Geoff Collins was let go by Georgia Tech today, making it the newest member of the Power 5 to change coaches.
Collins struggled mightily in Atlanta, collecting a 10-28 overall record and a 7-19 record in ACC competition.
He had challenges in replacing Paul Johnson and transitioning from a triple option scheme, but failure to provide results will eventually result in termination.
Collins' big moment occurred on Sunday, and nobody in college football seemed particularly surprised by this turn of events.
Even before Collins was fired, there was talk of Deion Sanders assuming the helm at Georgia Tech.
Sanders' departure from Jackson State won't be simple, and the Yellow Jackets likely face opposition, but Carl Reed of 247Sports reports that GT is interested in "Coach Prime."