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This will look at the tenure of SEC basketball coaches in this the 20th season since Arkansas and South Carolina joined the league.

We will look at benchmarks for how long a long suffering fan base may expect to wait for change to happen.

Also we will look at what constitues good, better, and best with respect to average conference winning percentage over an extended tenure.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2011, 08:42:39 am »

Florida

The current dean of SEC coaches is 45-year old Billy "The Kid" Donovan.  Coach Donovan has two NCAA championships, one other NCAA finals appearance, and yet one more sweet sixteen appearance in this his 15th season at Florida. Florida won the SEC Tournament three consecutive seasons, '05, '06, and '07, in Coach's 15 appearances to-date. The Gators won the SEC regular season title outright in '07 and '11 shared it in '00 and '01.

Donovan is 150-90 in SEC regular season games, 10-6 prorated.

In Donovan's first two rebuilding seasons Florida was 11-21. Donovan has been to the post season every year except his first and an NCAA 2-seed this season.  Florida landed in the NIT the last two seasons.

Florida has had only two head coaches during the expansion era. Donovan's predecessor was Lon Kruger.

Kruger coached for six seasons, the first one prior to the expansion era. He led the Gators to their first Final Four in '94. Florida's first NCAA appearance ever was in '87 under Norm Sloan when the Gators made the Sweet Sixteen and Billy Donovan made the Final Four as a player at Providence.

Kruger's last season was a losing one. He finished with a 52% SEC conference winning percentage. Florida also made a first round NCAA tourney appearance in '95.

Twelve of Florida's 15 NCAA Tournament appearances have been post-expansion. Prior to 1975, only the conference recognized champion could participate in the tournament. The tournament did not expande to 64 teams until 1985.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2011, 09:13:38 am »

Mississippi State

Like Florida, State has had only two coaches spanning the SEC Expansion Era, Richard Williams and Rick Stansbury.

51-year old Rick Stansbury is in his 22nd season on staff at State, his 13th as head coach.  His regular season conference record sits at 114-92 or 55%. That is a shade under 8.9-7.1 on average. Stansbury's teams won the SEC-T in '02 and '09. They won the regular season title in '04. State has been to the NCAA 2nd Round four times, his biggest advancement, the last time in '08.

Stansbury's teams made the NCAA six of twelve times. They have been in post season play every season but two. There is no post-season for State in '11.

Stansbury's mentor Richard Williams coached State for 12 seasons. In '91 he took them to their second NCAA-T appearance ever and first since '63. (State had waived appearances in other seasons. The '63 appearance is remarkable. Google it.)

State shared the '91 regular season championship with LSU. In '96 State won the SEC-T over Kentucky and made the NCAA-T Final Four losing to Syracuse. Williams also led State to the Sweet 16 in '95.

During his tenure, State made the NCAA-T three times and post season play five times.

Williams's overall regular season SEC percentage was 44% which prorates to an average 7-9.  Williams had a combined 23-49 in his first four seasons and finished at State with a 4-12 campaign. State was 26-8 overall in '96.









 
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2011, 03:19:51 pm »

Vanderbilt

50-year old Kevin Stallings is in his 12th season at Vandy. After defeating UK at home yesterday, Stallings is 93-99 in regular season SEC games for a 48.4% winning percentage.  That prorates to a 7.75-8.25 average record. Home v. Road win percentage is not readily available.

After failing to have a winning conference record in his first four seasons, Stallings has dipped below 8-8 only once and that was at 7-9. Vandy has made the NCAA five times counting '11, twice to the Sweet Sixteen. This represents two of six times Vandy has made the Sweet Sixteen ever. Roy Skinner took Vandy to the Elite Eight during Kentucky's off season in '65 and in a 16-team tournament field. Vandy has won neither the SEC regular season nor the SEC-T under Stallings. They have finished second in the SEC-E twice, including a 12-4 run last season. This was good for a first round SEC-T bye. Vandy has been in post season play 9 of 12 seasons.

Stallings was a teammate of Arkansas native JB Carroll during his playing days at Purdue.

Jan van Breda Kolff preceded Stallings at Vandy and coached for six seasons. Jan was the SEC Player of the Year in 1974 and helped Vandy gain a share of the Conference regular season title and a Sweet 16 run in the NCAA-T.

Jan was 43-53 for a prorated average of 7-9. van Breda Kolff took Vandy to the NCAA first round once in his six seasons. Vandy was in the NIT three times, runners up in '94.

Eddie Fogler was Vandy's coach for four seasons. His last two seasons were the first two of the SEC expansion era. Fogler went 38-30 in conference regular season play prorating to a 9-7 mark. He took Vandy to the NCAA twice and to the NIT the other two seasons.

For Fogler, Vandy was the NIT Champ in '90. In '93, Vandy won the SEC regular season championship with a 14-2 mark. Vandy made the Sweet 16 and finished with an overall 28-6 record.

Fogler left Vandy to take on a rebuilding task at South Carolina.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2011, 06:17:33 pm »

Tennessee

The Vols have had six coaches spanning the SEC Expansion Era.

