REPORT: Auburn Football Coach Bryan Harsin’s Job Security Is ‘In Question’

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Auburn is reportedly considering moving off head coach Bryan Harsin.

According to Justin Hokanson, Harsin’s “immediate future” with the program is “in question” after a 6-7 season and losing both coordinators. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

If Auburn pulls the trigger on firing Harsin after a single season, you’re going to see chaos unlike anything you’ve seen over the past several years in the program.

I said Auburn made a big mistake when they fired Gus Malzahn. I said it was a foolish and shortsighted decision.

If Harsin gets canned after a single season, I will feel like I was 100% correct.


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If you fire the head coach at a major program after a single season, everyone involved with the decision should also have to face the music because they clearly screwed up as well.

Furthermore, giving a coach a single season is just insane. Nick Saban’s first season with Alabama wasn’t spectacular. Yet, he’s still won six rings with the squad in Tuscaloosa. You can’t judge a guy based on 13 games.


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We’ll see how it all shakes out, but this is simply crazy that we’re even talking about Auburn getting rid of Harsin after one season.