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Tyrone Willingham (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

There isn't a coach in America that doesn't feel the heat; Washington's Tyrone Willingham is no different. Entering his fourth season as Head Husky, Willingham must simply ignore the constant banter about how "hot" and uncertain his position is. He must concentrate on preparing his kids for what appears to be one of the hardest schedules in college football.

His contract has been honored and this season will no doubt decide his future at Washington. The Huskies finished this past season last in the Pac-10 standings. During his three seasons as Top Dawg, his team has only won only 11 times while losing 25. The win-loss record alone makes 2008 a must-win season; I believe they will win and win more than they lose. If they don't, decisions will be...

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