Cuonzo Martin, 39 takes the Vol head coaching job after leading the Missouri State Bears for three seasons.

Bruce Pearl, 50 was coach for six seasons at UT.  In SEC regular season play, Pearl is 65-31 (including his 8-game suspension in '11), a 68% winning percentage. This prorates to a 10.8-5.2 SEC average season.

Pearl took UT to the NCAA-T each season. 2010 was the Vols first Elite Eight appearance in program history. Pearl has also made the Sweet Sixteen twice. Tennessee won the SEC regular season crown in '08 and finished with an overall 31-5 record. The Vols earned a first round SEC bye in Pearl's first four seasons, failing last season in the Elite Eight year. Out of conference road wins were enough to propel UT into the tourney this season.

AD Mike Hamilton made remarks on a radio program that seemed to distract the Vols and after a good start they lost by 30 in their first round game against Michigan in '11.

UT awaits the impact of NCAA sanctions.

Pearl was preceded by Buzz Peterson who was Michael Jordan's college roommate. Buzz coached four years at UT. His regular season conference record was 29-35 (45%). This prorates to a 7.25-8.75 average season. Buzz failed to make the NCAA-T and his team was eliminated in the NIT in the first round in two tries.

Jerry Green coached UT for four seasons from '97-98 to '00-01. His regular season conference record was 41-23 (63%) going 12-4 twice. This prorates to a 10-6 average. Green took the Vols to the NCAA-T each season with the Sweet Sixteen being their crowning achievement. At the time it was UT's second Sweet Sixteen appearance ever and first in 19 seasons. Tennessee shared the SEC Regular Season championship in 2000.
 
Current USC Coach Kevin O'Neill coached UT for three seasons and could not get a rebuilding job accomplished. O'Neill was hired after his Marquette team defeated UK in the NCAA-T second round in '94.

O'Neill was 14-24 in SEC regular season play. He made the post season once, a first round elimination in the NIT.

Wade Houston coached at UT for five seasons. He was the first black head coach in a major sport in SEC history. Houston was Denny Crum's long time assistant at UofL and he brought his son Allan who became UT's all-time leading scorer.

Coach Houston's teams failed to make the NCAA-T. They did qualify for the NIT twice. He twice lost 22 games overall and his last season, '93-94 saw a 5-22 record, UT's worst in history.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #5 on: February 13, 2011, 07:17:29 pm »

Ole Miss

Andy Kennedy, 43 is in his fifth season at Ole Miss.  Kennedy is currently 38-42 (47.5%) which prorates to a 7.6-8.4 average.

Kennedy has not led an Ole Miss to the NCAA-T. They have made the NIT four times, reaching the semifinals twice. Kennedy's team earned SEC-T byes in his first and most recent seasons.
In Dec. 2008 Kennedy and his staff were involved in an incident with a cab driver. A number of questionable decisions were made by the Coach in the moments and days following his arrest. Kennedy was caught on police cam asserting that his arrest would be an international incident. He and his counselor sued an eyewitness who was a college student working part time as a valet for defamation of character. His wife through counsel also sued for loss of consortium. Kennedy and his attorneys did not count on a citizen obtaining one of the leading attorneys in Cincinnati to defend the eyewitness. Kennedy dropped the suit against the eyewitness and chose to pay an undisclosed sum of cash.

Kennedy was preceded by Rod Barnes a former All-SEC player at Ole Miss in the late 80s. Barnes coached eight seasons and was 50-78 (39%) which prorates to a 6.25-9.75 per season average. Barnes took Ole Miss to the NCAA-T in three of his first four seasons and the NIT his second season. Barnes took Ole Miss to the Sweet Sixteen in '01 after finishing 1st in the SEC-W. This is the only Sweet Sixteen appearance for Ole Miss.

Barnes had an over-.500 conference record in his first four seasons. His last four seasons he finished tied for 5th in the SEC-W and 4-12 was the typical record.

Rob Evans was coach at Ole Miss for six seasons. He led the Rebels to NCAA-T appearances in his last two seasons of '97 and '98. It was Ole Miss first NCAA-T appearance since winning the SEC-T in 1981 for their first ever NCAA-T trip. Evans also led Ole Miss to a huge win in Rupp Arena over Tubby Smith's National Championship team on Valentine's Day, 1998. It is to-date one of only two wins by the Rebels over UK in Lexington. The first was in 1927. Coach Evans was 86-81 overall at Ole Miss and left to take the Arizona State job.
 
Ed Murphy coached Ole Miss from '86 to '92 and Murph's last season was the first year of SEC Expansion. He was 76-98 overall at Ole Miss.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #6 on: February 13, 2011, 07:56:16 pm »

LSU

Trent Johnson, 54 is in his third season at LSU. His first LSU team won the SEC regular season championship going 13-3. His overall record was 27-8 and LSU advanced to the NCAA second round. Johnson suffered his second tough season in '11 and now is 18-30 (37.5%) or 6-10 prorated.

