Kiffin's Seat Hottest in All of College Football

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Your college football coach will not be your college football coach forever. And chances are your college football coach will not leave your program under his own free will. Thus, it's time for our esteemed seven-man panel to take a crack at the percent likelihood that each FBS coach will not be joining us again for hot seat rankings in 2014.

Everything here is wrong, because this is an absurd thing to quantify. A brief explanation of what you're about to review:

For each coach, the question for our panelists is: "How likely is this coach to be fired if his team goes 6-6 this year?" This isn't entirely about who is on the hot seat. We're also considering who could hypothetically be very soon.

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