Who Wants To Be South Carolina's Head Coach?: Week 2

*DISCLAIMER* This is intended for entertainment purposes only and does not truly reflect who will be South Carolina's head coach in 2016.

Welcome back to "Who Wants To Be South Carolina's Head Coach?" Our 15 remaining contestants still have a shot to become the next head football coach at the University of South Carolina. 

Now, on to this week's results!

-Kirby Smart figured out Tennessee

-Larry Fedora solved Virginia

-Jeff Brohm was, like so many before him, vexed by LSU

-Charlie Strong correctly answered an increasingly less-difficult Kansas State question

-Mike Gundy was not confused at all by Kansas

-Mark Dantonio found Indiana much easier to solve than Michigan

-Chip Kelly was stumped by the Panthers

-Kliff Kingsbury was befuddled by Oklahoma and couldn't use Charlie as a lifeline

-Shawn Elliott got an extra week to figure out Texas A&M

-Chad Morris couldn't correctly answer South Florida

-Tom Herman is twiddling his thumbs and waiting for a challenging questions

-Justin Fuente found the answer to Tulsa

-Rich Bisaccia couldn't answer the New York Giants

-Dino Babers found the "Kent State" question to be rather simple

-Dan Mullen barely had to think about Kentucky

Five more contestants eliminated! The herd is thinning, so be sure to tune in next week to find out "Who Wants To Be South Carolina's Head Coach?"