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This included the club's recent links with Sunderland centre-back Lamine Kone, who Allardyce signed while in the hot seat at the Black Cats, as well as the future of Goodison Park favourite Ross Barkley.
Furr in the hot seat: Broward County's new mayor, Beam Furr, sat down with the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board for an open-ended interview about the Broward County Commission's goals for the coming year.
Putting himself in the hot seat, Apatow also regales the audience with a tale of throwing out the first pitch at a Mets game and failed attempts at making former President Obama laugh during a photo-op.
Just 33 when he was hired at Texas Tech, Kingsbury has also found himself on coaching hot seat lists this season thanks to a 28-29 mark in his tenure.
Neither coach is on the hot seat, but the fan bases would like more than just being an also-ran in their respective conferences.
Nebraska recruiting lagged throughout the season, with former coach Mike Riley and his staff firmly on the hot seat.
Head coach Jim Harbaugh isn't quite on the hot seat yet, but a string of defeats to rivals Ohio State and Michigan State haven't gone unnoticed.
Coach Chuck Pagano is in his sixth season with the Colts and has been on the hot seat before.
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