​Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury might be at the end of his rope in Lubbock, as there are rumors he'll be let go at the end of the season. He was on the ​hot seat coming in and they are currently 5-6 heading into their final game against Baylor.

So what's next for the talented offensive mind?

There's no doubt he could latch on with a big college program and be an offensive coordinator, but what he should do if he's fired by Texas Tech is join up with ​Baker Mayfield, make amends with his former walk-on, and be the next OC of the Cleveland Browns.

It's been well documented that Mayfield and Kingsbury have a strained relationship dating back to Baker's freshman season at Texas Tech, where he went 5-0 before suffering a knee injury and then transferring to Oklahoma.

But hey, that was five years ago and you'd have to think things would be different nowadays. Clearly, the partnership works when it's clicking.

Kingsbury never had much success as a head coach, but from an offensive schematic standpoint, he's awfully creative and could take this Browns offensive, led by Baker, to new heights.

In his short stint at Texas Tech, Baker was awfully successful and it translated at Oklahoma, where he ended up winning a Heisman Trophy. Need we forget that Kingsbury also coached Patrick Mahomes, who looks like the MVP of the league?

With their past, who knows if Baker would be pounding his fist on the table for Kingsbury, but he should. It's about scoring points and winning football games, and if you boil it down to that, a Kingsbury-Mayfield marriage would be perfect.