College football head coaches who will get off the hot seat in 2015

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Aug 30, 2014; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels head coach Larry Fedora looks on during the 4th quarter against the Liberty Flames at Kenan Memorial Stadium. The North Carolina Tar Heels defeated the Liberty Flames 56-29. Mandatory Credit: James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports

These college football coaches are on the hot seat to varying degrees but will have a successful enough season to get off the hot seat and keep their jobs.

The life of a college football head coach is arguably the most physically and mentally demanding and draining compared to other sports, professional or amateur, and they all know what comes with the job.

Related: Top 10 Coaches on the Hot Seat Entering 2015

If you don’t win enough and don’t recruit well enough, you’re quickly going to find yourself on the hot seat and in danger of losing your job.

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Just like records are meant to be broken, coaches are hired so they can be fired one day. It’s a tough job but someone’s gotta do it. (I’m trying to get in as many clichés as possible) The following eight head coaches find themselves on a hot seat — to varying degrees — but I think they will do enough to satisfy the administration to avoid handing out a pink slip and a fat buyout.

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Without further ado, here are eight college football head coaches who enter the 2015 season on a hot seat but will remove themselves from that group with a successful enough campaign to return in 2016.

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