Wikipedia Miami Profile Current job: Head Coach at University of Miami (2011-present) 6-6 record in 2011 7-5 record in 2012 Rivals recruiting ranks 2011 transitional recruiting class: #36 2012 class: #9 2013 class (so far): #56 (only 10 commits, with 5 being 4* prospects) 2006-2010: Head Coach at Temple University 1-11 record in 2006 (Temple had been booted from Big East and was independent that season) 4-8 record in 2007 (MAC conference) 5-7 record in 2008 8-4 record in 2009 7-4 record in 2010 2001-2005: Defensive Coordinator at the University of Virginia - When hired, was the youngest DC in the nation. Turned a defense ranked in the 100s into a top 20 squad. Previous Experience 2000: Penn State LB Coach 1997-99: Boston College LB Coach 1994-96: Vigginia GA (LBs & Special Teams) Current Contract: $2 million per year through 2019, including a hefty buyout Why he might leave Miami: NCAA violations occurred before he was there. Allegedly, he was misled about them until after he had accepted the job. After Miami self-imposed a bowl ban in 2011, he was assured that Miami would not self-impose additional penalties over these old incidents. Miami just self-imposed a 2012 bowl ban a few weeks ago. Conventional wisdom is that the NCAA hammer is about to drop and this would free Golden of the buyout clauses in his contract. Why he might not choose Colorado: There are some big dogs that are interested in him. Also, Boston College is making a play and he has a relationship there from his first BCS coaching job.