Things were much simpler when the Bear was around.
Loyalty meant everything and turnover was something that occurred on the field a lot more than off of it.
Fast forward to today. Job security in most of the public sector is virtually non-existent.
That could not be more true where college football coaches are concerned.
In the past half-decade we’ve seen the No. 2 winningest coach of all time run out of town mercilessly. We watched a 16-year head coach who had 100 more wins than losses thrown out with nothing but his $6-million buyout to land on.
But there are a handful of coaches in big-time college football who have a never-ending supply capital to spend for their respective programs.
Out of 120 FBS programs there are about 15 coaches who are safe no matter what.