The carousel is still spinning; when will Chad Morris step off?
Clemson seems to have weathered its most serious threat to keeping its offensive coordinator for a third year, though opportunities remain should Morris choose to take a mid-major gig as a step up to the big time.
Here's a quick rundown of college head coaching changes, filled and still open:
Texas Tech: Tommy Tuberville left for the head coaching job at Cincinnati, and on Wednesday hired Texas A&M offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury, a former standout quarterback for the Raiders.
Arkansas: Fired John L. Smith, and hired Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema just after he coached the Badgers to the Rose Bowl.
Arkansas State: Replaced Gus Malzahn with Texas co-offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin.
Auburn: Fired Gene Chizik, and hired Arkansas State coach Gus Malzahn, who spent three seasons as the Tigers' offensive coordinator.
Boston College: Fired Frank Spaziani, and hired Temple coach Steve Addazio.
California: Fired Jeff Tedford, and hired Louisiana Tech coach Sonny Dykes, who earlier had interviewed for the opening at N.C. State.
Cincinnati: Butch Jones left to become head coach at Tennessee, and was replaced by Tuberville.
Colorado: Fired Jon Embree, hired San Jose State coach Mike MacIntyre, after pursuing Cincinnati's Jones.
Georgia State: Bill Curry retired, and was replaced by Indiana State coach Trent Miles.
Idaho: Fired Robb Akey, and hired former Arkansas offensive coordinator Paul Petrino.
Kentucky: Fired Joker Phillips, and hired former Florida State defensive coordinator Mark Stoops.
North Carolina State: Fired Tom O'Brien, and hired Northern Illinois coach Dave Doeren.
Northern Illinois: After Doeren left for N.C. State, NIU elevated offensive coordinator Rod Carey.
Purdue: Fired Danny Hope, and hired Kent State coach Darrell Hazell.
South Florida: Fired Skip Holtz, and hired Western Kentucky coach Willie Taggart.
Southern Mississippi: Fired Ellis Johnson after an 0-12 season, and hired Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken.
Tennessee: Fired Derek Dooley, pursued Louisville's Charlie Strong, and then hired Cincinnati coach Butch Jones.
UTEP: After Mike Price 'retired,' hired Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Sean Kugler.
Western Kentucky: When Taggart left for South Florida, he was replaced by former Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino.
Florida International: Fired Mario Cristobal, and was turned down by former UNC coach Butch Davis.
Kent State: Looking to build on a solid foundation left by Darrell Hazell.
Louisiana Tech: Already sitting out the bowl season, Louisiana Tech is now looking for a like-minded replacement for Sonny Dykes.
San Jose State: Starting over under a new athletic director.
Temple: For the second time in three years, the Owls are looking to replace a coach who bolted for the ACC.
Western Michigan: Fired Bill Cubit.
Wisconsin: Making a hire to maintain the program's high stature will fall to former coach and current athletic director Barry Alvarez.