SEC Football: 10 Worst Coaching Hires in SEC History

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SEC Football: 10 Worst Coaching Hires in SEC History
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Success was but a dream for good ol' John L. Smith and the Arkansas Razorbacks in 2012. After two straight 10-plus winning seasons, Smith led an extremely talented Arkansas club to just four wins.

As result, he'll be remembered as one of the worst hires in SEC football history. He joins a notorious list of coaches who have lowered the bar at their respected universities.

But where does he rank? Were his failures in 2012 enough to make him the worst hire in SEC history? Take a peek inside and see for yourself. 

You might be surprised by the more recent coaches joining him on this list.

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