Butch Pierre was 5-4 as an interim replacing ASU Coach John Brady mid-season in '08.

John Brady coached LSU for 10.5 seasons in a feast or famine type of run.  Brady finished sixth in the SEC-W five times.  This included three of his first four seasons and his last two seasons. Brady's teams earned first round SEC-T byes in five other seasons.

Brady's 2006 team reached the NCAA-T Final Four. This was LSU's fourth Final Four appearance ever but their only one during the SEC Expansion Era to-date. Brady also reached the NCAA-T Sweet 16 in his third season. Brady's teams reached the NCAA-T four times and the NIT two times.

Brady's SEC conference regular season record was 74-93 (44.3%) prorated to 7-9 as an average season. Brady's 2000 team shared the SEC regular season title with an overall 28-6 record (12-4 SEC). His Final Four team finished 27-9 (14-2 SEC) and was outright SEC regular season champs.

Dale Brown had the second longest SEC Basketball coaching tenure ever.  Brown coached from 1972 to 1997. Coach Brown first made the post season in his seventh season at LSU. Brown then made the post season 15 consecutive years. His teams failed to make the post season his last four years. Coach Brown's teams made the NCAA-T ten consecutive seasons.

Coach Brown's teams made the NCAA-T Sweet 16 five times, the Elite 8 four times, and the Final Four twice. LSU won the SEC regular season championship outright in '79, '81 and '85 and shared the title in '91. LSU won the SEC Tourney in 1980, the second year of the revived tournament. Coach Brown's best record was with his '81 team which went 31-5 (17-1 SEC).

Brown's SEC regular season record was 238-200 (54.3%) or 8.7-7.3 prorated. His latter seasons after SEC Expansion were some of his tougher seasons. Coach Brown went 39-57 (40.6%) in six seasons prorating to 6.5-9.5.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #7 on: February 13, 2011, 08:28:43 pm »

South Carolina

Darrin Horn, 38, former Tates Creek and Western Hilltopper is in his third season at USC. Horn is currently 21-27 (43.8%) in SEC regular season play which prorates to 7-9.  His first season was 10-6 and good for an NIT bid. The Gamecocks did not return to post season play in '10 or '11. Horn's team lost in the first round of the NIT. His predecessor had better luck in that tourney.

Dave Odom was coach at USC for seven seasons. He made the NCAA-T once and the NIT three times. Odom's Gamecocks were NIT runnerups his first season in Columbia and NIT champs in '05 and '06.

Odom's teams never earned a first day bye in the SEC-T. His SEC regular season record of 41-71 (36.6%) prorates to a shade under 6-10 on average.

Eddie Fogler left an SEC Regular Season champion at Vandy to take the USC rebuilding job in 1993. The first two seasons were tough. Fogler's 1997 team went 15-1 in the SEC winning the regular season title outright and beating UK on their Senior Day. They were eliminated in the first round of the NCAA-T. Fogler took a USC team to another NCAA-T first round elimination the next season. These two were Fogler's only NCAA-T appearances for USC. They also made the NIT twice.

In Fogler's eight seasons in the SEC at USC, his regular season record was 57-71 (44.5%) which prorates a tad better than 7-9. His final three seasons yielded on 17 regular season conference wins.

Fogler replaced Steve Newton who coached the first two seasons that USC was in the SEC. Newton's overall record was 20-35. Newton was 8-24 in SEC regular season play.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #8 on: February 13, 2011, 09:05:15 pm »

Bama

Anthony Grant, 44 just completed his second regular season at Bama. A rough non-conference run led to an NIT bid. Grant is now 18-14 in SEC regular season games which prorates to 9-7.

Philip Pearson was an interim coach at Bama who replaced Mark Gottfried in season in '09. Pearson was 5-6 during his regular season run.

Mark Gottfried coached at Bama for 10.5 seasons. His regular season SEC record of 84-83 of course prorates a shade better than 8-8. Gottfried led Bama to five straight NCAA-T appearances from his 4th season to his 8th. His '04 team (20-13, 8-8 SEC) made the NCAA-T Elite 8, Bama's best showing in the Big Dance ever. Bama made the post season 8 times under Gottfried reportedly turning down an invite to the CBI in '08.

Gottfried's '02 team was the SEC regular season champion (12-4). His '03 team was Number 1 in the AP poll for two weeks, the first time ever for Bama.

David Hobbs coached at Bama from '92-93 to '97-98. In his six seasons, Bama made the second round of the NCAA-T twice. Hobbs had a 110-76 overall record during his Bama tenure and a 50-46 record in SEC conference play.

Winfrey Sanderson coached Bama's first year in the expanded SEC and his last of 12 seasons as Bama's head man.  Sanderson was 10-6 in his last SEC regular season taking Bama to the SEC-T finals and the NCAA 2nd round. Sanderson was associated with Bama athletics for 32 years until Nancy Watts' face made contact with his hand.

