College Football's Coach on the Hot Seat Rankings: Post-Week 2 Edition

USC and Texas were two of the biggest disappointments last Saturday, and the pressure on Mack Brown and Lane Kiffin went up a notch or two. Despite having a backfield full of options and a talented receiving corps, the Trojans’ offense continues to sputter. The Longhorns couldn’t stop BYU’s rushing attack, prompting Brown to fire coordinator Manny Diaz.

It’s only Week 2, so there is time to turn things around for Texas and USC. However, with conference play almost in full swing, both coaches are running out of time.

Kffin and Brown take the top two spots in Athlon’s post-Week 2 hot seat rankings, with Connecticut’s Paul Pasqualoni a close third.

UNLV’s Bobby Hauck, Miami (Ohio)’s Bobby Hauck and Central Michigan’s Dan Enos are the top coaches on the hot seat from the non-BCS conferences.

Ranking All 125 CFB Coaches on Hot Seat/Pressure on Program to Win in 2013

RkCoachTeam2013 RecordAnalysis
1Lane Kiffin1-1Time to right the ship, but offense is struggling.
2Mack Brown1-1Firing coordinators after Week 2 isn't a good sign.
3Paul Pasqualoni0-1Huskies face former coach Randy Edsall in Week 3.
4Bobby Hauck0-2Rebels off to 0-2 start, but schedule has been tough.
5Don Treadwell0-2RedHawks next two games: Cincinnati and Illinois.
6Dan Enos1-1Chippewas barely avoided loss to FCS team.
7Ron English1-1As expected, EMU overmatched against Penn State.
8Kirk Ferentz1-1 
9Norm Chow0-2Warriors will struggle to win more than two games.
10Charley Molnar0-2Umass lost to FCS opponent Maine in Week 2.
11Jeff Quinn0-2Bulls should make noise in MAC play.
12Carl Pelini0-2Owls have scored 19 points in two games.
13Ron Turner0-2FIU's offense is averaging 172 yards per game.
14Tony Levine2-0Cougars off to a solid 2-0 start.
15Tim Beckman2-0New OC Bill Cubit is making a big difference.
16Gary Pinkel2-0Can the Tigers get bowl eligible?
17Joey Jones1-1South Alabama picked up a good win at Tulane.
18Skip Holtz1-1 
19Doc Holliday2-0 
20Jim Grobe1-1Wake Forest's offense is struggling.
21Rich Ellerson1-1 
22Charlie Weis1-0Jayhawks snapped 11-game losing streak in Week 2.
23Mike London1-1 
24Rick Stockstill1-1 
25Dan Mullen0-1 
26Dana Holgorsen1-1WVU's offense searching for the right mix.
27Randy Edsall2-0Terrapins off to impressive start.
28Dave Christensen1-1 
29Steve Sarkisian1-0 
30Bo Pelini2-0 
31Kyle Whittingham2-0Utes offense looking better under Dennis Erickson.
32Dan McCarney1-1 
33David Bailiff0-1 
34Kevin Wilson1-1 
35June Jones1-1SMU also barely avoided loss to FCS team in Week 2.
36Rocky Long0-2Aztecs off to rough start.
37P.J. Fleck0-2Broncos lost to a bad FCS team in Week 2.
38Larry Blakeney2-0 
39Kyle Flood1-1 
40George O'Leary2-0 
41Frank Beamer1-1Still waiting to see improvement on offense.
42Garrick McGee0-2 
43Scott Shafer0-2Shafer should get first win in Week 3.
44Tommy Tuberville1-1 
45Terry Bowden1-1 
46Jim McElwain0-2 
47Bob Davie1-1 
48Sean Kugler0-1Lost debut in overtime to New Mexico.
49Curtis Johnson1-1 
50Bobby Petrino1-1Turnovers, turnovers and more turnovers.
51Rod Carey1-0 
52Paul Chryst0-1 
53Mike Leach1-1Cougars making progress in Leach's second year.
54Mike Riley1-1 
55Ruffin McNeill2-0 
56Todd Monken0-2 
57Matt Rhule0-2 
58Mark Helfrich2-0Ducks continue to roll.
59Brian Polian1-1 
60Ron Caragher1-1 
61Dave Clawson2-0BGSU is the team to beat in the MAC East.
62Paul Haynes1-1 
63Bryan Harsin1-1 
64Dennis Franchoine2-0 
65Matt Wells1-1 
66Mark Richt1-1Georgia is frontrunner in SEC East.
67Mark Dantonio2-0Can the offense find a spark?
68Bronco Mendenhall1-1Big win over Texas.
69Dabo Swinney2-0 
70Jimbo Fisher1-0 
71Brady Hoke2-0 
72Bob Stoops2-0 
73Al Golden2-0Was the win over Florida the best of Golden's tenure?
74Frank Solich1-1 
75Jerry Kill2-0 
76Ken Niumatalolo1-0 
77Darrell Hazell1-1Wasn't pretty, but Boilermakers held off Indiana State.
78Willie Taggart0-2Expect more improvement from USF in future weeks.
79Mark Stoops1-1 
80Bill Blankenship1-1 
81Matt Campbell0-2 
82Paul Johnson1-0 
83Trent Miles0-2Miles has a tough road ahead at Georgia State.
84Troy Calhoun1-1 
85Paul Petrino0-2 
86Doug Martin0-2 
87Butch Jones2-0 
88Tim DeRuyter2-0 
89Gus Malzahn2-0 
90Bret Bielema2-0 
91Larry Fedora1-1 
92Jim Mora1-0 
93Steve Addazio2-0 
94Dave Doeren2-0 
95Sonny Dykes1-1 
96Rich Rodriguez2-0
97Todd Graham1-0
98Mike MacIntyre2-0
99Justin Fuente0-1
100Will Muschamp1-1
101Brian Kelly1-1
102Les Miles2-0
103Larry Coker1-1
104Pete Lembo2-0
105Todd Berry1-1
106Paul Rhoads0-1
107Gary Andersen2-0
108David Cutcliffe2-0
109Hugh Freeze2-0
110Kliff Kingsbury2-0
111Mark Hudspeth0-2
112Kevin Sumlin2-0
113James Franklin1-1
114Mike Gundy2-0
115Chris Petersen1-1
116Bill Snyder1-1
117Charlie Strong2-0
118Steve Spurrier1-1
119Gary Patterson1-1
120Art Briles2-0
121Bill O'Brien2-0
122David Shaw1-0
123Pat Fitzgerald2-0
124Urban Meyer2-0
125Nick Saban1-0

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