College football hot seat tracker: Wisconsin reportedly targeting Cincinnati's Luke Fickell

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Unfortunately, the regular college football season has come to an end. While the action on the field may be slowing down, the end of the regular season opens the floodgates for big activity in the coaching market. Which head coaches have been fired? Who changes to another job? Here is a running list of the ongoing movement in the college football coaching carousel. This is updated chronologically.
Is Luke Fickell moving to Wisconsin?
Since Wisconsin fired Paul Chryst on Oct. 2, signs point to Jim Leonhard being placed in the full-time job.
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Leonhard, a Wisconsin native, UW football graduate and longtime NFL player, was Chryst's defensive coordinator and is considered a rising star in the coaching industry. After Chryst's firing, he served as the Badgers' interim head coach for the final seven weeks, but Wisconsin only went 4-3 under his supervision. Wisconsin fell to 6-6 with a loss to Minnesota on Saturday.
On Sunday, it appears the UW brasses are looking in a different direction. ESPN's Pete Thamel reports that Wisconsin is targeting Cincinnati's Luke Fickell as its next head coach. No deal has been signed, according to Thamel, but "there is a lot of pressure" from Wisconsin to agree to a deal with Fickell "in the next 48 hours."
Fickell is 57-18 in six years as Bearcats coach and famously led UC to the 2021 college football playoffs. Before going to Cincinnati, he was an assistant coach at Ohio State from 2002 to 2016 and had a stint as OSU's interim head coach back in 2011.
Could Cincinnati head coach Luke Fickell be headed to the Big Ten? (AP Photo/Jeff Dean)
Arizona State is hiring 32-year-old Kenny Dillingham
Five years ago, the state of Arizona curiously hired 63-year-old Herm Edwards to run its football program. ASU's new head coach is half his age.
The Sun Devils announced the signing of 32-year-old Kenny Dillingham on Sunday morning. Dillingham, an Arizona State alum, spent the 2022 season as an offensive coordinator in Oregon. Prior to his season at Eugene, Dillingham served as an offensive coordinator at Memphis, Auburn and Florida State.
The Arizona native will become the youngest FBS head coach and he's inheriting a program that just went 3-9. You can read more about renting in Dillingham here.
David Shaw resigns after another lost season
David Shaw never won fewer than eight games in his first eight seasons as Stanford head coach. During that span, the Cardinal won three Pac-12 titles and two Rose Bowls. Things have taken a massive downturn since then, leading to Shaw's resignation late Saturday night.
Stanford has gone 3-9 in each of the last two seasons with just a 3-15 record in Pac-12 play. Shaw resigned after a loss to BYU on Saturday night.
"After much prayer and several discussions with my wife, one phrase keeps coming to mind—it's time," Shaw said. "There are not enough words to describe the love and gratitude I have for my family, all my past and current players, my staff, this administration and the entire Stanford family. I thank all of you."
In 12 seasons, Shaw had a 96-54 record at his alma mater. He is the most successful coach in the history of the program.
More information on Shaw's decision to step down can be found here.
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