Here's a list (so far) of coaches that have been let go: Arkansas - John L. Smith Auburn - Gene Chizik Boston College - Frank Spaziani California - Jeff Tedford Colorado - Jon Embree Purdue - Danny "Black" Hope (yes I know, technically, he's "White", but loved mudsharking in Florida for recruits) Tennessee - Derek Dooley Outside of Spaziani (who was just not a very good coach, although he was White-friendly in recruiting) they are all pretty much Caste whores, especially with Chizik. Not that Chizik's replacement will be any more White-friendly in the Caste-ridden, racist (anti-White) SEC. I wonder what team Chizik will pollute next, like he polluted Iowa St before moving on to Auburn. It's looking like the NCAA is about to charge them with some major infractions, so I'm hoping that scares other Universities away from taking a chance on him. Hopefully, he'll just take his $7.5M buyout and retire early. Good riddance. Tedford used to be fairly White-friendly, but his team this year was pretty much an unwatchable coal-fest (and not very good, either...coincidence?). He even bought into the hype and started a halflete at QB this year. What? Didn't Aaron Rogers create the necessary profile and template of what makes for a successful QB while he was at California? Or Chris Conte or Mike Mohamed at their respective positions? How quickly he forgot...or was brainwashed. Embree seemed like he was being fair with White players, but then last year's and next year's recruiting classes weren't, ignoring some of the very good White talent in Colorado. He let Wyoming grab a 3-star (White) DL from Colorado without a fight (or an offer). Athough, to be fair, neither did SEC-loving CSU coach McElwain. I think Embree bought into the conventional "wisdom" that having a black team automatically meant having a successful team. Probably suffering from the "McCartney Affect". Didn't he learn anything from Harbaugh when he met with him to see how he was able to establish very successful (and White-friendly) teams while at Stanford? First rule of thumb is to secure your borders and get the best players from your state to come play for you. I guess he was too busy scouting Washington D.C., Texas, and California for "real athletes" instead of going after the plethora of in-state talent that was equal or better. Don't know much about Smith or Dooley, although it seemed as though Dooley was more open to recruiting White players than any other Tennessee coach in recent memory, especially in comparison to one of the ultimate Caste-whore coaches of all time, Phillip Fulmer, whom I've read may again be considered for the vacant Tennessee job.