2014 SEC Football Coaching Carousel Update, End of Regular Season

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Nov 1, 2014; Columbia, MO, USA; Kentucky Wildcats head coach Mark Stoops (left) talks with Missouri Tigers head coach Gary Pinkel before the game at Faurot Field. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Georgia: There aren’t any changes to the Georgia on-field coaching staff as of yet, but it’s not out of the question. Despite nearly annual underachievement, Mark Richt’s job appears safe, as are those of coordinators Mike Bobo and Jeremy Pruitt.

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  • The only major shakeup would likely be if Bobo or Pruitt accepted a head coaching position elsewhere (Bobo has been involved in head coaching searches at Georgia Southern and Kennesaw State in recent years). Of course, there are plenty of Auburn football fans that would love to see Georgia defensive line coach Tracy Rocker, a former All-American with the Tigers, as part of next season’s defensive coaching staff.

    Joe Tereshinski, who has spent 42 years at Georgia and the last four seasons as the strength and conditioning coordinator, has stepped down.

    Kentucky: Head coach Mark Stoops signed a contract extension earlier this season, but offensive coordinator Neal Brown has moved on. Brown was hired as the head coach at Troy, replacing longtime coach Larry Blakeney, who announced his retirement earlier this year. He could bring one or two Wildcats’ staff members with him, but Brown’s early hires have come from elsewhere.

    Missouri: The Tigers will play for the SEC Championship for the second season in a row tonight in Atlanta. Head coach Gary Pinkel has had plenty of opportunities to leave Columbia in the past, and may get a few calls this year as well, but he appears committed to Mizzou.

    Next: South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt