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Athlon Sports ranked all 128 college football coaches for 2014, and the SEC had three coaches ranked in the Top 10, including Alabama's Nick Saban who came in at No. 1.

Here is how all SEC coaches stacked up:
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1. Nick Saban, Alabama
Record at Alabama: 79-15 (7 years)
Career Record: 170-57-1 (18 years)

3. Steve Spurrier, South Carolina
Record at South Carolina: 77-39 (9 years)
Career Record: 219-79-2 (24 years)

10. Gus Malzahn, Auburn
Record at Auburn: 12-2 (1 year)
Career Record: 21-5 (3 years)

14. Mark Richt, Georgia
Record at Georgia: 126-45 (13 years)
Career Record: 126-45 (13 years)

17. Les Miles, LSU
Record at LSU: 95-24 (9 years)
Career Record: 123-45 (13 years)

22. Gary Pinkel, Missouri
Record at Missouri: 102-63 (13 years)
Career Record: 175-100-3 (23 years)

24. Kevin Sumlin, Texas A&M
Record at Texas A&M: 20-6 (2 years)
Career Record: 55-23 (6 years)

29. Hugh Freeze, Ole Miss
Record at Ole Miss: 15-11 (2 years)
Career Record: 45-18 (5 years)

32. Dan Mullen, Mississippi State
Record at Mississippi State: 36-28 (5 years)
Career Record: 36-28 (5 years)

37. Butch Jones, Tennessee
Record at Tennessee: 5-7 (1 year)
Career Record: 55-34 (7 years)

52. Will Muschamp, Florida
Record at Florida: 22-16 (3 years)
Career Record: 22-16 (3 years)

53. Bret Bielema, Arkansas
Record at Arkansas: 3-9 (1 year)
Career Record: 71-33 (8 years)

61. Mark Stoops, Kentucky
Record at Kentucky: 2-10 (1 year)
Career Record: 2-10 (1 year)

62. Derek Mason, Vanderbilt
Record at Vanderbilt: First Season
Career Record: First Season


Top 25:
1. Nick Saban, Alabama
2. Urban Meyer, Ohio State
3. Steve Spurrier, South Carolina
4. Bob Stoops, Oklahoma
5. Art Briles, Baylor
6. Bill Synder, Kansas State
7. Jimbo Fisher Florida State
8. Mark Dantonio, Michigan State
9. Brian Kelly, Notre Dame
10. Gus Malzahn, Auburn
11. James Franklin, Penn State
12. David Shaw, Stanford
13. Chris Petersen, Washington
14. Mark Richt, Georgia
15. David Cutcliffe, Duke
16. Bobby Petrino, Louisville
17. Les Miles, LSU
18. Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern
19. Todd Graham, Arizona State
20. Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State
21. Gary Andersen, Wisconsin
22. Gary Pinkel, Missouri
23. Gary Patterson, TCU
24. Kevin Sumlin, Texas A&M
25. Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

Comments

12 Comments
Miles is still not getting credit for his BCS Championship. Eleven out of the Top 16 haven't won anything. Pretty funny!
Reply32 months
who's arse was this list pulled out of?
Reply32 months
Mark Richt has lost control of this list.
Reply32 months
Kevin Sumlin has to be the most underrated coach ever.
Reply32 months
Richt and Miles should be above Gus ans Kelly
Reply32 months
Jambo Fisher is waaaay overrated in this list but otherwise i think it is directionally correct, which is all you can really expect from one of these exercises.
Reply32 months
LMFAO

Worst list ever
Reply32 months
Agree with Saban at 1 and Spurrier should probably be 2. After that this list goes downhill fast.

Tape breaks on Malzahn. Auburn was extremely lucky with big breaks in 3 of the games they won. Most years he would have lost 1 or 2 of those games.
Reply32 months
Once again, Miles is undervalued, and someone like Brian Kelly is overvalued.
Reply32 months
16. Bobby Petrino, Louisville
17. Les Miles, LSU

How is this fool ahead of Miles?
Reply32 months
Not last
Reply32 months
Can someone explain to me how Mark Richt is higher on the list than Les Miles?
Reply32 months
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