Only two weeks after our first edition of SEC Hot Seat, it's time to update the list. A few former conference winners make the list, showing your job is never too safe in the SEC.
Ed Orgeron, Ole Miss
With back-to-back losses against Missouri and Vanderbilt, there are at most two or three wins left on the Rebels schedule. That's not going to be enough.
Phil Fulmer, Tennessee
It's not that they lost at Florida, it's the way they lost. Tennessee looked totally outclassed. out-talented, and out-coached. Vol fans are tired of being also-rans in the SEC East more often than not in recent years.
Houston Nutt, Arkansas
A close loss at Alabama shouldn't be enough to get most coaches in trouble. But with all the off-season controversy in Fayetteville, Arkansas fans are just looking for an excuse to run Nutt out of town.
Sylvester Croom, Mississippi State
The improbable win at Auburn won't save Croom's job all by itself. The Bulldogs will need to show signs of life the rest of the year for Sly to stick around.
Tommy Tuberville, Auburn
Auburn fans are mystified as to why things have turned so bad, so quickly. Most of the blame is falling on senior quarterback Brandon Cox, but at some point the coach will have to answer for continuing to put him in the lineup.
Mark Richt, Georgia
Just when you thought it was safe to be ranked, here comes Steve Spurrier, who has tortured more Dawgs than Bad Newz Kennels. There's still time for the Georgia to recover, but the margin of error is not that great before fans will start grumbling.