First College Football Coach Fired Odds

Its not that bettors are hoping that coaches get fired. But if it is going to happen anyway, may as well bet on it and make some money, right? In this article we will feature a list of the college football coaches most likely to be fired first in the 2022 calendar season. Also, we share with our readers the official odds that Nebraska head coach Scott Frost will be fired before the new year.

As you probably know, Nebraska was defeated by Northwestern in their game which was played in Dublin, Ireland this past weekend. Nebraska was pretty heavily favored with their revamped offense. In fact, they were as high as 14 point favorites at one time. But the game went off with them being favored by 11.5 points at various sportsbooks.

To lose that game straight up was a real blow for head coach Scott Frost who has had a bad time as head coach in his four seasons in Lincoln up to this point. His overall record is an abysmal 15-29. Last year Nebraska went 3-9, their worst record since they started playing football 132 years ago. But the front office gave Frost one more year. He fired a bunch of his assistants and coordinators and brought in the best people he could find, including Pitt offensive coordinator Mark Whipple.

Whipple took over play-calling duties from Frost and not even he could save the Cornhuskers from their meltdown. Nebraska QB Casey Thompson had an outstanding first half of football in this game but came out in the second half throwing inaccurately. He ended up throwing 2 INT’s in the game, the final one closing the door on a potential Nebraska comeback win.

The defense was also shoddy allowing Northwestern QB Ryan Hillinski to throw for 314 yards and two TD’s. RB Evan Hull rushed for 119 yards and a TD and Cam Porter added another 94 yards and a TD. The days of the “blackshirt defense” seem to be long gone.

 

Scott Frost Fired Before End of Regular Season

YES -500

NO +300

 

First ACC Coach to be Fired

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Geoff Collins (Georgia Tech)
+150

Dino Babers (Syracuse)
+200

Mike Norvell (Florida State)
+350

Scott Satterfield (Louisville)
+550

Mack Brown (North Carolina)
+1000

Jeff Hafley (Boston College)
+2500

Mario Cristobal (Miami)
+2500

Mike Elko (Duke)
+5000

Dave Doeren (NC State)
+5000

Pat Narduzzi (Pittsburgh)
+5000

Tony Elliott (Virginia)
+5000

Brent Pry (Virginia Tech)
+5000

Dabo Swinney (Clemson)
+6600

Dave Clawson (Wake Forest)
+6600

 

First Big 12 Coach to be Fired

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Neal Brown (West Virginia)

Chris Klieman (Kansas State)

Matt Campbell (Iowa State)

Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State)

Brent Venables (Oklahoma)

Joey McGuire (Texas Tech)

First Big Ten Coach to be Fired

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Scott Frost (Nebraska)
-1000

Mike Locksley (Maryland)
+500

Tom Allen (Indiana)
+800

Greg Schiano (Rutgers)
+1600

James Franklin (Penn State)
+2000

Jeff Brohm (Purdue)
+2000

Jim Harbaugh (Michigan)
+3300

P.J. Fleck (Minnesota)
+3300

Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern)
+4000

Paul Chryst (Wisconsin)
+4000

Bret Bielema (Illinois)
+6600

Kirk Ferentz (Iowa)
+6600

Mel Tucker (Michigan State)
+6600

Ryan Day (Ohio State)
+100

First Pac-12 Coach to be Fired

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Herm Edwards (Arizona State)
+100

David Shaw (Stanford)
+250

Jedd Fisch (Arizona)
+500

Karl Dorrell (Colorado)
+550

Justin Wilcox (California)
+700

Chip Kelly (UCLA)
+1600

Jonathan Smith (Oregon State)
+2500

Dan Lanning (Oregon)
+5000

Kyle Whittingham (Utah)
+6600

Jake Dickert (Washington State)
+6600

Lincoln Riley (USC)
+10000

Kalen DeBoer (Washington)
+10000

First SEC Coach to be Fired

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Bryan Harsin (Auburn)
-700

Clark Lea (Vanderbilt)
+500

Eliah Drinkwitz (Missouri)
+1000

Mike Leach (Mississippi State)
+1600

Lane Kiffin (Ole Miss)
+2000

Mark Stoops (Kentucky)
+2500

Jimbo Fisher (Texas A & M)
+5000

Shane Beamer (South Carolina)
+6600

Josh Heupel (Tennessee)
+6600

Sam Pittman (Arkansas)
+10000

Billy Napier (Florida)
+25000

Brian Kelly (LSU)
+25000

Nick Saban (Alabama)
+50000

Kirby Smart (Georgia)
+50000