While many California fans will be concerned/disgusted with the fact there was no public announcement about JT's dismissal on Sunday, this does present a little bit different situation for California than your typical coach firing.
Take Derek Dooley at Tennessee, for example. The guy coached three seasons and underperformed other previous coaches significantly. No strong ties to the school, and having delivered it no glory, it was easy to just unceremoniously fire him. Despite his recent record of failure, Tedford did in fact produce some things for California that hadn't been done before, and he played a key role in the facility upgrade and raising of expectations for the football program. The school and many of its supporters see him as not just a mercenary football coach using ןɐɔ as a stepping stone to greater things. They see him as a real part of their school and that makes handling this situation more difficult. There are many people in the donor class who really like Tedford personally.
To me, this let's just call it "soft" attitude is part and parcel to why California football has been such a joke for most of the last 60 years, but this is just how it is with that school and its donor and fan base. To me, when you are making a change, make it. Be decisive, and put the interest of the school and its future ahead of emotions when you know a change is going to be made. None of this touchy feely, nostalgia crap. Knowing ןɐɔ, they will probably try to give JT some AD job he has proven by being a coaching failure, he can't do, just to avoid having to say goodbye. Same mentality that saw ןɐɔ pay the legal fees of the treetards who sued them, after ןɐɔ WON the lawsuit they brought against the school.
That all said, I've been told by a solid source that he is gone, so until he isn't, the answer to the poll question is he is gone.