WVU Head Coach Neal Brown may have coached himself off the hot seat.
Morgantown, WV – Sitting at 5-3 overall and 3-2 in Big 12 play, WVU is in prime position to finish the season off strong. For a team that came into the season as the projected worst team in the conference, WVU being in this position is nothing short of a surprise.
One of the biggest questions regarding the Mountaineers this season has been the job security of Head Coach Neal Brown. Many fans were clamoring for him to be fired after going 22-25 through his first five seasons.
Well, it now appears that Neal Brown is officially off the hot seat for the time being, according to the latest odds.
First CFB Coach Fired Odds according to @SportsBettingAG
Jimbo Fisher +400
Dave Aranda +500
Dana Holgersen +500
Mike Locksley +600
Justin Wilcox +600
Tom Allen +700
Ken Wilson +800
Butch Jones +900
Brent Pry +1200
Sam Pittman +1400
Billy Napier +1400
Jim Harbaugh +2500 pic.twitter.com/iDrydlq7Td
— College Football Report (@CFBRep) October 30, 2023
SportsBetting.ag recently revealed their odds for the FBS Head Coach likely to be fired first. Brown, who is now 27-28 overall at WVU, was not included on the list.
However, there were two coaches with West Virginia ties that found themselves in two of the top three spots on the list Jimbo Fisher and Dana Holgorsen.
With another win this Saturday, there will be virtually no chance of WVU parting ways with Brown after the season.
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