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Put one or two picks here.
My top two, and I don't think it's that close, but that is just me are the following:
1.) David Shaw
1.a) James Franklin
What you got?
1. Art Briles--He made RG3 as much as RG3 made him.
2. David Cutcliffe--He has done solid work at every place he's coached.
Real good pick with Art Briles
5 consectutive bowl games at Ole Miss isn't anything to laugh about, IMO.
He was 44-29 there and 25-23 in the SEC, with a 10-win season.
I would say James Franklin. To get 8 wins at Vandy is amazing in a very tough SEC conference.
My other choice would be Kevin Sumlin. I think he did great things at Houston. They were terrible this year without him. And he took Texas AM into the SEC and should finish in the top 10. Pretty impressive.
Dumbest move Ole Miss did back then was firing Cutcliffe when they thought they were some more than what they actually are.
GOD..COUNTRY..NOTRE DAME... THEN HUNTING
To me its David Shaw. Unless you include him in the top 5 or 6 in CFB, he is underrated. He is that good IMO. I think likely you'll see him get a call from the NFL sooner rather than later. He'll be very successful there also.
This post was edited by Scott0809 20 months ago
I have to go with Kiffin.
it takes a lot to eff up that much talent and destroy team unity.
Looks like another perfect day.
My very own Biels
If God dwells inside us, like some people say, I sure hope He likes enchiladas, because that's what He's getting
Chip Kelly. Oregon is an anomoly under him. Only team last year of a major 5 conference winner or runner up not to have a first team AP AA or an award winner.
RATT - I will take Coach Shaw
Mack Brown, imo, iyam.
Lane Kiffin is a close 2nd.
Whoever coaches Northwestern
James Franklin by a landslide
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
You get out of it what you put into it!
What we are witnessing is the prime of the GOAT coach. He makes $5 million a year, but he's worth at least $15 million a year.
Feels good to have the top 2 greatest coaches of all time both being at Alabama (1. Nick Saban 2. Bear Bryant)
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
I'd put Shaw up there as well but until his recruiting classes supplant those the Harbaugh brought in, you have to take it with a grain of salt. I don't expect much if any drop off, but until his classes take over completely, it's kind of an incomplete grade.
Muschamp and Freeze. 2 very good coaches.
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