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Gambling Sports - College Coaching Carousel 2009-10

Gambling sports fans are now “bowling for dollars” as the 2009 college football post season is in full swing with the sports gambling bowl matchups.

Gambling sports fans are already looking ahead to 2010; however, as the college football coaching carousel has made plenty of sports gambling news. The gambling sports “firing squad” has been quite busy starting with the departure of a legend from Florida State.

Bobby Bowden, who built the Florida State program from nothing into an elite sports gambling commodity was finally forced out after 388 career wins. He will be replaced for the 2010 sports betting season by offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher.

Cincinnati had their greatest gambling sports season ever in 2009 but it ended on an ugly note as their coach, Brian Kelly, deserted them for Notre Dame, who fired Charlie Weiss after their 2009 gambling sports finale loss at Stanford.

Kelly wouldn’t even hang around for the Bearcats BCS-Sugar Bowl gambling sports matchup against Florida.  Butch Jones, head man at Central Michigan, will replace Kelly at Cincinnati for 2010.  Mark Mangino lead an outstanding gambling sports turnaround at Kansas in which he got KU a BCS-Orange Bowl win in the 2007 season.

But allegations of player abuse and a 7 game losing streak at the end of this gambling sports season forced him out.  Buffalo’s Turner Gill will take his place.  Gill will be replaced at Buffalo for the 2010 gambling sports season by Jeff Quinn after he coaches Cincinnati in the Sugar Bowl in place of Kelly.

Quinn was the Bearcat offensive coordinator.  Steve Kragthorpe failed to keep Louisville in the national picture or even get them into a bowl after taking over in 2007 for Bobby Petrino and thus was sent packing.  Charlie Strong, the defensive coordinator at Florida, will take his place.

Al Groh was fired at Virginia after making only one bowl game since 2005.  He was replaced by Mike London, who made his mark at 1-AA Richmond.  Mike Sanford was the latest coach at UNLV to fail at that coaching graveyard.

The Rebels hired Bobby Hauck to take his place after a highly successful run at Montana, where he led them to three consecutive 1-AA title games.