A seismic shift of power is underway in the nation's most powerful conference.
SEC newcomers Missouri and Texas A&M took little time adapting to the league's level of competition, and perennial powerhouses like Florida, Georgia and LSU have been knocked off of their pedestals.
The Southeastern Conference introduced four new coaches in 2013, with their amounts of first-year success ranging from catastrophic to jaw-dropping. It's well known that the SEC is the most competitive on the field, but coaches understand how competitive the league can be off the field as well.
With money from both television contracts and school donors pouring in, it's never been more lucrative to coach in the SEC. After seven straight national championships, top recruiting classes and big-name coaching hires, it's also never been more difficult.
Though the 2014 offseason appears to be headed for a quiet one, several coaches find themselves on the hot seat. Let's make our way through every coaching job this season and take a look at who's helped secure his job and whose career could be dependent on a turnaround in 2014.
And remember—this only applies to this season. An overall ranking will come during the offseason.