Gene Chizik Fired: Odds on Next Auburn Head Coach

Barrett Sallee@BarrettSalleeSEC Football Lead WriterNovember 25, 2012

After getting throttled by intrastate rival Alabama 49-0 to close out the season and finishing 3-9 and 0-8 in the SEC, Auburn fired head coach Gene Chizik on Sunday, according to AL.com.

Chizik was 33-18 in his four years at Auburn, which included a 14-0 record and the BCS National Championship in 2010.

With Chizik gone, that makes four coaching vacancies in the SEC. The others are at Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee. Considering Auburn has reeled in top-15 classes in each of the last three seasons, it will certainly be one of the top jobs on the market this offseason.

Who has the best odds of landing the Auburn job? College football lead analyst Marc Kohn and SEC lead writer Barrett Sallee break out the odds board in this edition of "The Program."

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