When Rodriguez was fired people complained that three years was not enough time. He needed four years at least.
Well, two coaches got even less time than Rich did at schools with far less resources to work with then what he had at Michigan. It seems that Kansas and Memphis have less patience than UM does when it comes to losing.
What is going on in college football? Two years at Kansas and Memphis is all one gets? Really?
I think this is going to be the next big story out of college football. The fact that both coaches--both of whom are black--received only two years is going to spark debate. The racial element is going to be a significant driving force behind this story.
It should be interesting to see the reaction to these firings over the next couple of days. The shortage of coaches who are black combined with extraordinary short tenures allowed each coach tells me that this is a story that is going to blow up over the next week.