There are a bunch of new head coaches at major college football programs this season, from Chip Kelly at UCLA to Scott Frost at Nebraska to Jimbo Fisher at Texas A&M.
The results have been mixed so far, with guys like Fisher and Arizona State's Herm Edwards doing well, and Frost, Kelly and others struggling.
Are any of them already approaching the hot seat, though?
One analyst says yes.
That coach: Florida State's Willie Taggart.
It's ridiculously early, but questions are already swirling about Taggart's future in Tallahassee.
It is generally a poor sign about the state of a college football program when someone is compelled to look up the theoretical cost of firing a coach just three games into his tenure.
But that’s where we were Saturday afternoon as Florida State got embarrassed at Syracuse 30-7, continuing what has been apparent since Willie Taggart’s debut on Labor Day against Virginia Tech.
Florida State is, without question, a bad football team. It is also a poorly coached team. Three games in, there is nothing redeeming about the product Taggart is putting on the field.
Wolken isn't the only one who feels this way. Taggart and Florida State were the talk of the college football world on Saturday afternoon, and not for good reasons. Things need to start turning around - and quickly.