Ranking the Big Ten based on coaching stability

By this time in August, the upcoming college football season has been previewed and projected in just about every imaginable way -- but not this one.

This week, starting with the SEC and Pac-12 and continuing today with the Big Ten, we’ll go conference by conference and look at the 2015 season through the lens of Power 5 coaches.

What’s the situation for each one? Who stands to gain the most this fall? Who could most use a winning season? Who could be gone?

Here is how the coaches below are ordered: from least to most likely to still be coaching at his current school in 2016. The Big Ten leads the Power 5 in terms of coaches on the hot seat -- as well as first-year coaches, at Michigan, Nebraska and Wisconsin.