Cally-fired Wannstedt-about to be fired Groh-saved his bacon this year, many wanted him fired Gailey-fired Dorrell-likely to be fired Carroll-success poster boy Weis-started out well, turned in worst ND team in memory, many want him fired Brewster-failed miserably in first year Cam Cameron-canned at IU Looking at it the other way around CFB guys who went pro: Saban-crash and burn Spurrier-ditto Granny Holtz-ditto Mike Riley-ditto Dennis the Menace-ditto Cam Cameron-probably will be canned at Miami securiing the difficult NFL-CFB firing exacta. I can't think of anybody who successfully spanned the NFL to college, or college to NFL bridge except Carroll (Brookhart at Akron, maybe, but I am not sure he came from the NFL). Of course, he has about 10-15 first to third rounders on his roster every year which helps. Can any of you guys name somebody else? I think Aggie made a move that is well, Aggielike. I think it is bound to fail. Somebody convince me otherwise.