jon Embree will emphatically declare that Boulder is where it's at.
There has to be a winner, though, right?
You have to take into account so many things: the dedication from both the school and fanbase, the talent, the ability to bring in talent, the coaching staffs and the conference alignment.
Let's see what I think the top 25 head coaching jobs are and maybe put it to a vote.
Because there's really no wrong answer.