Who is the most successful Division I coach?

Who is the most successful Division I coach?

Among coaches with at least 10 seasons in NCAA Division I and its predecessors, the all-time leaders in wins are Paterno (409), Robinson (408), Bowden (377), Bear Bryant (323), and Warner (319).

How many national championships did Pete Carroll win?

Pete Carroll
College Pacific (UOC), CA
Career highlights
Notable career highlights Super Bowl champion (XLVIII) 2× NFC champion (2013, 2014) 2× National Champion (2003, 2004) 4× Rose Bowl champion (2003, 2006-2008) 2× Orange Bowl champion (2002, 2004) 7× Pac-10 champion (2002-2008) Home Depot Coach of the Year Award (2003)

Who is the greatest college football coach of all time?

Nick Saban
Though Nick Saban is quickly gaining on him, Paul “Bear” Bryant is still the greatest college football coach of all-time.

Which college coach has won the most championships?

College football coaches with the most national championships

  • Nick Saban, 7. Six of Saban’s titles are from his Alabama tenure (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017 and 2020).
  • Bear Bryant, 6.
  • Bernie Bierman, 5.
  • Woody Hayes, 5.
  • Frank Leahy, 4.
  • John McKay, 4.
  • Howard Jones, 3.
  • Walter Camp, 3.

Are there any NFL head coaches who went to college?

There have been many big head coaches who tore it up in college and then fell flat on their faces in the NFL. But for every Steve Spurrier, Bobby Petrino or Nick Saban, there are a few names who got it done in both places. Let’s run down that list here.

Who was the University of Miami football coach?

Johnson wasn’t a household name when he was named the head coach at the University of Miami in 1984. But in five years in Coral Gables, he compiled a record of 52-9 and won a national championship and played for another.

Who was the NBA player that won a championship with San Antonio?

“The Little General,” as they called him, won a championship in 1999 with San Antonio. His No. 6 jersey is retired by the Spurs. Like Mullin and Manning, he hasn’t experienced a great deal of success in the college coaching ranks, but Alabama is coming.