Each First Year SEC Coach's Biggest Advantage in 2013

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Each First Year SEC Coach's Biggest Advantage in 2013
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When your conference is as competitive as the SEC, results are in high demand.

You either produce victories consistently, or you are one of the programs that will be experiencing a coaching change.

There were four SEC programs that experienced such a change this offseason.

Arkansas, Auburn, Kentucky and Tennessee will all be starting the 2013 season with a new head coach.

All of these new coaches will be given a certain amount of time to turn their new programs around, and they are expected to show improvement immediately. The truth is, however, that it takes time to start seeing results with a new coaching staff.

And it may take a little longer than the fanbase would like.

However, each of these SEC head coaches are joining a team that has a major advantage entering the 2013 season. Whether it is on the offense, the defensive side of the ball or recruits that are coming in to make an impact, each of these teams has that one thing working in its favor.

With the coaching staff introducing themselves and getting familiar with everybody, here is the biggest advantage for each new head coach in the SEC.

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