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Boise put up 600 yards on FSU, 200+ on the ground.  Manhandled them up front on both sides of the ball.  FSU has speed all over the field but a terrible OL.

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Finebaum chooses JIMBO over DABO...

SEC Nation and radio host Paul Finebaum certainly raised some eyebrows Monday when he said he would take Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher over Clemson coach Dabo Swinney.

Talking on the Paul Finebaum Show, Finebaum began by praising Fisher, who appeared on the show just before.  “I really believe Jimbo Fisher is one of the great coaches of the last generation,” Finebaum said. “Dabo Swinney is a great coach, but is Dabo Swinney a great coach or does he have a great staff? By the way, it’s all part of the same umbrella, but as a singular coach, I’ll take Jimbo.”

https://247sports.com/Article/Dabo-Swinney-Jimbo-Fisher-Paul-Finebaum-Clemson-football-Texas-AM-Aggies-135112777/

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16 minutes ago, bamachine said:

09 Bama #10 ever? Really? And no mention of Colt injury in title game. Never stop amusing me espn. SMH

09 Texas without Colt were down 3 to the 10th best team EVER and didn't even make the top 150? 

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On 9/3/2019 at 10:13 PM, bamachine said:

Also, since they are not nearly as good as they used to be, just going to put links to the Meltdown Threads in here.

 

https://www.rollbamaroll.com/2019/9/3/20845121/nsfw-its-meltdown-time-week-1-tennessee-florida-state-oregon-mizzou

Caught this comment. Pretty funny.

 

The Volunteers didn’t just lose, they got dominated up front by a team that’s existed for a shorter time than UT’s active losing streak to Alabama.

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https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/page/CFB150teams/the-150-greatest-teams-college-football-150-year-history

As part of ESPN's year-long initiative marking the 150-year anniversary of college football, we set out to rank the 150 greatest college football single-season teams of all time.

The panel of 150 media members, athletic administrators and former players and coaches selected these teams from 210 finalists initially identified by ESPN's Stats & Information group.

 

The 150 greatest teams in college football's 150-year history

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6. 2005 Texas (13-0)
Coach: Mack Brown
The No. 2 Longhorns upset No. 1 USC 41-38 in the BCS title game at the Rose Bowl, ending the Trojans' 34-game winning streak and blunting their quest not only for a third straight national title, but to be considered the most dominant team in the history of the game. Texas won thanks to the performance of All-American quarterback Vince Young, who threw for 267 yards and ran for 200.

Young scored the winning touchdown with 19 seconds left, capping the Horns' 12-point comeback in the final four minutes. Young won the Manning and O'Brien quarterback awards, in addition to the Maxwell Award as the game's best player. But he finished runner-up to USC tailback Reggie Bush for the Heisman, and the slight spurred Young and Texas into the Rose Bowl. Texas averaged 50.2 points, scoring at least 40 in 12 games. Texas embarrassed Colorado 70-3 in the Big 12 title game. Safety Michael Huff, like Young a consensus All-American, won the Thorpe Award. Defensive lineman Rodrique Wright and offensive lineman Jonathan Scott also were consensus All-Americans.

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College Football Overtime: Let's welcome somebody to the party

ByCHRIS HUMMER Sep 28, 10:51 PM

https://247sports.com/college/texas/LongFormArticle/College-football-scores-stats-analysis-from-Week-6-2019-season-136244500/#136244500_1

 

Funny section of article....

THREE TEAMS THAT ARE FEELING WORSE

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1. South Florida: Here’s a stat that defines South Florida’s day pretty well: 134 penalty yards vs. 54 rushing yards. 

2. Virginia Tech: How did Friday go for Virginia Tech against Duke? The salary portion of Justin Fuente’s Wikipedia page was changed to “too damn much” by the end of the evening. 

3. Maryland: I spent a lot of time on Penn State above. But it’s worth mentioning Maryland here. The Terps scored 141 points over their first three games. They didn’t even managed 141 yards on Friday night! But forget the awful on-field effort. Maryland canceled classes Friday afternoon in an effort to get their students to show up early and create a stellar atmosphere. The students delivered. The team did not. 

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2 minutes ago, DaysOff said:

What happened to Thursday night MACtion? The Thursday games suck dick this year.

As far as I remember, MACtion was a Wednesday feature that didn't start until MLB season ended.

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39 minutes ago, DaysOff said:

What happened to Thursday night MACtion? The Thursday games suck dick this year.

 

36 minutes ago, Machinator said:

As far as I remember, MACtion was a Wednesday feature that didn't start until MLB season ended.

