Cue up the Clash because there is less than 36 hours to go before the coaching carousel gets started. I figured it's time for a preview. Coaches in the final year of their deall that have to decide whether or not they will enter the carousel: Mexirican (Western Michigan): He has a lot of seniors but should be in high demand. Is he going to try to build up W. Michigan to a BCS conference invite or bail now? Cougs (Washington St): While he was the only coach to not get to a bowl game, he had the worst team. Does he stay true to his school or get out while while he can? sreese (USF): He said it would take a big offer to get him out of Florida, but we'll see. Will he buck his own history and stick at a school for more than 1 year? Cheez (MTSU): After wanting to take any offer that would get him out of Murfreesboro, Cheez is now telling anyone that will listen that he isn't going anywhere. Is he bluffing or has the 5* QB changed his mind? WhyGod (Rice): WhyGod has had the toughest breaks in the carousel with winning losing a simmed national title game and then being looked over last year despite a great job at Army. No need for a question here, I think we can all assume he's leaving. Everyone else can just sit back and wait to see if they get any offers. Will any of these coaches decide to go into the carousel and get mboda'd and be forced to take a coordinator job? Possible openings where the coach is in their final year. Coach approval percentages in parentheses. Independent BYU (20%) ACC Georgia Tech (35%) Virginia (54%) Big 8 12 Texas (31%) Big Ten Purdue (38%) Northwestern (39%) Big East Cincinnati (39%) Connecticut (51%) Pac 12 Arizona St. (31%) Cal (46%) Stanford (49%) Washington (49%) SEC Kentucky (34%) LSU (41%) Vanderbilt (43%) Other schools with more than 1 year left on their deal that could fire their coach include: Ohio St. (19%) Florida (29%) Missouri (34%) There's also a chance that other head coaches could leave to fill these slots, which would open other schools. So what is it? Will you stay or will you go? If you go there could be trouble, but if you stay it could be double.