SEC Football: 5 Coaches on the Hot Seat in 2014

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SEC Football: 5 Coaches on the Hot Seat in 2014
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For a second consecutive season, the majority of SEC coaches find themselves in reasonably comfortable positions.

Several coaches, led by Alabama’s Nick Saban and South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier, are virtually untouchable based alone on season results. The same goes for newer coaches such as Auburn’s Gus Malzahn, Vanderbilt’s Derek Mason and Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin.

Anyone paying attention to SEC football realizes Will Muschamp at Florida faces the longest odds to keep his job.

Beyond Muschamp, though, finding SEC coaches in real trouble isn’t a simple task.

In order to determine which programs could make changes at the top, we will examine past results, fan expectations and the odds of a disappointing season.

Here is a list of the SEC coaches on the hottest seats entering 2014.

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