With the National Football League’s regular season wrapped up, Black Monday in the NFL arrived just after midnight Monday.
The rumor mill continues to spin around the possibility that former University of Miami head coach Butch Davis will take over as head coach of Florida International University’s football team.
The National Football League will wrap up its regular season this weekend and if you’re the head coach of a team not headed to the playoffs, Monday could become Black Monday very quickly.
If Florida International University athletic director Pete Garcia had a plan for the post-Mario Cristobal era, it’s not become apparent so far.
If Florida International University athletic director Pete Garcia fired Mario Cristobal with hopes of bringing in former UM coach Butch Davis, it looks like those dreams may have been dashed.
Former Florida International University head coach Mario Cristobal’s chair isn’t even cold yet, but the focus of the coaching search is turning to a familiar face on South Florida sidelines.
Despite some wild reports earlier this week, it appears that former Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden will not be taking over the head coaching job at the University of Tennessee.
The head coach best known as “Chucky” is the most sought after man on Rocky Top.
Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher said Monday that he’s “committed to this football program” when asked about his future with the Noles.
The Florida State Seminoles loss to Florida on Saturday comes with an extra cost to the defense. Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher confirmed defensive end Cornelius Carradine suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament.