Meyer, Ohio State. Burned out no more, the two-time national champion coach returns to the sideline with one of the country's premier programs - and too many references to an Urban renewal.
Bill O'Brien, Penn State. The former o-coordinator of the New England Patriots might have the toughest job in the country.
Rich Rodriguez, Arizona. RichRod's three-year run at Michigan didn't go so well, but he has Tucson buzzing about football again with his suped-up offense.
Smith, Arkansas. The Razorbacks needed someone to smooth over the ugliness of Bobby Petrino's firing. The even-keel Smith should be a good fit.
Charlie Weis, Kansas. Weis' first stint as a head coach petered out at Notre Dame. The Jayhawks are hoping he can turn around a program that languished under Turner Gill.