Sanderson led Bama to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA-T six times. His teams won the SEC Conference Tourney in '82, '87, '89, '90, and '91. Bama also won the SEC regular season title in '87.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #9 on: February 13, 2011, 09:50:38 pm »

Georgia

Mark Fox, 42 just completed his second regular season at UGa. Fox is 14-18 (prorates to 7-9) in SEC regular season play to-date. His '11 team earned a spot in the NCAA-T.

Pete Herrmann was an interim coach at UGa finishing the '09 season.

Dennis Felton coached the Bulldogs from '03-'09 with an 83-91 overall record.  Felton's team won the 2008 SEC-T giving UGa their first NCAA appearance since '02 which was vacated. Felton also made the NIT twice.

Jim Harrick coached UGa for four seasons and he and Jim Harrick, Jr. left UGa with NCAA sanctions. Harrick's vacated victories leave him well under 50% during his SEC regular season career.

Ron Jirsa coached UGa for two seasons going 35-30 overall and well below .500 in SEC action.

Tubby Smith coached UGa for two seasons making the NCAA-T in both. His '96 team reached the NCAA-T Sweet 16. Coach Smith's SEC regular season record was 19-13 (59.4%) which prorates to 9.5-7.5.

Hugh Durham was the coach at UGa from '78 to '95 and of course was coaching the Bulldogs when the SEC expanded. In his SEC regular season career, Durham was 148-150. He was 31-33 during the SEC's 12 team era making two NIT first round appearances.

Coach Durham took UGa to the NCAA Final Four in '83. UGa made four other trips to the Big Dance during his UGa tenure. Of course Coach Durham took Florida State to the NCAA final game in '72 losing to UCLA.

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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #10 on: February 13, 2011, 10:05:10 pm »

Auburn

Tony Barbee, 39 finished his first SEC regular season at 4-12. He is in a program rebuilding mode.  Barbee is from the Coach Calipari coaching tree and has close ties to William Wesley.

Jeff Lebo coached Auburn for six seasons going 35-61 in regular season SEC play and prorating to 5.8-10.2. He led Auburn to only one NIT appearance.

Renaissance man Cliff Ellis coached Auburn for 10 seasons going 73-87 (45.6%) which prorates to 7.3-8.7 over his career. Ellis took Auburn to the NCAA-T in '99, '00, and '03. The '99 team finished 29-4 and Auburn won the SEC Tourney. The '00 team was an SI preseason pick to win it all. Agent dealings cost Auburn's Porter eligilibilty. The '03 team made the Sweet 16.

Tommy Joe Eagles was the Auburn head man when the SEC expanded.  During his five seasons, AU was 29-55 (34.5%) which prorates to 5.5-10.5. Eagles won the 1990 SEC Coach of the Year award defeating Rick Pitino et al.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #11 on: February 13, 2011, 10:35:25 pm »

Kentucky

UK had two head coaches from '30-31 to '84-85. They have had more frequent turnover since.

John Calipari, 52 completed his second regular season at UK with a record of 24-8 (75%) which prorates to 12-4. Calipari's team won the SEC Regular Season in '10 and advanced to the NCAA-T Elite 8.  UK won the SEC-T in '10 and '11 under Calipari.

Billy Gillispie coached for two seasons at UK. He filed a lawsuit against Kentucky for breach of memorandum of understanding that was settled out of court. One error in judgment Gillispie made was getting arrested for a DUI in Kentucky the evening before the scheduled settlement.

Gillispie was 20-12 in SEC regular season play (62.5%) which prorates to 10-6. Gillispie's '08 team which was 12-4 in the SEC was eliminated in the first round of the NCAA-T. His 8-8 SEC team in '09 accepted a bid to the NIT snapping UK's NCAA consecutive appearance record dating back to the '91 season when UK was on probation.

Tubby Smith left Georgia to come to UK for the '97-98 season and coached at Kentucky for 10 seasons. His first UK team won the NCAA National Championship.

Coach Smith's SEC regular season record was 120-40 which of course prorates to 12-4. Each Smith team at UK went to the NCAA-T second round at a minimum. He had six teams make the Sweet Sixteen and four make the Elite Eight including the Championship team.

Smith's '03 team went undefeated in the SEC regular season and won the SEC Tourney (19-0) before advancing to the Elite 8. Smith's '04 team was the NCAA Tourney #1 overall seed before being eliminated in the second round by Mike Anderson's UAB team.

Coach Smith's teams won the SEC-T five times: '98, '99, '01, '03, and '04. His teams won the SEC regular season outright in '98, '03, and '05 and shared the title in '99 and '01. Smith left UK to coach Minnesota.

Rick Pitino was coaching UK when the SEC expanded. Pitino's regular season SEC record during his 8 seasons at UK was 104-28.  During the SEC expansion era Pitino was 80-16 (83.3%) which prorates to 13.3-2.7.

