Bet on the First College Head Coach Fired in Each Conference - 2022 Season

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Don Shapiro
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Bryan Harsin (Auburn) is among the big favorites to be fired first in his respective conference at -1000.

Auburn is only pegged to win 6 regular season games.  Anything more, Harsin could avoid the chopping block.

BetOnline has odds for each conference.  Geoff Collins (Georgia Tech) is the 2-1 favorite in the ACC, Neal Brown (West Virginia) and Steve Sarkisian (Texas) are technically co-favorites at around EVEN odds in the Big 12 and, to pretty much nobody's surprise, Scott Frost (Nebraska) is the -120 favorite in the Big 10. 

This is the first time a sportsbook has ever offered this market, and every coach is on the betting board.

First ACC Coach Fired            

Geoff Collins (Georgia Tech)               +200

Dino Babers (Syracuse)                       +225

Mike Norvell (Florida State)               +275

Scott Satterfield (Louisville)                +500

Mack Brown (North Carolina)            +700

Jeff Hafley (Boston College)               +2500

Mario Cristobal (Miami)                     +2500

Brent Pry (Virginia Tech)                     +5000

Dave Doeren (NC State)                      +5000

Mike Elko (Duke)                                +5000

Pat Narduzzi (Pittsburgh)                   +5000

Tony Elliott (Virginia)                          +5000

Dabo Swinney (Clemson)                    +6600

Dave Clawson (Wake Forest)              +6600


First Big 12 Coach Fired                     

Neal Brown (West Virginia)                +100

Steve Sarkisian (Texas)                       +110

Chris Klieman (Kansas State)              +1000

Matt Campbell (Iowa State)               +1000

Dave Aranda (Baylor)                         +3300

Lance Leipold (Kansas)                       +4000

Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State)           +4000

Brent Venables (Oklahoma)               +5000

Joey McGuire (Texas Tech)                 +5000

Sonny Dykes (TCU)                             +5000


First Big Ten Coach Fired                  

Scott Frost (Nebraska)                        -120

Tom Allen (Indiana)                            +400

Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern)            +600

Greg Schiano (Rutgers)                       +700

James Franklin (Penn State)               +1200

Jeff Brohm (Purdue)                           +1200

Mike Locksley (Maryland)                  +1600

Jim Harbaugh (Michigan)                   +2500

P.J. Fleck (Minnesota)                         +2500

Paul Chryst (Wisconsin)                      +3300

Bret Bielema (Illinois)                         +5000

Mel Tucker (Michigan State)              +5000

Kirk Ferentz (Iowa)                             +6600

Ryan Day (Ohio State)                        +10000


First Pac-12 Coach Fired                    

Herm Edwards (Arizona State)           +225

David Shaw (Stanford)                        +250

Jedd Fisch (Arizona)                            +260

Karl Dorrell (Colorado)                       +400

Justin Wilcox (California)                    +500

Chip Kelly (UCLA)                                +1600

Jonathan Smith (Oregon State)          +2500

Dan Lanning (Oregon)                        +5000

Jake Dickert (Washington State)        +6600

Kyle Whittingham (Utah)                    +6600

Kalen DeBoer (Washington)               +10000

Lincoln Riley (USC)                              +10000


First SEC Coach Fired             

Bryan Harsin (Auburn)                        -1000

Clark Lea (Vanderbilt)                         +500

Eliah Drinkwitz (Missouri)                   +1600

Mike Leach (Mississippi State)           +1600

Lane Kiffin (Ole Miss)                          +2000

Jimbo Fisher (Texas A&M)                  +5000

Josh Heupel (Tennessee)                    +6600

Shane Beamer (South Carolina)         +6600

Sam Pittman (Arkansas)                     +10000

Billy Napier (Florida)                           +25000

Brian Kelly (LSU)                                 +25000

Kirby Smart (Georgia)                         +50000

Nick Saban (Alabama)                         +50000

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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