Some call it a sirens song. Others would call it a black hole.
SEC coaching has become a bit of both depending on your perspective. If you are a fan, the jobs offered at college footballs top conference are the pinnacle of the sport: A place where a good football man can gain wealth and status that would make the Sun King blush.But if you are on the outside looking in, the conference can seem like a dense vortex where everything enters but nothing ever escapes.
Recent news out of region only bolsters both claims.
Nobody thought Bret Bielema would leave Wisconsin, especially after making his third consecutive trip to the Rose Bowl. The Big Ten was once the conference every great coach aspired to land. Now, its a training ground for 4-8 SEC programs.
There was also the ten-gallon-sized blow to the solar plexus once-mighty Texas felt when the Longhorns lost their hand-picked head-coach-in-waiting (Will Muschamp) to an SEC school.
So, who has voluntarily left the SEC ranks lately...