The coaching carousel started early this season with Rutgers firing Chris Ash and now the first NFL team of the season has fired its coach as the Washington Redskins let go of Jay Gruden following the team’s 0-5 start.

Gruden led Washington to a 35-49-1 overall record during his time with the franchise and just one playoff berth and was coming off a 33-7 loss to New England before his firing on Sunday evening.

Following every coaching change, it doesn’t take long for betting odds to be released for the next man up on the job and was the first to release odds for the next head coach in Washington. Several NFL veterans and assistants may top the list that drew up, but under the lead candidates, many current college coaches populate the list.

Including some current SEC coaches.

Here are the three coaches from the league listed, as well as their current odds to take over in Washington:

  • Guz Malzahn 50-1
  • Jimbo Fisher 100-1
  • Nick Saban 250-1

Here are some of the notable college coaches from around the nation that have odds to take over the NFL franchise:

  • Jim Harbaugh 25-1
  • Ryan Day 50-1
  • Chip Kelly 50-1
  • Lincoln Riley 50-1
  • Mike Gundy 100-1
  • Lane Kiffin 100-1
  • Matt Rhule 100-1
  • Mike Leach 100-1
  • Matt Campbell 100-1
  • Tom Herman 100-1
  • Chris Petersen 200-1
  • David Shaw 200-1
  • Brian Kelly 200-1
  • Urban Meyer 200-1
  • Dabo Swinney 250-1