3 Worst head coach hires in Washington football history

Washington football just lost a coach who was very successful in a short amount of time. Washington has had a lot of successful coaches, but what about the ones that weren't so successful?

Dec 1, 2007; Honolulu, HI, USA;  Washington Huskies head coach Tyrone Willingham against Hawaii.
Dec 1, 2007; Honolulu, HI, USA; Washington Huskies head coach Tyrone Willingham against Hawaii. / Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
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2003-2004. . Keith Gilbertson. 2. player. 521. Washington football. . Keith Gilbertson. 7-16 overall record

Keith Gilbertson did not last long at Washington, just two seasons. He was unable to eclipse 10 wins in two seasons. Gilbertson has the worst win percentage in Washington's history with a coach who coached in more than 10 games.

Here is a breakdown of Gilbertson's career at Washington

2003: 6-6, 4-4 conference
2004: 1-10, 0-8 conference

Things started average in his first season at Washington after taking over unexpectedly in the summer. However, things took a turn in his second year when he went 1-10 and winless int he conference for only the second time in program history.