College football hot seat: Insider says 2 coaches sit on hottest seats
Hot seat talk is heating up around the country as we enter the final couple of weeks of the regular season.
Several big-name coaches have already been fired this year, and more could be coming. The only question now is, who is in the most danger?
FOX insider Bruce Feldman explained on Saturday why Florida’s Dan Mullen and Washington’s Jimmy Lake are on the hottest seats in America:
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“Going forward, Dan Mullen is in real jeopardy there. He can not afford anymore losses if he has any hopes of coming back next year,” Feldman said. “But I hear it’s really Jimmy Lake who is in the most danger. Lake is suspended this week for an incident that happened in last week’s game. From what I understand, there is mounting frustration with how he’s handled several situations there and there is real concern that Jimmy Lake has lost that team.”
Will either Lake or Mullen get fired after the season? We’ll find out over the next couple of weeks, it seems.