I doubt if that will happen. You fire in Mid-October you really can’t name a replacement if they currently have a job coaching because they don’t want to jeopardize their current employment so the recruits know the Brett isn’t going to be there but they don’t know who will replace him, which hurts recruiting.
If there is a decision made to let him go - and I don’t think that has been decided yet - they would likely try to have the new guy in place soon after the final game so he would be able to recruit in December.
Different does not equal better.
Chances are probably better that different equals worse.
New coaches, methods, understanding of individuals and
their interactions with this team. We have more potent
pieces in place. The experience they are gaining now will
continue to improve and mature.
Hopefully, we will continue to upgrade our level of able
players and the final product will be a winning program
that will find us in the top six of the SEC on a regular basis.
This is at the minimum; however, we have to play consistently
at this level in order to continue on so that we can challenge
for a SEC championship in a more consistent manner.