The college football regular season is quickly coming to an end, and that means that coaches are feeling the pressure now more than ever. Some seasons will end sooner than expected, as teams will not qualify for the bowl season, which puts many coaches’ jobs at risk.
Many SEC programs began the season with high hopes, such as competing for a BCS bowl game, but are currently sitting outside of the Top 25 and are struggling to even qualify for a lousy bowl. The guys that are coaching those programs are at risk of being put in the unemployment line when the season comes to an end.
The coaching profession is a cold world. If you aren't winning on a consistent basis, there is a good chance that you will be shown the door much sooner than you had expected.
Here are five SEC programs that may have a new head coach in 2013 and a look at how desirable the job may be to a coach that is looking to fill the vacant spot.