Which college football coaches are on the hot seat heading into 2018?

The coaching cycle this season had enough drama for a movie, and that's just with Tennessee alone. Who wouldn't want to see the "Rocky Top Horror Picture Show," narrated by Jon Gruden?

The 2018 cycle, meanwhile, might be much less eventful than its predecessor. There will be coaching changes in November and December. There always are. There will be some that we don't expect -- names that do not appear on this way-too-early list.

But this should be a relatively quiet cycle in the Power 5, thanks to all of the volatility of the past two months, which continued Tuesday night with Arizona's stunning dismissal of Rich Rodriguez.

Only four SEC coaches -- Alabama's Nick Saban, Auburn's Gus Malzahn, Kentucky's Mark Stoops and Vanderbilt's Derek Mason -- have been in their jobs longer than two seasons. There aren't many obvious hot seats in the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12.

After studying the recent changes and the contracts, it wasn't easy to find 10 coaches who will be feeling the heat this fall, especially at big-name programs. Here's an extremely early look at the coaching hot seat for 2018.