Silly season: Everything you need to know about the last 48 hours in the SEC

If you logged off your computer to enjoy turkey and family over the weekend, you have a lot of catching up to do in the SEC football coaching world.

Lucky for you, SEC Country has been on top of all the official announcements, whispers, rumors and reports.

First, let’s start with the places that have settled their coaching situations.

FLORIDA GATORS

On Sunday, it was announced that Florida hired former Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen to be its next head coach.

Get caught up on the Gators news here:

OLE MISS REBELS

On Sunday, it was announced that Ole Miss would remove the interim tag from Matt Luke’s title and make him the Rebels coach on a permanent basis.

Get caught up on the Rebels news here:

Then there are the SEC teams that are still in search of a new coach. As of Monday afternoon, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi State and Texas A&M were still without a head coach.

TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS

On Sunday, it was reported that the Vols were closing in on a deal to make Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano the next Vols head coach. That deal fell apart after a large contingency of Tennessee fans protested the news.

Get caught up on the Volunteers news here:

ARKANSAS RAZORBACKS

On Friday, Arkansas fired Bret Bielema after a loss to Missouri.

Get caught up on the Razorbacks news here:

MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS

On Sunday, it was announced that former Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen would leave Starkville after nine seasons in favor of the Florida Gators.

Get caught up on the Bulldogs news here:

TEXAS A&M AGGIES

On Sunday, it was announced that Kevin Sumlin was fired by Texas A&M after six years as the Aggies head coach.

Get caught up on the Aggies news here:

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