Larry Brown is the poster child for journeyman coaches everywhere. He's had success almost everywhere he's been, but the situation is never quite ideal.
Many coaches don't leave on their own terms the way Brown usually does, though. A coach whose job looks like a dream job one year can wake up two years later and decide that his situation has mutated into a nightmare. Or worse, someone else above him makes that decision for him.
These 10 coaches have tasted NCAA tournament success, each having made at least one Sweet 16 appearance. For a variety of reasons, those jobs have evaporated, and each coach now finds himself at a lower rung of college basketball's proverbial ladder than where he achieved his greatest success.
Another Sweet 16 trip in these guys' current positions would qualify as a monumental coaching job.
(Coaches are presented in alphabetical order.)