It didn't take long for the SEC to fill its vacant head-coaching positions. Now every program has replaced the guy who was recently let go.
The latest to take over an SEC program is Butch Jones, the new head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers.
Jones began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Rutgers in 1990 and has had success at pretty much every stop since then.
But how does this move impact the SEC coaching rankings?
We recently ranked the coaches when two other hires were made earlier in the week.
Could this move possibly shake up things in college football’s toughest conference?
Let's take a look at how all of the SEC coaches stack up now that every program has its guy.
Note: The rankings are based on accomplishments. Success in the SEC is not earned overnight. You have to put together a top-notch resume before being considered elite. It doesn't much what you did at smaller schools. It matters what you have done recently at bigger schools.