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Who Is Your Favorite NCAAF Coach? (Edited 05/24/10 11:26PM by Scott)
 
| Closed on 05/25/10 at 05:00PM
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Team Breakout:
14 Fans 
7%a. Amos Alonzo Stagg, Springfield College/Chicago/Pacific (1892-1946): 329-190-35
14%b. Bobby Bowden, Samford/West Virginia/Florida State (1959-2009): 377-129-4
14%c. Eddie Robinson, Grambling State (1941-1997): 408-168-15
0%d. Forrest "Frosty" Westering, Parsons College/Lea College/Pacific Lutheran (1962-2003): 302-96-7
0%e. Harold R. "Tubby" Raymond, Delaware (1966-2001): 300-119-3
50%f. Joe Paterno, Penn State (1966-2009): 394-129-3
0%g. John Gagliardi, Carroll College/St. John's University (1949-2009): 471-126-11
14%h. Paul W. "Bear" Bryant, Maryland/Kentucky/Texas A&M/Alabama (1945-1982): 323-85-17
0%i. Glenn Scobey "Pop" Warner, Georgia/Cornell/Carlisle/Pitt/Stanford/Temple (1895-1938): 318-106-32
0%j. Roy Kidd, Eastern Kentucky (1964-2002): 314-124-8

  
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#1 | 1452 days ago

Joe Pa is #1 all-time in DIVISION I for wins (or whatever they call it now).
Joe Paterno, Penn State (1966-2009): 394-129-3  
#2 | 1452 days ago

Bobby Bowden is such a class act and was a GREAT coach (on and off the field)...
Bobby Bowden, Samford/West Virginia/Florida State (1959-2009): 377-129-4  
#3 | 1445 days ago

Career highlights
Overall 394–129–3
Bowls 24–11–1
Coaching stats
College Football DataWarehouse
Championships
2 National (1982, 1986)
3 Big Ten (1994, 2005, 2008)
Awards
3x Walter Camp COY (1972, 1994, 2005)
3x Eddie Robinson COY (1978, 1982, 1986)
2x Bobby Dodd COY (1981, 2005)
Paul "Bear" Bryant Award (1986)
Amos Alonzo Stagg Award (2002)
The Home Depot Coach of the Year Award (2005)
SI Sportsman of the Year (1986)
3x Big Ten Coach of the Year (1994, 2005, 2008)

you can,t beat jopal!
Joe Paterno, Penn State (1966-2009): 394-129-3  
#4 | 1442 days ago

Eddie Robinson.  Longevity, winning record.  class act.  pioneer
Eddie Robinson, Grambling State (1941-1997): 408-168-15   
#5 | 1438 days ago

3 coaches just mentioned that stayed well past the point where they actually coached. that does tarnish their win totals, but for all 3 Bowden, Paterno and Robinson if you look back to when they coached there is no arguing their success and greatness.
Amos Alonzo Stagg, Springfield College/Chicago/Pacific (1892-1946): 329-190-35  
#6 | 1437 days ago

Joe Pa will be carried out in a casket, he's not leaving Penn State.  He rebuilt the program and once again has a winning team, and that will keep him going for a while yet.
Joe Paterno, Penn State (1966-2009): 394-129-3  
#7 | 1428 days ago

Tom Osborne over everyone!

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