Whose jobs are secure in the Big Ten?

Minnesota's Richard Pitino won the NIT in 2014 but has never taken the Golden Gophers to the NCAA tournament. Brad Rempel/USA TODAY Sports

Over a two-week span, ESPN Insider is assessing the stability of the coaching situation for each team in the top 10 leagues in college basketball. Next up: the Big Ten Conference.

The league has one new coach (Steve Pikiell, Rutgers), one who has gotten off the proverbial hot seat (Indiana's Tom Crean) and several more who might need to win this season in order to keep their jobs.

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.