Sunday November 10, 2019

Arkansas: The Razorbacks have fired Chad Morris. See the details here.

LSU: The Tigers are preparing to pay passing game coordinator / wide receivers coach Joe Brady NFL-type money to keep him in Baton Rouge. Details here.

Boise State: Their win over Wyoming in overtime yesterday marked the eighth win of the season for the Broncos and therefore triggered a 1-year contract extension for Harsin, taking him through January 10th, 2025 with his basic annual compensation for that 2024-25 season to be at least at $2.25 million, Steve Berkowitz points out.

Nuggets: It’s Ed Orgeron and PJ Fleck’s world, and we’re just living in it. — PS Try the dessert this week. Always trust your waiter.

Bowl Bonuses: Clemson’s Dabo Swinney ($50k for ACC Atlantic Division Title), Nevada’s Jay Norvell ($10k for reaching bowl eligibility), Illinois’ Lovie Smith ($10k for bowl eligibility), Cincinnati’s Luke Fickell ($10k for 8th win), Texas’ Tom Herman ($35k for bowl eligibility).

New York Jets: Adam Schefter reports that Jets ownership are expected to “remain patient” with first-year head coach Adam Gase and that “the team will not rush to any decisions” just eight games into the year despite a 1-7 start.

Arkansas: Chad Morris’s Razorbacks dropped to 2-8 on the season yesterday following a 19-45 home loss to Western Kentucky. In nearly two full seasons, the Hogs have failed to win an SEC game. In late September we wrote about his contractual situation and his buyout.

Michigan State: Friday Michigan State’s AD publicly stated there are no plans to fire Mark Dantonio; however, many in the profession believe Dantonio might make the decision himself. Stay tuned. His comments after yesterday’s unbelievable loss to Illinois can’t be something Dantonio is proud of.

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Wagner (FCS – NY): Wagner is conducting an internal investigation into allegations of verbal abuse by head coach Jason Houghtaling, according to the Staten Island Advance.

NFL and College Head Coaching Changes: Keep track of all the head coaching changes from NFL to FBS to NAIA via this page.

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