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You can bet on Scott Satterfield to be the first head coach fired this season

Drew Franklin08/15/22

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The Scott Satterfield experience at Louisville has been great for fans of Kentucky Football. In two Governor’s Cup appearances, Satterfield is 0-2 with a collective losing score of 97-34. **Chef’s kiss.** He’s a frequent loser on the in-state recruiting trail, too. Give that man an extension!

Outside of our purposes, Satterfield isn’t much better against Louisville’s other opponents. In three seasons, he is 18-19 overall and 12-13 in the ACC, a basketball conference. With a resume like that, it’s no wonder Satterfield is listed among the eight coaches on the hot seat in the new gambling odds on the first head coach to be fired this college football season.

Satterfield is +1400 on the board behind a group of other head coaches who shouldn’t get too comfortable in their current gigs. Nebraska head coach Scott Frost is the betting favorite to get the first pink slip, followed by Geoff Collins (Georgia Tech), Dino Babers (Syracuse), David Shaw (Stanford), Jedd Fisch (Arizona), Herm Edwards (Arizona State), and Bryan Harsin (Auburn).

Odds to be the first head coach fired

(via Bookies.com):

Scott FrostNebraska+30025%
Geoff CollinsGeorgia Tech+40020%
Dino BabersSyracuse+60014.29%
David ShawStanford+80011.11%
Jedd FischArizona+80011.11%
Herm EdwardsArizona State+10009.09%
Bryan HarsinAuburn+12007.69%
Scott SatterfieldLouisville+14006.67%

I think I’ll sprinkle a little on Harsin. Auburn has Penn State, Missouri, LSU, and Georgia in its first six games.

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