The SEC used to be Kentucky, sometimes Florida, and then everyone else when it came to men’s basketball. Now, though, the conference is investing heavily in the sport.

There are big contracts being handed out, and teams are making some interesting hires. It’s safe to say the SEC isn’t just a football conference anymore (though it still is the best at football).

On Saturday morning, college basketball insider Jon Rothstein pointed out just how great the current SEC coaches’ collective postseason resume is:

Obviously, a lot of this success has come at non-SEC schools, but it shows that the conference is willing to bring in big names to improve across the board. Here’s a breakdown of who has gone on deep postseason runs:

Final Four

  • Rick Barnes, Tennessee
  • John Calipari, Kentucky
  • Frank Martin, South Carolina
  • Ben Howland, Mississippi State
  • Tom Crean, Georgia
  • Bruce Pearl, Auburn

Elite Eight

  • All the coaches above
  • Buzz Williams, Texas A&M
  • Mike White, Florida

Sweet 16

  • All the coaches above
  • Cuonzo Martin, Missouri
  • Eric Musselman, Arkansas

Nate Oats (Alabama), Will Wade (LSU) and Kermit Davis (Ole Miss) have reached the Round of 32 (with Wade suspended for this year’s tournament, obviously). Jerry Stackhouse (Vanderbilt) is entering his first season as an NCAA head coach.