Some coaches deserved to be fired (Rich Rod anyone?),but others like Larry Coker. For those who don't know who he is, he was the Head Coach at Miami during early to mid 2000's. He won a national title and was 60-15 during his 6 seasons. He was fired after a mediocre season. Now judging from how the "U" has fared since they've been...mediocre. That's one example I can think of off the top of my head. Anyways, before I ramble on my point is firing coaches because of one bad season or just because they (the A.D. ,G.M....ect.) just doesn't like you. That is what is wrong with football. Mainly in the college game now that it is more about the money and instant gratification. Schools that constantly hire and fire coaches like a bad habit not only look classless, they look pretty stupid as well. There should be rules in place to prevent schools from hiring a coach and then firing that same coach they hired within a certain time frame. We all love to win, but we all (most of us at least) love stability. That's my two cents.