*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 search has narrowed to 10 remaining contestants, so let's see who's still in the running to become the next head football coach at the University of South Carolina!
On to this week's results!
-Kirby Smart had an extra week to prepare for the tough LSU question
-Larry Fedora solved Pittsburgh
-Charlie Strong was utterly stumped by Iowa
-Mike Gundy figured out Texas Tech
-Mark Dantonio had more time to get ready for a softball Nebraska question
-Shawn Elliott's 50-50 defense failed him
-Tom Herman breezed through his first SEC question
-Justin Fuente correctly answered Tulane
-Dino Babers got an extra week to study up for Ohio
-Dan Mullen will submit his answer for Missouri tomorrow night
Two more contestants eliminated! Only eight remain, so tune in next week to find out "Who Wants To Be South Carolina's Next Head Coach?"