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3 Head Coaches On The "Hot Seat" After Week 8

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh on the sideline against Penn State.

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA - OCTOBER 19: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines discusses a previous play with a line judge during the fourth quarter against the Penn State Nittany Lions on October 19, 2019 at Beaver Stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania. Penn State defeats Michigan 28-21. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

Week 8 of the 2019 college football season was an eventful one as far as the "hot seat" head coaching rankings are concerned. A couple of major head coaches are on seats that are getting hot - fast.

We've had one major in-season firing, with Rutgers parting ways with head coach Chris Ash, and more could be on the way.

Here's a look at three head coaches on the hot seat following Week 8.

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh

The Wolverines once again lost a big-time game on Saturday night, falling to Penn State on the road. Jim Harbaugh wasn't happy with the officiating, but a loss is a loss.

And Harbaugh has had plenty of them against top 10 teams since arriving at Michigan.

Michigan won't "fire" Harbaugh (we think, anyway) but it does feel like both sides could mutually part ways.

Arizona head coach Kevin Sumlin

Sumlin is in just his second season at Arizona, though the fan base is already getting pretty frustrated with the former head coach. Arizona was blown out by USC, 41-14, on Saturday night.

Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt

The Volunteers played somewhat well against Alabama on Saturday night, but ultimately lost, 35-13, to drop to 2-5 on the season. Pruitt is now 7-12 as the Vols' head coach. Tennessee's head coach also had a not-so-great moment on the sideline:


What head coaches do you see losing their jobs after the 2019 season?