College football second-year coach grades: Lance Leipold earns ‘A’ at Kansas, Bryan Harsin gets ‘F’ at Auburn
There was once a time not long ago when people believed that you needed to give a college football coach at least three seasons before you could judge the job they’d done. Things have changed. Coaches are fired in their second season routinely these days, and many more are often placed on the hot seat during their second year if things aren’t moving quickly enough.
With the advent of the transfer portal and skyrocketing salaries, patience has worn thinner than ever before. Rebuilds are supposed to be done in one offseason, and if a coach hasn’t shown strong signs of improvement by the end of his second season, there’s a prevailing belief that he never will.
I suppose that makes it a good time to grade the FBS coaches who just finished their second seasons on the job.
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There were 17 changes among FBS jobs ahead of the 2021 cycle, and while not everybody has proven to be a “home-run hire,” it’s a coaching class that’s doing well, all things considered. Let’s break it down on a case-by-case basis.