Let's see: In the last two weeks, Steve Spurrier unexpectedly quit after twelve years as head football coach at the University of Florida because he wants to try the NFL. On the other hand, coach Chan Gailey left the pros for college, and Tyrone Willingham quit Stanford for Notre Dame, where he will replace George O'Leary. O'Leary was Notre Dame's coach for five days after leaving Georgia Tech -- the program Gailey will now take over. Meanwhile, the San Diego Chargers fired Mike Riley, who may wind up in Willingham's old job at Stanford. Furthermore, Jim Mora has been fired by the Indianapolis Colts, and Marty Schottenheimer was canned by the Washington Redskins, a job Spurrier landed. In a related development, Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan became the hot candidate to replace Spurrier at Florida, but he... More >>>