Turner Gill's coaching career at the University of Kansas didn't start off ideally after losing his inaugural game as KU's head coach to North Dakota State by a score of 6-3. Gill has since racked up a total of five wins in his first 23 games as KU's head football coach, and it doesn't look like the program is taking many steps in the right direction.
Gill should still have another couple of years to prove himself to be the right guy to coach Kansas' football team despite his 5-18 record in almost two compete seasons in Lawrence, Kan.
It wouldn't be right if Turner was fired before he had the opportunity to bring in a full recruiting class over four years and replace the leftover recruits that remained from the Mark Mangino era.
The Kansas Jayhawks football team may be a disgrace to the university, but Turner should be allowed more time to rebuild the program before he gets canned.