There are two Wednesday night Sun Belt games in October.  Tuesday and Wednesday night MAC games start November 5.

 

https://www.espn.com/college-football/schedule/_/week/8

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The Bottom 10: Rutgers returns, the Hokies fall flat and a new No. 1

 

Bottom 10 inspirational thought of the week:

Get to the heart, baby, the heart of the city
Don't be sentimental
This is where the future lies
Beneath the burning sulfur skies
D-d-d-downtown c'mon
D-d-d-d-downtown Akron!

-- "Downtown (Akron)" by the Pretenders

Here at Bottom 10 headquarters, located in the abandoned conference room where the Pac-12 used to hold its College Football Playoff planning meetings, we are counting our blessings. Why? Because our cups runneth over. Our horns, they are aplenty. Our bellies and eyeballs, they are stuffed. The button popped off the front of our khakis weeks ago, yet there is still so much to consume.

September was a Bottom 10 smorgasbord. A monthlong bottomless sundae that was ultimately topped with a big fat cherry in the form of the Pillow Fight of the Week of the Year of the Century, when top/bottom-ranked UMass traded blows with second-ranked Akron, then opened up a big lead, then watched the Zips zip back into the game, and eventually held on to win 37-29.

We couldn't believe it. They couldn't believe it. Even the mystical and all-knowing ESPN Win Probability meter couldn't believe it. Moments after the Minutemen's victory had gone final, the algorithm still couldn't bring itself to put UMass' chances at a full 100%.

But there is no time to gloat. No time to celebrate. No time to fall back in one's chair in relief because you've shot down one Star Destroyer. Ask Admiral Ackbar about that. There are still more enemies to face. More Death Stars to target. This 2019 schedule is packed with more pillow-fight matchups than a middle school slumber party.

Akron was only the beginning. Ask the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde, a Firestone High School alum, about that. Don't be sentimental. ... This is where the future lies. ... D-d-d-d-downtown Akron! With apologies to Alan Freed, Thurman Munson and James Harrison, here's this week's Bottom 10.

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1. Akron-monious (0-5)

We called Vegas to reach out to our Bottom 10 Chalk expert to see what the desert experts are saying about Akron's chances of picking up a win or two before the season is over, but Uncle Ray didn't pick up. The guy who answered his phone would identify himself only as "Arm Bar" and said something about Ray and Akron and a parlay and being forced to hand-feed Siegfried & Roy's tigers at the Mirage.

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2. U-Can't (1-3)

Yes, the Huskies lost. Again. But head coach Randy Edsall was still a winner. According to USA Today, Edsall received a $2,000 bonus after the 56-21 loss to UC(not S)F in the Game Formerly Known as the Civil ConFLiCT because UConn's red zone scoring defense was better than UCF's (UCF was 4-of-5 on red zone trips, UConn went 3-for-3). That brought Edsall's September in-game bonus total to at least $38,000. Sources have told the Bottom 10 that Edsall has already spent that money in nearby Salem, Massachusetts, for what his tax returns earmark as "instructional classes."

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3. Whew, Mexico State (0-5)

We love to debate college football schedules and the varying practices of different schools and conferences. But there is no debate as to the greatest scheduling move in the 150-year history of the sport. It's the in-season home-and-home series between New Mexico State and Liberty. The first half of this two-act drama happens this weekend in Las Cruces. The revenge match happens, fittingly, on Thanksgiving weekend, because there's nothing to be more thankful for. Especially if Hugh Freeze decides to wheel his bed back into the press box.

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4. UMess (1-4)

The Minutemen will be in Pillow Fight of the Week of the Year 2: Electric Boogaloo this Saturday when they travel to face the Fightin' Butches of FI(not A)U, who are 1-3 after a Week 4 loss to Bye Week University. Talk about lack of respect. The ESPN Win Probability Index puts UMass' chances at 4.6%. That seems harsh. Then again, it might be punishing them because I made fun of the Win Probability computer in the intro.

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5. Hokie Hokie Hokie Bye (2-2)

Speaking of angry artificial intelligence, for the game against Duke, Virginia Tech engineering students brought out a robot to do the traditional post-score pushups. But after a final score of Duke 45, VT 10, a beating so bad it landed the Hokies in the Coveted No. 5 Spot, that android still had plenty of battery power left. So, after the game, they put it to work cleaning Lane Stadium. Around midnight, it was seen leaving the grandstands covered in popcorn butter and tobacco juice and muttering something about, "This is how the Terminator started."

