Two of the biggest schools than were projected and were actually pursuing Charlie Strong has made their choses for their next head football coaches. Two SEC powerhouses Arkansas and Aurban made what appears to be two darn good picks to lead their schools. Arkansas proves its all about the money when they got Brett Bielema to leave Big Ten country in Wisconsin to come to Ar-kansas. Brett Bielema will do nothing but succeed at there because he took the Badgers to bowls all 7 years, and 3 Rose Bowl appearences during his span. Auburn though made the best pick of the day by rehiring their old offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn during the Cam Newton years to come back as head ball coach. Since he's left to coach at Arkansas St. Auburns' offensive has been stagnant at best. Bringing back the offensive coordinator that coached Auburn last National championship will not only bring the offense back to life but hopefully Auburn football as a whole. Auburn had rumorly reached out to Mr. Strong and Arkansas too. These two hires hopefully is the start of the chips that all need to fall in place in order for Charlie to stay here. This morning when I woke up I had the chances of Strong leaving at close to 95% because of the debacle of an interview yesterday and just all of the good coaching openings. Now it's more like 50-50. Hopefully Strong feels the same way.