So, who’s getting fired today?

Nebraska, Arizona State, Georgia Tech, Colorado and Wisconsin already have fired their head coach this season.

Does Auburn wait another week on poor Bryan Harsin or hit “send” on the press release on yet another Separation Sunday?

It’s too early for Brent Venables or Brent Pry to be worried, right? Right?

Are we back on the Jimbo Watch?

I’ll tell you somebody who needs to be fired: Just about everybody in the Golden State Warriors organization who tried to cover up for Draymond Green.

Those are among the 10 things I’m absolutely overreacting to after Week 6 in and around the SEC.

10. You do what Draymond did, and you’re fired …

We’ll get to college football in a minute, but sports has a serious and continuing culture problem.

Bad behavior aside, the biggest problem is that management continues to cover up and protect its bad boys, which breeds more bad behavior.

The NBA reminded us of that fact again this week when the Golden State Warriors tried to play off Draymond Green’s unprovoked assault of teammate Jordan Poole as, you know, these things happen, no big deal, boys will be boys. Initially, the Warriors alone controlled the narrative, and they absolutely sold the altercation as routine. They assured the public there was no problem, they’d handle it internally without any need for NBA oversight, blah, blah, blah.

Case dismissed. Play on.

Then, a couple of days after their lame response, the video was released.

Holy Ron Artest. Green’s actions were so egregious it makes you wonder, if the Warriors acted so nonchalantly about this, what else has he done?

We would have been fired on the spot and likely arrested if we walked up to a colleague and threw a sucker punch like the one Green threw.

Why is workplace violence any different in sports?

Exposed, how did the Warriors respond to the video? They launched an investigation to determine who leaked it. Green called the leak “bull—.” That’s outrageous. That’s a culture problem — from head coach Steve Kerr on down.

Consider this: Green felt comfortable enough that he could casually walk over to Poole, confront him, throw that punch and get away with it.

Whoever leaked the video is a hero.

9. Billy Napier tried to give it away …

I’ve questioned Billy Napier’s play-calling several times already this year. That’s not ideal, considering we’re just 6 games into his Florida tenure. Almost always, the problem is timing.

Saturday, with Florida protecting a 7-point lead late in the 4th quarter against Missouri, Napier did it again.

Florida had just run it down Mizzou’s throat on its previous drive for a TD to extend its lead to 24-10. The biggest run of a 91-yard drive, of course, came from Anthony Richardson, who actually was trying to throw before taking off for a 32-yard scamper that set up a Gators TD.

After Florida’s TD, Mizzou scored to make it 24-17 with just over 5 minutes left.

Trevor Etienne promptly ripped off back-to-back 16-yard runs, picking up 2 first downs and moving the Gators across midfield. The clock was rolling. Inside 4 minutes left. A stuffed run and a penalty set up a 2nd-and-19. Who cares? Run the ball twice more, punt, and force Mizzou to go 90 yards for a tying TD. Simple stuff.

Instead, Napier called back-to-back passing plays. Richardson completed a safe pass for 5 yards. On 3rd-and-14 at Mizzou’s 47, however, when a run would have kept the clock going and set up a punt, Richardson threw over the middle into triple coverage. The pass was tipped and Mizzou intercepted.

Why? Florida was averaging 7.2 yards per rush. Calling a pass play in that situation made no sense.

The Tigers took over at their 32. Basically, Napier’s play call gave Mizzou a 20-yard head start on their final attempt to tie the score.

Florida’s defense saved the day, but Napier’s play-calling again made it way more complicated than it needed to be.

8. Auburn, is that you?

It’s one of the SEC’s many unwritten rules: The more Auburn throws, the more Auburn loses.

Robby Ashford threw 38 passes Saturday in a lopsided loss at Georgia. The outcome wasn’t the least bit surprising. The “how” and “why,” however, beg for answers.

Consider this: From 2000 to this morning, Auburn is 4-18 when it attempts 38 or more passes in a game.

Why in the world is Ashford, a backup with dual-threat talent, throwing 38 times in back-to-back games?

It’s just the latest example of why Bryan Harsin isn’t what Auburn needs.

7. The backup plans didn’t work

Week 6 in the SEC belonged to the backups — and it wasn’t pretty.

