SEC Football: Ranking the head coaches with the most job security

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Jan 1, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Auburn Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn reacts against the Wisconsin Badgers during the second half in the 2015 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Auburn Tigers 34-31 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The SEC is the greatest conference in college football, but if you don’t have immediate success, you might find yourself without a job, quick.

Coaching in the SEC is an honor and a privilege, and those who don’t belong find themselves without a job quicker than you can say Derek Dooley.

Success isn’t given in the SEC; its earned. Many coaches have succeeded in the SEC, but more have failed miserably. It’s not easy, and not just anybody can do it, just ask Will Muschamp.

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Most of the SEC’s success can be attributed to its teams’ recruiting but even more of its success comes from good coaching, and these fourteen SEC coaches are some of the best in conference history, which ultimately means bad news for SEC head coaches.

Although the SEC is full of excellent coaches, some coaches are feeling more pressure to win this season than others, Another bad year could mean unemployment for a few of these coaches, but by the end of the season, things could be totally different.

That’s just how the SEC, and college football in general, works. It’s not about what you’ve done for me in the past; it’s what have you done for me lately?

This season could result in one or two off-season firings, maybe even a mid-season one, but right now, these are the coaches with the most job security heading into the 2015 season.

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