I wanted to see how all the other teams that had coaching changes are doing so far this year.
Obviously not all coaching changes are equal, as some are due to poor play, some due to a coach finding another job they like better, some due to scandal, etc.
Chad Lunsford (interim)
I've bolded the teams that I think have looked better than expected:
Arizona - (1-2)
Arizona State - (2-1)
Arkansas - (1-2)
Florida - (2-1) - With a loss to Kentucky that ended a 31 game winning streak over them
Florida State - (1-2)
Georgia Southern - (2-1)
Kent State - (1-2)
Louisiana - (1-2)
Mississippi State - (3-0) - Mullen had them doing well before he left for a "better job"
Nebraska - (0-2)
Ole Miss - (2-1) - Average win over Texas Tech, but got curb stomped by Alabama
Oregon - (3-0) - Different scenario when a coordinator just steps in to take over a decent team
Oregon State - (1-2)
Rice - (1-2)
South Alabama - (1-2)
SMU - (0-3)
Tennessee - (2-1) - Two wins over garbage teams
Texas A&M - (2-1) - This team wasn't terrible last year, and Fisher has a lot of experience
UCF - (2-0) - Obviously Frost left them in pretty good shape
UCLA - (0-3)
UTEP - (0-3)
Obviously no one here needs a reminder, but it takes time to get things going with a new coach. There was a coaching change for a reason, and you can't fix certain things overnight. Luckily, I think Nebraska has the right guy in charge now so we shouldn't be showing up on a list like this for several decades.