Pitino's teams won the SEC-T each season (five times) during the expansion era except in '96 when they won the NCAA-T. Pitino's teams went to the NCAA Elite 8 five times, the Final Four three times, and the NCAA final game twice. Pitino left UK to coach the Celtics.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #12 on: February 13, 2011, 10:58:36 pm »

Arkansas

Mike Anderson, 51 returns to become the Arkansas head man, one of the top hires to ever take an SEC head coaching post based on accomplishments and experience.

John Pelphrey, 42 completed his 4th and final season at UofA in '11. His SEC regular season conference record is 25-39 (39%) which prorates to 6.25-9.75. Pelphrey's first team advanced to the NCAA-T second round. That was his only post season appearance for Arkansas.

Stan Heath coached the Hogs for five seasons. His SEC regular season record was 31-49 (39%) which prorates to 6.2-9.8. Heath's teams made the NCAA first round in '06 and '07.

Mike Anderson was an interim coach for Arkansas briefly in 2002.

Nolan Richarson was 417-187 during his College Basketball Hall of Fame Razorback coaching career. His SEC regular season record was 109-67 (62%). This prorates to 9.9 - 6.1.

In Coach Richardson's 11 seasons in the SEC, Arkansas won the SEC regular season in '92 and '94 and won the SEC Tourney in 2000, the first team to win it having to play four games. Coach Richardson's teams won their first two games against UK in Rupp Arena and their first four regular season games against the Wildcats.

Coach Richardson took the Razorbacks to post season play every season except his first and last. The Razorbacks went to the NCAA-T 13 times. There were six Sweet 16 appearances, four Elite 8's, three Final Fours, two Final Game appearances, and the NCAA Championship in 1994.
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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #13 on: February 14, 2011, 05:58:24 am »

Arkansas

John Pelphrey, 42 is in his 4th season at UofA. His SEC regular season conference record is 23-36 (39%) which prorates to 6.25-9.75. Pelphrey's first team advanced to the NCAA-T second round. This is his only post season appearance for Arkansas to-date.

Stan Heath coached the Hogs for five seasons. His SEC regular season record was 31-49 (39%) which prorates to 6.2-9.8. Heath's teams made the NCAA first round in '06 and '07.

Mike Anderson was an interim coach for Arkansas briefly in 2002.

Nolan Richarson was 417-187 during his College Basketball Hall of Fame Razorback coaching career. His SEC regular season record was 109-63 (63.4%). This prorates to 10.2 - 5.8.

In Coach Richardson's 11 seasons in the SEC, Arkansas won the SEC regular season in '92 and '94 and won the SEC Tourney in 2000, the first team to win it having to play four games. Coach Richardson's teams won their first two games against UK in Rupp Arena and their first four regular season games against the Wildcats.

Coach Richardson took the Razorbacks to post season play every season except his first and last. The Razorbacks went to the NCAA-T 13 times. There were six Sweet 16 appearances, four Elite 8's, three Final Fours, two Final Game appearances, and the NCAA Championship in 1994.

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Re: What has been the tenure of SEC M BBall Coaches during the Expansion Era?
« Reply #14 on: February 14, 2011, 09:27:19 am »

One measure of SEC Coaches is total number of Regular Season Conference wins from '91-92 to Present. This balances on-the-court success with ability to sustain a career and a desire to stay with the SEC School over other options.

Coach                 Wins  Avg. Season Seasons
Billy Donovan        150      10.0-6.0   15
Tubby Smith         139       11.6-4.4   12
Rick Stansbury      114        8.9-7.1   13
Nolan Richardson   109        9.9-6.1   11
Kevin Stallings        93        7.8-8.2   12
Mark Gottfried        84        8.0-8.0   10.5
Rick Pitino             80       13.3-2.7    6
Eddie Fogler          77         7.7-8.3   10
John Brady            74         7.1-8.9   10.5
Cliff Ellis               73         7.3-8.7   10
Bruce Pearl           65        10.8-5.2   6
Richard Williams     53         7.6-8.4    7
Rod Barnes           50         6.2-9.8    8
David Hobbs         50         8.3-7.7    6
Lon Kruger            44        8.8-7.2    5
Jan van Breda Kolff 43        7.2-8.8    6
Rob Evans            43        7.2-8.8     6
Jerry Green           41       10.2-5.8    4
Dave Odom           41        5.9-10.1   7
Dale Brown           39         6.5-9.5    6
Andy Kennedy       38         7.6-8.4   5
Jeff Lebo              36         6.0-10.0  6
Hugh Durham        31         7.8-8.2    4
Stan Heath          31         6.2-9.8    5

Footnotes: Dale Brown and Hugh Durham won a significant number of SEC games prior to '91-92.

Nolan Richardson won a significant number of SWC games for Arkansas prior to '91-92.

Richard Williams, Rick Pitino, Eddie Fogler, and Lon Kruger all had SEC victories in seasons prior to '91-92.

Tubby Smith's total reflects wins at UGa and UK.
Eddie Fogler's total reflects '91-'02 wins at Vandy and USC.

