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Southern California NCAA college football coach Steve Sarkisian speaks to media before football practice in Los Angeles, Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015. Sarkisian publicly apologized for his drunken appearance at a team rally last weekend, attributing his slurred, profane speech to a combination of alcohol and medication. (Nick Ut/AP)
Southern California NCAA college football coach Steve Sarkisian speaks to media before football practice in Los Angeles, Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015. Sarkisian publicly apologized for his drunken appearance at a team rally last weekend, attributing his slurred, profane speech to a combination of alcohol and medication. (Nick Ut/AP)
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The season hasn't even started yet but several college football coaches are already on the hot seat for a variety of reasons.

USC coach Steve Sarkisian made a drunken speech at a USC rally; Rutgers coach Kyle Flood allegedly contacted a faculty member about a player who was in danger of being ruled academically ineligible and Baylor coach Art Briles is under fire because he accepted a transfer who had a violent past.

Here & Now sports analyst Mike Pesca weighs in on the troubles for the coaches at some of the biggest of the big time football programs.

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This segment aired on August 27, 2015.

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