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6. Minute Rice (0-5)

During the month of October, all Bottom 10 eyes -- which is to say me and my dog during the three hours per day when she isn't asleep -- will be focused on Conference USA, abbreviation C-USA, pronounced Coo-Suh. Specifically the Coo-Suh West Division, where much-improved but still winless Rice will face Bottom 10 alum but now bowl team UAB on Saturday, but after a bye week will travel to ...

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7. R.O.C.K. in the UTSA (1-3)

... which will be coming off a gigantic trip to UTEPID, this year's preseason Bottom 10 top/bottom-ranked team. The Miners opened the year with an Early Wynn, er, early win, and jumped out of these rankings, but looking back that was probably too early. UTSA goes to UTEP and then hosts UAB and Rice. Meanwhile, UTEP hosts UTSA and then travels to Bottom 10 Waiting List member FI(not A)U, which is also currently 1-3, one week after it hosts UMess.

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8. Boiling Green (1-3)

MEANWHILE IN #MACTION LAND ... Boiling Green has a check-cashing ceremony at Notre Dame this weekend to cover its medical bills after losing to State of Kent 62-20. We're already looking at the possibility of hosting Bottom 10 GameDay at Boiling Green on Nov. 2, when Akron-monious comes to town. And by hosting Bottom 10 Gameday, we mean Periscoping from the back of my rental car in the parking lot of Perry Stadium.

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9. South Alabama Redundancies (1-4)

MEANWHILE IN THE FUN BELT ... the fight will be on to see who can snatch up the conference's spot in these rankings when South Alabama travels to Georgia Southern in the annual Battle For Best Use Of Unnecessary Location Inclusion In Name trophy. Saying that Alabama and Georgia are in the South is like saying that Marty Smith is from America.

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10. In A Rut-Gers (1-3)

Full disclosure: When Saturday's games were done, we originally had the Rambling Wreck of Georgia Tech in this spot. But then Rutgers fired head coach Chris Ash. A quick look at the Bottom 10 bylaws, found in an old Trapper Keeper, clearly states that if a team fires its head coach in September, then that team is required to be ranked in the Bottom 10. OK, it wasn't that clearly stated. The paper had SpaghettiOs sauce stains all over it.

Waiting List: FI(not A)U (1-3), Rambling Tech (1-3), South (Not Central) Florida (1-3), Pur-don't (1-3), North by Northwestern (1-3), UTEPID (1-3), Stuck in the MTSU (1-3), OD-Yew (1-3), Baller State (1-3), Northern Ill-uh-nois (1-3), Colora-duh State (1-4), EC-Yew (1-2), Ore-gone State (1-3), UNLV Tumblin' Tarks (1-3), Rocky Slop (1-3). Van-duh-bilt (1-3), Georgia Southern Not State (1-3), whining about being made fun of on the Jumbotron while on the road at another school's stadium, transferring and then not transferring.

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42 minutes ago, Sbbruin said:

How are we not at least on the waiting list? We are hot garbage. Oddly I almost feel slighted.

Yah beat Leach (Washington St) on the road and scored 67pts.

That's like 2 wins... 😀

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https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/27759331/why-sec-needs-scrap-divisions-more-week-6-college-football-thoughts

Part of article below...

Why the SEC needs to scrap divisions

You've probably heard by now that Auburn and Florida, who meet in Gainesville on Saturday, have played each other only once in the past 11 seasons. This is a long-standing rivalry, and this will be the eighth time the programs meet as top-10 teams, but they barely play anymore.

Georgia won't play Texas A&M for the first time as a conference rival until later this season. LSU won't visit Missouri for the first time until 2023, 11 years after A&M and Mizzou joined the SEC.

This barely qualifies as a conference.

Florida head coach Dan Mullen said as much last week, noting that Florida has more games scheduled against USF than Mississippi State. "I think it's an injustice for the kids. We should mix those games up, and you should play more teams from the West and get the opportunity to play more SEC games." When you have 14 SEC teams playing eight-game conference schedules, and when seven of those eight spots are occupied by the same seven teams every year (six division foes, plus one permanent inter-division rival), you're barely going to play the other six teams.

Going from eight conference games to nine would put an extra inter-division foe into the rotation and assure you're playing everybody twice in six years. However, the SEC probably isn't going to move to nine-game schedules anytime soon -- the current structure works out pretty well for the league, which has placed at least one team (and on two occasions, two teams) in the national title game in the past 13 seasons.

 

Luckily, there's an even better way. It doesn't even require adding a conference game, and it would serve the additional purpose of solving occasional problems with unequal divisions.

Just ban divisions altogether.

