*DISCLAIMER* This is intended for entertainment purposes only and does not truly reflect who will be South Carolina's head coach in 2016.
Hello and welcome to "Who Wants To Be South Carolina's Head Coach?" We have 16 eager contestants all hoping to become the next head football coach at the University of South Carolina.
The rules are very simple here on WWTBSCHC...win and you stay in the game. Lose and your run is over. First, let's meet our contestants!
Now, on to this week's results!
-Kirby Smart successfully solved the riddle of the Texas A&M offense
-Larry Fedora discovered that our "Wake Forest" question wasn't that difficult
-Jeff Brohm was not stumped by North Texas
-Charlie Strong is still celebrating his correct answer to "How to win the Red River Rivalry?"
-Jake Spavital's lifeline was his quarterbacks, who promptly threw three pick-sixes
-Mike Gundy has an extra week to make sure Kansas doesn't baffle him
-Mark Dantonio is extremely grateful that his "phone a friend" was Michigan's punter
-Chip Kelly solved the New York Giants
-Kliff Kingsbury figured out Kansas
-Shawn Elliott's defense and placekicker helped him solve the riddle of Vanderbilt
-Chad Morris will be providing his answer to South Florida next Saturday
-Tom Herman is still waiting for a hard question
-Justin Fuente correctly answered "How to comeback from a 14-point deficit against Ole Miss?"
-Rich Bisaccia doesn't have to answer anything until next Sunday
-Dino Babers correctly answered Akron with his eyes closed
-Dan Mullen figured out Louisiana Tech, even though it took him a while
Two coaches eliminated after the first week of competition! Tune in next week for round two of "Who Wants To Be South Carolina's Head Coach?"