Insider continues its weeklong look at coaching stability with the Big 12.
Given the events at Baylor, we excluded Art Briles from consideration. Given his achievements in Waco over the past several years, his standing is as secure as any coach in the country. But it remains unknown what action the board of regents will take as it reviews the results of an investigation into the university's response to sexual violence allegations.
Elsewhere in the league, some in the coaching community wonder how many years Kansas State’s Bill Snyder has remaining in his remarkable career at the school. And a playoff run has further entrenched Oklahoma’s Bob Stoops, though the most stability to be found in the league may come in the form of a first-year coach.
These rankings go in descending order from least to most stable. Keep in mind that stability is not solely determined by whether a program will want to part ways with its head coach if there are perceived failings; often, success will make it difficult, if not impossible, for a program to keep a coach from leaving for a seemingly better job.
Here is the breakdown of each Big 12 coaching situation.