I've written about this before, but it has picked up steam in the run-up to Auburn-Florida. Let's walk through the basics of what we'll call the conference pod structure.

1. Instead of divisions, each team has a set of three permanent rivals. We have taken to calling them pods. Having three for each team satisfies most rivalry needs, as you'll see below.

2. You play your three permanent rivals every year, and you rotate between the other 10. Home-and-homes against five of them for two years, then home-and-homes against the other five the next two years. Within a student's four years on campus, you have played everyone in the league at least twice. Now that's a conference.

This same structure, by the way, would work beautifully for the ACC, which also plays eight-game conference schedules, doesn't even use geography for its divisions and features even more divisional imbalance than the SEC. And while the three-five structure works with perfect symmetry, it would work for conferences with nine-game conference schedules, too. (Hello, Big Ten.)

A simulation

To see how this would work in the future, I looked to the past. I simulated how it might have played out had the SEC adopted this structure from the moment it became a 14-team league in 2012.

Here are the permanent rivalries I chose:

Hypothetical SEC rivalry pods
Alabama: Auburn, LSU, Tennessee
Arkansas: Missouri, Ole Miss, Texas A&M
Auburn: Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi State
Florida: Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee
Georgia: Auburn, Florida, South Carolina
Kentucky: Mississippi State, Missouri, Vanderbilt
LSU: Alabama, Ole Miss, Texas A&M
Mississippi State: Auburn, Kentucky, Ole Miss
Missouri: Arkansas, Kentucky, Texas A&M
Ole Miss: Arkansas, LSU, Mississippi State
South Carolina: Florida, Georgia, Vanderbilt
Tennessee: Alabama, Florida, Vanderbilt
Texas A&M: Arkansas, LSU, Missouri
Vanderbilt: Kentucky, South Carolina, Tennessee

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HaHaHaHaHa.....

The UCLA Bruins beat Stanford!!

It took the Cardinal starting a third-string quarterback and three true freshmen on the offensive line, but UCLA’s 34-16 victory at Stanford Stadium won’t come with any asterisks.

https://www.latimes.com/sports/ucla/story/2019-10-17/ucla-defense-stanford-joshua-kelley-dorian-thompson-robinson-dominant-win-pac-12

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Top Games From ESPN:

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Tough sports TV News....

PlayStation Vue Shutting Down Streaming TV Service Jan 30th, 2020

Had only 500k subscribers... 😠

 

Guess the following streaming sports options left, but not sure of LHN availability??

DirectTV Now      2.5mill subscribers

SlingTV                 2.5mill

YouTubeTV          1.5mill

 

 

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23 hours ago, LTtxfan said:

Tough sports TV News....

PlayStation Vue Shutting Down Streaming TV Service Jan 30th, 2020

Had only 500k subscribers... 😠

 

Guess the following streaming sports options left, but not sure of LHN availability??

DirectTV Now      2.5mill subscribers

SlingTV                 2.5mill

YouTubeTV          1.5mill

 

 

Aw, crap, I just switched to VUE in September.

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The Power Eye:  @CharlesPower on a Baylor and Penn State’s roster-building approach, a way for transfer QBs to zig and an upcoming game we can’t wait to hate-watch https://247sports.com/Article/College-football-Baylor-Penn-State-roster-results-138120993  
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On 9/10/2019 at 9:42 AM, PittsburghTiger said:

Caught this comment. Pretty funny.

The Volunteers didn’t just lose, they got dominated up front by a team that’s existed for a shorter time than UT’s active losing streak to Alabama.

 

Things getting a lot better for the other UT...

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Where should Herman be ranked for B12 Head Coaches for 2019 Season??

 

Here's Athlon's Preseason B12 Head Coaches ranking...

10. Matt Wells, Texas Tech

Wells is probably better this ranking would suggest within in the Big 12, but this conference is deep in terms of coaching talent. He arrives in Lubbock after a successful six-year stint at Utah State. The Aggies went 19-9 over his first two years, and after falling to 9-16 over the next two seasons, rebounded to go 16-9 from 2017-18. Utah State played in four bowl games under Wells and had two seasons of double-digit victories. Wells’ background is on offense, but he was able to blend a high-scoring attack with an effective defense. Replicating that formula would help Texas Tech take a step forward in the next few years.

 

9. Les Miles, Kansas

Miles coaching in Lawrence and returning to the Big 12 won’t lack for intrigue. After he was dismissed at LSU during the 2016 season, Miles spent 2017-18 away from the sidelines. The Ohio native went 114-34 during his stint with the Tigers and won the 2007 national championship. From 2005-15, Miles did not win fewer than eight games in a single season. Prior to coaching in Baton Rouge, Miles went 28-21 over four years at Oklahoma State. After having access to some of the best talent in the nation at LSU, how will Miles adapt to a rebuilding situation at Kansas?

