Ranking the SEC coaching jobs following the Texas and OU move

The Southeastern Conference is considered to be the premier college football conference in the country, and as such, coaching jobs in the SEC are in high demand.

Texas and Oklahoma are moving to the SEC for the 2024 season, adding two more great coaching jobs to the conference. Both schools are proud of their success and strong passion for college football.

Steve Sarkisian and Brent Venables had just started their careers in Texas and Oklahoma, but faced a new challenge at the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Expectations from the SEC are higher than from any other conference in the country. SEC teams have won six of the nine national championships during the college football playoff era. Texas and Oklahoma want to take part in the SEC championship.

Here is a ranking of all 16 SEC football coaching positions across four levels, based on factors such as program prestige, available resources, and the team’s recent success.

Best cream

Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

  • Alabama

  • Georgia

Championship Potential

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  • LSU

  • Texas

  • Oklahoma

  • Florida

  • Texas A&M

  • Tennessee

  • Auburn

Top 25 caliber

John Reed-USA TODAY Sports

  • be miss

  • South Carolina

  • Mississippi

  • Arkansas

The best of the rest

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  • Kentucky

  • Missouri

  • Vanderbilt

The story originally appeared on Longhorns Wire.


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