No on Mark Jackson (not that I think you were really serious). The team has improved every year he's been there but an argument could be made he was handed a ready-made unit and that he's more motivator than coach and that his assistants (who he couldn't apparently get along with) deserve a lot of credit for their success. I think his firing was premature though and was probably due to non-coaching matters.
If he ended up on the college level it'd probably be at St. Johns and well after his NBA coaching career is done. Like @Ggee87 said, he'll probably end up with another NBA job soon due to his good reputation and the league's propensity for hiring re-treads.