Kentucky, without Will Levis, scored 2 TDs in a deflating loss to South Carolina.

Arkansas, without KJ Jefferson, tossed 2 interceptions in a humbling 40-17 loss to Mississippi State.

Alabama, without Bryce Young, won a battle of the backups between Jalen Milroe and Haynes King, but it was hardly a thing of beauty.

6. Brent Venables, it won’t get any easier …

Not every successful coordinator is cut out to be a successful head coach.

For every Kirby Smart, there are a dozen more Chad Morrises.

Oklahoma fans have to be wondering what, exactly, they have in Brent Venables. We know about his defensive acumen, which included a successful DC stint at Oklahoma. We also know he’s a career assistant turned rookie head coach.

Smart needed time to figure it out at Georgia.

Maybe Venables will, too.

But this has to scare you: Venables is the first OU coach to start 0-3 in conference play in his debut season. His defense has allowed 145 in 3 Big 12 games — all losses. And the Sooners just suffered their biggest blowout loss in Red River Showdown history — a 49-0 blistering that will linger until next year’s Red River Showdown.

It’s probably too early to start wondering whether Venables will be on the sideline for that game, but, without question, the honeymoon is over.

5. 5 notable numbers

  • 946: That’s how many career completions Will Rogers has — in 2+ plus seasons at Mississippi State. Saturday, he broke Aaron Murray’s SEC record of 921. Rogers also threw 3 more TD passes, giving him 69 overall — 1 shy of tying Dak Prescott’s school record.
  • 320! Pitt’s unheralded star RB Israel Abanikanda ran for a school-record 320 yards and 6 TDs against Virginia Tech.
  • 1-0: That’s Nebraska interim coach Mickey Joseph’s record in one-possession games after the ‘Skers rallied for a 14-13 victory over Rutgers. Remember, all of those one-score losses — including 2 more this season — were the reason Scott Frost was fired.
  • 1: Kayshon Boutte finally caught his first TD pass this season. He had 9 last season in 6 games.
  • 64: That’s how long Stetson Bennett’s career-best TD run was Saturday.

4. The 4 Playoff teams are …

1. Ohio State, 2. Georgia, 3. Clemson, 4. Tennessee

The Buckeyes look like an offensive juggernaut — even as they continue to play without their best receiver, Jaxon Smith-Njigba. They topped 44 points for the 5th consecutive week and will enter their bye week as the nation’s highest-scoring offense. A visit to Penn State on Oct. 29 looks tougher on paper than it will be in reality.

Georgia has a lot of weapons, too. How many? Well, its quarterback registered the longest run of the day and then there’s this …

3. Where’s Alabama in the Playoff poll?

Sitting out this week, just like Bryce Young did Saturday.

I like watching dual-threat QBs more than most, Jalen Milroe included, but Alabama isn’t going to the Playoff with anybody other than a healthy Young. And I don’t think they’ll beat Tennessee next week even if Young plays.

2. This will be a fun week in College Station …

I’ll let Aggies fans react to that.

(I’ll give them a minute though to get over the missed pass interference on the final play. Because it clearly was …)

Thing is: Johnny Manziel is right about the play call. I would have put the ball in Devon Achane’s hands, one way or another.

How much would you have paid to watch Manziel call an audible in that situation?

1. Tennessee’s Playoff problem …

The Vols’ revival is the best story in college football. Well, this side of Los Angeles, anyway.

Everything is coming up orange. But here’s the problem even if Tennessee takes down Alabama next week, which I think will happen.

They’ll still have to beat Georgia in Athens … and then maybe Alabama again in the SEC title game.

Alabama rarely loses 2 SEC games in a season — never to the same team.

The schedule is the biggest hurdle. It’s setting up just like Auburn’s run in 2017. The Tigers knocked off permanent-partner Georgia and then Alabama to climb into Playoff position … then had to beat Georgia again in the SEC title game to clinch a spot. The Tigers fell short.

Nobody else had to do that.

Just like nobody else will have to survive the gauntlet that Tennessee is about to face.

Just imagine how much easier — and realistic — the Vols’ Playoff path would be if their permanent cross-over opponent was, say, Arkansas instead of Alabama.