IU football coach Bill Lynch, that is, who suffered the kind of defeat Saturday that football coaches don't survive.
And, yes, before you go on, I know IU's already in hock up to its eyeballs paying off various former coaches and ADs. But I'm trying to imagine any poobah watching the Hoosiers flat-out give up against Wisconsin and not want to hop a flight to Madison and fire Lynch on the spot. You can lose a lot of football games at IU and survive, but you can't get humiliated the way they got humiliated and survive.
I mean ... 83 points by a running team whose best back wasn't even playing? How is that even possible?
Forget the classlessness of Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema, throwing a 74-yard bomb with a 50-point lead; if you invite an opponent to step on your throat, he's going to step on your throat. And Indiana not only invited, it comped the parking and had the thing catered, too.
Quick fact: No one had allowed so many points in a Big Ten football game since 1950. That's 60 years if you're keeping score at home. There are museums that don't have artifacts that old. Cars that ancient are considered the rarest of classics.
So this wasn't just a fail, it was an epic fail. And as such, it will likely mean the end of Lynch -- an eminently decent man, by the way -- at IU.