Numerous college football head coaches ended their reigns atop nationally known programs after the 2010 season for various reasons. Some were fired after years of failure, or other off-field issues that led their universities to seek change. Other coaches resigned to pursue other opportunities, leaving their futures uncertain in the rapidly-changing college coaching ranks.
The head coaching carousel has mostly stopped spinning, as the major vacancies have been filled and most teams are moving ahead in recruiting and planning for the 2011 season.
But that doesn't mean now's not the time to speculate about the futures of some high-profile former head coaches.
I'll cover the big names currently without a program, as well as some of the lesser-known coaches let go or departed following the 2010 season. The goal will be to project where each of the following 10 coaches could end up at some point in 2011.