SEC Coaches Have Something to Prove in ’16

//SEC Coaches Have Something to Prove in ’16

SEC Coaches Have Something to Prove in ’16

Saturday Down South’s Stan Chrapowicki takes a look at what SEC coaches must prove to themselves and fans to survive the 2016 season.

The winds of change have blown through the Southeastern Conference.

And they been felt predominantly in the East Division, where three new head coaches have taken the reins.

 Will Muschamp has gone from Auburn to South Carolina, where he has replaced interim coach Shawn Elliott following the Steve Spurrier’s resignation.
 After helping Alabama win its fourth national championship in seven seasons, Kirby Smart is now the head man at Georgia after the Bulldogs parted ways with Mark Richt.

And Barry Odom has the tough task of following Gary Pinkel, the winningest coach in Missouri history.

Expectations for each new coach will vary, but here’s a look at what each new hire must prove in 2016.

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2016-02-22T03:06:38+00:00 February 19th, 2016|Sports|0 Comments