The Southeastern Conference is rated the top college football conference and has dominated national championships of late. But it is interesting to note that the successful coaches in the SEC are not necessarily successful anywhere else.
In a study of records of the worst National Football League coaches ever, five former or current SEC coaches make the list, compiled by The Bleacher Report.
Alabama's Nick Saban struggled at the Miami Dolphins. Steve Spurrier left Florida for a less than stellar effort at the Washington Redskins. Former Arkansas coach Lou Holz spent a disastrous year at the helm of the New York Jets.
Before he got to Arkansas, Bobbie Petrino was struggling at the Atlanta Falcons. And the coach that shows up in the top five of the worst is former UT coach Lane Kiffin, who had one losing season at the Oakland Raiders.