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Fire Narduzzi! Fire Zimmer! Fire every coach who ever loses a game!

Calm down.

That’s a tough thing to do for football fans after their team loses a game. So, many fans resort to the one tried and true gripe: Fire the coach!

It’s armchair quarterbacking at its finest. I mean worst.

But why do we do it? And does it serve any good purpose?

Check out Cory Giger’s thoughts below.

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Cory Giger is a 15-year veteran of the Penn State beat and a journalist with 28 years of experience. He has won more than 100 state and national journalism awards during his career, plus he's a voter for the Heisman Trophy in football and Wooden Award in basketball.

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