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    Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    not my list, for the record

    10. Mack Brown, Texas
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    Brown sometimes is derided for not winning enough, but his Longhorns currently enjoy a streak of seven consecutive 10-win seasons – longest in the nation. Texas is fertile recruiting territory and Brown generally gets his pick from the state.



    9. Tommy Tuberville, Auburn
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    Tuberville has toned down his riverboat-gambler ways and has turned Auburn into one of the most consistent programs in the country; just ask Alabama, which has lost six in a row to Auburn

    8. Jim Grobe, Wake Forest
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    While Wake is hardly a national power, it is at least relevant. And making one of the smallest schools in Division I-A relevant in football is a Herculean task. Grobe doesn’t get the best players; he gets guys who fit his system.


    7. Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech
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    Beamer is the longest-tenured coach on our list, and he has turned the Hokies into a perennial power. His teams always are fundamentally sound and known for their defensive toughness, their solid special teams and their physical rushing attack



    6. Mark Richt, Georgia
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    He’s the highest-ranked coach on our list not to have won a national title, but his Bulldogs will go into this season as one of the favorites, which would be the school’s first since 1980. He recruits exceptionally well.




    5. Bob Stoops, Oklahoma
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    He won the national title in his second season with the Sooners, lending credence to his nickname of “Big-game Bob.” And while the Sooners have stumbled in bowl games of late, they still rule the roost in the deep and talented Big 12.

    4. Les Miles, LSU
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    Miles tends to say what he feels. While that may lead to some less-than-flattering perceptions about his smarts, he led his team to the national title last season. The Tigers again are loaded, and if a solid QB emerges, they could win again.

    3. Urban Meyer, Florida
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    He’s the youngest coach in the top 10, but he already has one national title and he and his staff have recruited as well as anybody in the past three years. His version of the spread offense produced a Heisman winner last season.



    2. Jim Tressel, Ohio State
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    His teams may have lost the past two national title games, but Tressel – like Carroll – has the Buckeyes back among the nation’s elite. Ohio State has played for three national titles this decade, hearkening to the days of Woody Hayes.



    1. Pete Carroll, USC
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    Carroll has helped the Trojans reclaim their place among the nation’s elite. He is a recruiting dynamo, snatching up talent in his backyard and elsewhere, and it’s no wonder: His teams are aggressive on both sides of the ball.
    apparantly, losing championship games is big factor. that's why Stoops and Tressle are so high......LOL

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    Re: Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    I wonder why Meyer is in front of Miles when Miles has the more recent title. And why is the coach that Les, and Urban out coached in each of the past two title games is ahead of them both...

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    Re: Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    Quote Originally Posted by ZapRowsdower756 View Post
    I wonder why Meyer is in front of Miles when Miles has the more recent title. And why is the coach that Les, and Urban out coached in each of the past two title games is ahead of them both...
    Just because he has the most recent title does not mean he is the better coach .... Florida was a lot more inexperienced then last year's LSU team. The '06 Florida team also had one loss unlike '07 LSU that had two losses. I think Les doesn't get enough credit from a lot of people but I don't think you can really argue which one is better. They are both great coaches.

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    Re: Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    Nick Saban deserves to be on that list. He's an elite recruiter, a great defensive mind and motivator, and he has a national championship.




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    Quote Originally Posted by UA37 View Post
    Nick Saban deserves to be on that list. He's an elite recruiter, a great defensive mind and motivator, and he has a national championship.
    Sabear will shoot into a lot of top ten lists when he either wins 10 games or beats Auburn.

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    Re: Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    Tressel is way overrated for beating up on the cream puff 11

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    Re: Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    LOL at Les Miles in the top 5.

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    Re: Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    Jim Grobe at #8? WTF.
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    Re: Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    ^yeah I hate how coaches that have one good year all of the sudden get overrated.

    They win the coach of the year over coaches that win consistently. Its like they get rewarded for sucking before then

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    Re: Top 10 College Coaches: per Rivals.com

    imo grobe and tressel don't belong.....

    who do you replace them with?? wtf do i care, just take those 2 off.
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    New offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn, as well as head football coach Gene Chizik, have emphasized that running the football will be emphasized in spring training and in games this fall. Even if that is the case the Tigers will likely throw the football a lot in Malzahnís system. His 2008 Tulsa team passed for 3,838 yards. In Auburn football history, the most passing yards in a single season is 3,282 in 1997. In 2007 at Tulsa, Malzahnís offense produced 5,194 passing yards. - ITAT 3/17/09

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