Greatest College Football Coaches of All Time
Yes. He was one of the best. He expected the best from his players. He worked them hard. And they came out on top cus of that. He is truly one of the best college coaches of all time.
Bear Bryant won 6 national championships. Nick Saban will probably win 8 or 9 before he retires.
Perhaps the greatest coach at three schools (Kentucky, A&M, and Bama).
Record after record... best ever
The gold standard for coaching now and forever.
The man got talent to Nebraska, where there is no nightlife and corn is everywhere. His teams won 9 or more games every year he was there, including 7 or 8 trips to the national title game. Now Nebraska is struggling just to get to.500.
Was scrutinized for years for bowl choking, but length of tenure, consistent finishes of Huskers in upper echelon of college football make him worthy of inclusion.
Only two titles, but the consistency of FSU from the late 80s to the early 2000s is unmatched.
The embodiment of Buckeye football can lay claim to many, many successful years.
Built exceptional teams at several schools, most notably Carlisle, Pittsburgh, Cornell, and Stanford.
6 national titles (more than any other coach except maybe Bryant), 2 heisman winners coached (Bryant never had any), 4 consecutive national championship appearances (2015-2018), and the only coach to make the playoffs every year (until 2019). Someone votebot Satan to no. 1.
He is definitely a great college coach especially with Alabama
5 national titles, what more is there to say.
Legacy is now in question, but he had Penn State consistent winners from Nixon to Obama administrations.
If you're going to shame JoePa for the Scandal, then you better come with evidence.
Joe is Penn State! He ate, slept, and lived Penn State!
Built Michigan into football factory it is today, won several national titles.
All he did was win, both at Notre Dame (four titles) and Boston College.
Oft-forgotten, won national titles with three schools (Yale, Iowa, and USC)
Michigan and Bo, Today it means a lot but in 1969 it was a far different story. He arrived at the Big M determined to change the culture of football, so he put the slogan "Those Who Stay Will Become Champions". His team workouts we're the most grueling ever and as pre season camp ended, 75 of those 140 players that started we're different than the one from the 1968 team. It was the beginning of the Bo Sehembelcher Era. 13 Big 10 football championships followed, but 1980 was in my mind the BEST BO led Michigan team of all time. a 10-2 record No. 4 in the polls AND a Rose Bowl Victory over Washington. That's truly Michigan Football.
Won the SEC East in his first year. Made it to the SEC championship in his first year.
Won the SEC East in his second year. Made it to the SEC championship in his second year.
An amazing football coach, He is going to make Florida Great Again!
6 Rose Bowl appearances, 4 of which were victories. Also beat Barry Switzer and Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. The coach of one of the best teams of all time, the 1991 national championship Washington Huskies. Was also a mentor to many coaches that went on to have lots of success as head coaches later on, most notably, Nick Saban. The Dawgfather is criminally underrated and is definitely one of the best coaches of all time.