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Friday, November 23, 2007

College football musings

Dennis Franchione announced his resignation following A&M's win over Texas today. Despite winning his last two over the Longhorns, Franchione never quite got the Aggies where they thought he would get them after dumping R.C. Slocum. You can be sure A&M already has a coach in mind.

Elsewhere in the Big 12 on Friday, Bill Callahan should have done what Franchione did - step aside. Instead, Callahan will likely be fired early next week at Nebraska. Wonder if anyone in Nebraska would want Frank Solich back after this disaster?

Just call Ed Orgeron "Coach O-for-the SEC.'' Orgeron's boneheaded fourth-down call ignited rival Mississippi State in the fourth quarter. Ole Miss is winless in the SEC for the first time since 1982. You can make a case for firing Orgeron with three consecutive losing seasons and players stealing clocks and radios from hotel rooms. But Orgeron figures to be back for one final season next year.


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