McLaughlin: Pac-12 Football Head Coaches Feeling Pressure

Spencer identifies the head coaches who may be on the hot seat entering the 2022 season

Posted on July 25, 2022


  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on Pac-12 for SuperWest Sports

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Later this week the Pac-12 will have its media day (on July 29th), and there figures to be an over-abundance of questions to the coaches about conference realignment.

With no breaking news on that front (for now), it’s time to focus on a 2022 football season that is right around the corner.

Which coaches are on the hot seat once the season starts in early September?

On today’s episode of Locked On Pac-12, I turn my attention to the upcoming football season in the conference of champions.

Herm Edwards’ name is certainly at or near the top of the list when talking about coaches who may not be with their current school when the 2023 season kicks off.

Who else might have some added pressure this year?

Washington football pac-12One coach who, obviously, is not on the hot seat is Washington’s newly-hired Kalen DeBoer.

Going into his first year in Seattle off of a 4-8 season, what should expectations be for the Huskies? A rapid turnaround where Washington is a contender this year seems unlikely.

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