Billy Donovan, Rick Stansbury, Kevin Stallings, Bruce Pearl, and Andy Kennedy are active SEC coaches and their totals are accumulating. It is possible that Coach Pearl's accumulation may slow or stop after this season.
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« Reply #15 on: February 14, 2011, 11:13:59 am »

Observations.

It is difficult to sustain excellence over a long period of time. Coaches Donovan, Richardson, and Pitino had stellar post season achievements with multiple final game appearances. Billy and Nolan averaged 10-6 over the long haul. Pitino's average would be lessened if his '89-90 season were included, he benefits from the "UK Effect" and he left for Boston before his long-term capability could be judged fairly.

Not many get to leave as winners. Of the SEC Coaches with 30+ wins, only 10 left with or currently hold above .500 records in regular season games since '91-92. Dale Brown would also be over .500 counting his pre-Arkansas SEC record.

Of the coaches, Rob Evans and Rick Pitino were the only two coming off of great seasons who left the SEC for what at the time appeared to be a better situation.

Tubby Smith and Eddie Fogler made within league moves for the same reason.

Tubby Smith left UK for Minnesota for what family and friends advised him would be a better situation for him and the family.
 
Jerry Green was 16-1 for the Vols best start ever and was Top 5 nationally in his last season.  His season folded finishing 8-8 in the SEC and he was let go.

Cliff Ellis, Richard Williams, Lon Kruger, John Brady, and Eddie Fogler (for two different schools) each had the  break through season(s) but did not sustain the success.
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« Reply #16 on: February 14, 2011, 11:57:31 am »

Big Hires during the Expansion Era.

In retrospect Donovan was a big hire for Florida out of Marshall and prior to expansion, Nolan was a big hire for the Razorbacks out of Tulsa.

What were the big hires at the time of hire.

Pitino had been 52-30 with the Knicks and advanced to the second round of the playoffs his prior season. Given the fact that UK's lineup would be decimated and they would be off TV and postseason for two years, it was a big hire at the time.

Fogler won the SEC regular season at Vandy in '93 over Arkansas, Kentucky and others.  Given their rebuilding years it was a big hire for USC at the time.

Calipari had not coached at a BCS school but did have a 30-win season streak established. It was a big hire and a risky hire. Calipari noted that he was passed over for the UK job in '07.

Trent Johnson was coming off of a 28-8, Sweet 16 season at Stanford.

While he was on the decline, Dave Odom had been 101-87 in the ACC regular season at Wake Forest. He had been to the Sweet Sixteen three times with one Elite 8 appearance. Tim Duncan helped.

Gillispie had rebuilt A&M and had won an NCAA-T game over UofL and Pitino in Rupp Arena.

Tubby Smith had been impressive at UGa and was a former UK assistant. As UK's first black head coach in any major sport he was a noteworthy hire and probably won a national title with Pitino's players that Pitino would not have won.

Stan Heath of course had a one-time, first time 30-win Elite 8 season inheriting the veteran line up at Kent St.

Bruce Pearl came off of a mid-major Sweet 16 and Horizon dominance and promptly punched the SEC in the mouth upon arrival.

SEC Basketball has not kept up with SEC Football in terms of big hires in the expansion era.

To restore fortunes rapidly without a Jim Harrick fiasco, a school may need to make a big hire or be brilliant in picking the right up-and-comer and having a little more patience.

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« Reply #17 on: February 14, 2011, 12:37:06 pm »

This season Billy Donovan will become only the seventh coach to lead an SEC team for 15 consecutive seasons ever.

Of the SEC's all-time leaders in regular season conference wins, only the following would have averaged at least 10-6 (62.5%) during their career beyond those already mentioned.

Rupp, UK, 397 SEC regular season wins, 84.1%
Mears, UT, 182, 70.5%
Hall, UK, 172, 73.5%
Skinner, Vandy, 171, 63.8%
Crisp, Bama, 112, 64.7%

A 10-6 conference average sustained over a period of years is rare in the SEC. Apart from the "UK Effect" it is extremely rare.
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« Reply #18 on: February 14, 2011, 02:24:25 pm »

The SEC is ripe for the taking.  I wish a coach at Arkansas would grab it.
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« Reply #19 on: February 14, 2011, 04:16:46 pm »

The SEC is ripe for the taking.  I wish a coach at Arkansas would grab it.

In the '99 to '08 period, if the SEC did not place six teams in the NCAA-T it was an off year.

Now, not so much.

Of course from '94 to '98, the SEC had a team in the final game every season repeating again in 2000.
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« Reply #20 on: February 14, 2011, 04:46:07 pm »

Number of Teams the SEC placed in the NCAA-T from 1999 Tourney to present with seeds in parentheses

2011 [5]: UF (2), UK (4), VU (5), UT (9), UG (10)

2010 [4]: UK (1), Vandy (4), UT (6), UF (10)

2009 [3]: LSU (8, UT (9), MSSt (13)

2008 [6]: UT(2),VU(4),Hogs(8,MSt(8,UK(11),UGa(14)

2007 [5]: UF(1), UT(5), VU(6), UK (8, Hogs (12)

2006 [6]: UT(2),UF(3),LSU(4),Hogs(8 ,UK(8 ,Bama(10)

2005 [5]: UK(2), UF(4), Bama (5), LSU (6), MSt (9)

2004 [6]: UK(1),MSt(2),UF(5),VU(6),Bama(8 ,SC(10)

2003 [6]: UK(1),UF(2),MSt(5),LSU(8 ,Bama(10),AU(10)

2002 [6]: Bama(2), UG(3), MSt(3), UK(4), UF(5), OM(9)

2001 [6]: UK(2), OM(3), UF(3), Hogs(7), UG(8 , UT(8

2000 [6]: LSU(4),UT(4),UF(5),UK(5),AU(7), Hogs(11)
 
1999 [6]: AU(1), UK(3), Hogs(4), UT(4), UF(6), OM(9)
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« Reply #21 on: February 14, 2011, 05:07:15 pm »

SEC Coaches NCAA Tournament seeding and accomplishment from most recent:

Calipari; 2011: 4 seed, Final 4, beat #1 Ohio St.
             2010: 1 Seed, Elite 8

Pearl; 2011: 9 seed, first round 30 point loss to Michigan
        2010: 6 Seed, Elite 8
        2009: 9 Seed, 1st round loss
        2008: 2 seed, Sweet 16
        2007: 5 seed, Sweet 16
        2006: 2 seed, 2nd round

Stallings; 2011: 5 seed, 1st round exit
             2010: 4 seed, 1st round exit
             2008: 4 seed, 1st round exit
             2007: 6 seed, Sweet 16
             2004: 6 seed, Sweet 16
     
Donovan; 2011: 2 seed, Elite 8
             2010: 10 seed, 1st round exit
             2007: 1 seed, National Champion
             2006: 3 seed, National Champion
             2005: 4 seed, 2nd round
             2004: 5 seed, 1st round exit
             2003: 2 seed, 2nd round
             2002: 5 seed, 1st round exit
             2001: 3 seed, 2nd round
             2000: 5 seed, National Finals game
             1999: 6 seed, Sweet 16   

Fox; 2011: 10 seed, 1st round exit 
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« Reply #22 on: February 14, 2011, 05:21:02 pm »

Trent Johnson; 2009: 8 seed, 2nd round

Rick Stansbury; 2009: 13 seed, 1st round exit
                      2008: 8 seed, 2nd round
                      2005: 9 seed, 2nd round
                      2004: 2 seed, 2nd round
                      2003: 5 seed, 1st round exit
                      2002: 3 seed, 2nd round
   
John Pelphrey; 2008: 8 seed, 2nd round
 
Billy Gillispie; 2008: 11 seed, 1st round exit

Dennis Felton; 2008: 14 seed, 1st round exit             
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« Reply #23 on: February 14, 2011, 05:25:54 pm »

Stan Heath; 2007: 12 seed, 1st round exit
                 2006:  8 seed, 1st round exit
 
Tubby Smith; 2007: 8 seed, 2nd round
                   2006: 8 seed, 2nd round
                   2005: 2 seed, Elite 8
                   2004: Overall #1 seed,
                     2nd round exit to UAB and MA
                   2003: 1 seed, Elite 8
                   2002: 4 seed, Sweet 16
                   2001: 2 seed, Sweet 16
                   2000: 5 seed, 2nd round
                   1999: 3 seed, Elite 8
                   1998: 2 seed, National Champion
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Brady; 2006: 4 seed, Final 4
          2005: 6 seed, 1st round elimination by UAB (MA)
          2003: 8 seed, 1st round exit
          2000: 4 seed, Sweet 16

Gottfried; 2006: 10 seed, 2nd round
              2005: 5 seed, 1st round exit by UW-M, Pearl
              2004: 8 seed, Elite 8
              2003: 10 seed, 1st round exit
              2002: 2 seed, 2nd round exit by Kent St, SH
 
Dave Odom, 2004: 10 seed, 1st round exit by UM, Cal
               
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Cliff Ellis; 2003: 10 seed, Sweet 16
             2000: 7 seed, 2nd round
             1999: 1 seed, Sweet 16
 
Rod Barnes; 2002: 9 seed, 1st round exit
                 2001: 3 seed, Sweet 16
                 1999: 9 seed, 2nd round

Jim Harrick; 2001: 8 seed, 1st round exit
 
Jerry Green; 2001: 8 seed, 1st round exit
                 2000: 4 seed, Sweet Sixteen
                 1999: 4 seed, 2nd round
                 1998: 8 seed, 1st round exit

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Nolan Richardson; 2001: 7 seed, 1st round exit
                         2000: 11 seed, 1st round exit
                         1999: 4 seed, 2nd round
                         1998: 6 seed, 2nd round 
                         1996: 12 seed, Sweet 16
                         1995: 2 seed, National Finals
                         1994: 1 seed, National Champion
                         1993: 4 seed, Sweet 16
                         1992: 3 seed, 2nd round
 
More Tournament appearances out of the SWC.
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Rob Evans; 1998: 4 seed, 1st round exit by Valpo
                      Last second shot by Bryce Drew
                1997: 8 seed, 1st round exit
 
Eddie Fogler [SC]; 1998: 3 seed, 1st round exit
                          1997: 2 seed, 1st round exit
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Pitino; 1997: 1 seed, National Finals Game
         1996: 1 seed, National Champion
         1995: 1 seed, Elite 8
         1994: 3 seed, 2nd Round exit by Marq, K. O'Neill
         1993: 1 seed, Final 4
         1992: 2 seed, Elite 8
 
Tubby Smith [UG]; 1997: 3 seed, 1st round exit
                          1996: 8 seed, Sweet Sixteen
 
Jan van Breda Kolff; 1997: 10 seed, 1st round exit
                   

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Richard Williams; 1996: 5 seed, Final Four
                       1995: 5 seed, Sweet Sixteen

Lon Kruger; 1995: 10 seed, 1st round exit
                1994: 3 seed, Final Four

David Hobbs; 1995: 5 seed, 2nd round
                   1994: 9 seed, 2nd round
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Eddie Fogler [Vandy]; 1993: 3 seed, Sweet 16
   
Dale Brown; 1993: 11 seed, 1st round exit
                 1992: 7 seed, 2nd round exit

W. Sanderson; 1992: 5 seed, 2nd round exit

Fogler, Brown, and Sanderson all had NCAA-T appearances prior to SEC expansion.
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SEC Coaches during the Expansion Era with 6-10 average records having the longest tenures:

Rod Barnes: 8 seasons, 50-78
Dave Odom: 7 seasons, 41-71
Jeff Lebo:    6 seasons, 35-61
Stan Heath: 5 seasons, 31-49

Barnes, a well-liked former player took Ole Miss to the NCAA-T with a nine seed and the Coach Evans players in '99.  He took the Rebs to the Sweet 16 in '01 after an 11-5 conference record and a return trip in '02. The last four seasons were a combined 17-47 with 5-12 the best record in the run.

Dave Odom never had a winning conference record at SC. He got an 8-8 team in his 3rd season a 10 seed and a first round exit. His next two teams were notorious for winning the NIT but not for SEC accomplishment. Odom's last two SEC teams were 4-12 and 5-11 with no post season play.

Jeff Lebo did not take Auburn to the NCAA-T in his six seasons. His next to last Auburn team was 10-6 in the conference, 2nd in the West, 24-12 overall with NIT Quarterfinals as his only post season mark. The SOS kept Auburn off of the NCAA selection radar. Lebo followed with a 6-10 conference run in '10, his last.

Stan Heath inherited a depleted team. His next to last season was 10-6 in league with a first round NCAA-T exit off of an 8 seed. His fifth and last season was 7-9 in the SEC and another first round NCAA-T exit from the 12 seed. Heath did not meet the expectations announced at his opening presser. He is the only SEC coach let go on this list coming off of NCAA-T appearances. There is speculation that external factors added to the reasons for Heath's departure.
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« Reply #32 on: February 21, 2011, 10:44:12 pm »

Great stuff JB!  thanks. 
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Great stuff JB!  thanks. 

Thanks. It is difficult to get this info from a single source so I am pulling together for reference.

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Bob Petrino hater Jeff Schultz updates on Georgia State Coach Rod Barnes
 
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Barnes’ won-loss records have been unimpressive: 9-21, 12-20, 12-20, 11-16 (with two regular season games left). This season includes a seven-game losing streak. But he has won before. In 2001, he was the Naismith national coach of the year at Mississippi, winning 27 games and taking the Rebels to the Sweet 16. That doesn’t usually happen by accident.

But Barnes was handed a mess at Georgia State. The academic situation was so bad that he now admits he would’ve balked at taking the job in 2007 if he had realized the extent of the problems.

“I was shocked,” he said. “We had guys just not going to class. We were already in a trouble with the NCAA for our APR [Academic Progress Rate]. We were at the bottom, not only in our league but in the country. I thought I was coming here to make some [basketball] changes but I found myself having to hang with some guys, and as a coach that kind of handicaps you. You don’t run kids off but at the same time you know it’s not going to work.

“There were times when I thought, ‘Man, if I knew it was going to be this bad, I would’ve given it a second thought.’ But that has nothing to do with the school or basketball. I just didn’t do my homework.”

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« Reply #38 on: February 27, 2011, 02:52:56 pm »

Former Ole Miss Coach Rod Barnes was fired today as coach of Georgia State.
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« Reply #39 on: February 28, 2011, 12:26:33 pm »

Ten years ago Rod Barnes received recognition as National Coach of the Year. He had led the then Ole Miss Rebels to their first and to-date last Sweet Sixteen in the new millennium. Maybe the first ever.
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Updated to reflect recent coaching change(s), regular season and tournament completion, and NCAA seeds.
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Rod Barnes was a great coach.  His accomplishments at Ole Miss were nothing short of remarkable.
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