 

8. Chris Klieman, Kansas State

Replacing Bill Snyder won’t be easy. However, Klieman seems like the right fit in Manhattan. He replaced Craig Bohl at North Dakota State and guided the Bison to a 69-6 mark from 2014-17. Under Klieman’s watch, North Dakota State won four FCS national championships and lost only four games in conference play. Klieman also made stops as an assistant at Kansas, Missouri State and Northern Iowa before becoming a head coach in 2014.

 

7. Neal Brown, West Virginia

West Virginia made one of the offseason’s best coaching moves when it hired Brown to replace Dana Holgorsen. The Kentucky native arrives in Morgantown after a successful four-year run at Troy. Brown had to replace legendary Troy coach Larry Blakeney and went 4-8 in his debut with the Trojans. However, Troy won at least 10 games in each of the next three years and claimed a share of the Sun Belt title in 2017. Brown finished his tenure with the Trojans with a 35-16 mark and a 14-2 record in conference play from 2017-18. Prior to Troy, Brown worked as the offensive coordinator at Texas Tech (2010-12) and Kentucky (2013-14).

 

6. Matt Rhule, Baylor

Baylor took a big step forward in Rhule’s second year and the upward trend of this program is likely to continue in 2019. The Bears finished 1-11 in 2017 but made a six-game jump in wins last fall to finish 7-6. Additionally, Rhule’s team closed the year on a high note by beating Vanderbilt in the Texas Bowl. Rhule got the job in Waco after an impressive 28-23 stint at Temple. His tenure in Philadelphia also started slow (8-16 in his first two years) but showed marked improvement (20-7) over the next two seasons. Rhule played his college ball at Penn State and had a stint with the Giants as an assistant coach in 2012. The New York native has popped up for openings in the NFL over the last two offseasons.

 

5. Matt Campbell, Iowa State

The Big 12’s depth at head coach is illustrated by Campbell’s rank at No. 5. The Ohio native has Iowa State on the rise going into the 2019 season. The Cyclones finished 3-9 in Campbell’s debut in 2016 but have finished 8-5 in each of the last two years. Additionally, Iowa State has recorded winning records in consecutive seasons in Big 12 play for the first time in program history. The program’s 16 victories since 2017 are tied for the most in a two-year period. The Cyclones are 19-19 under Campbell’s watch and are projected to finish in the top 25 by Athlon Sports in 2019. Campbell played his college ball at Mount Union and spent time there as an assistant before working at Bowling Green and Toledo. Campbell served as the Rockets’ head coach from 2011-15 and went 35-15 with four bowl trips.

 

4. Tom Herman, Texas

Texas has officially returned to contention for Big 12 titles under Herman’s direction. After a 22-4 stint at Houston (2015-16) with a New Year’s Six bowl victory in 2015, Herman replaced Charlie Strong in Austin prior to the ’17 campaign. The Longhorns went 7-6 in Herman’s first year but won three out of their final four games, including the Texas Bowl over Missouri. Texas opened 2018 with a surprising defeat to Maryland but rebounded to finish 10-4. The Longhorns made the Big 12 Championship Game and finished No. 9 nationally (the program’s first top 25 finish since 2012) after beating Georgia in the Sugar Bowl. The 10-win season marked Texas’ highest win total since 2009. The Longhorns have several key players to replace going into 2019, but Herman’s elite recruiting should minimize the drop off this fall.

 

3. Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State’s streak of consecutive (three) 10-win seasons was snapped in 2018 after a 7-6 mark, but Gundy’s track record suggests the dip in victories won’t last long at his alma mater. The Cowboys are 121-59 under Gundy’s direction and have played in 13 straight bowl games. Oklahoma State hasn’t posted a losing record since 2005 and has four finishes inside of the top 25 over the last six years. Gundy’s best season in Stillwater came in 2011. The Cowboys just missed a trip to the national championship game with a 12-1 record and a No. 3 finish at the end of the year. Gundy’s 121 wins rank as the most by any coach in a tenure at Oklahoma State.

 

2. Lincoln Riley, Oklahoma

It’s a close call between Riley and TCU’s Gary Patterson for the No. 1 spot in the conference. Few coaches can match the two-year run Riley has pieced together to start his tenure in Norman. The Sooners never missed a beat in the transition from Bob Stoops to Riley. Oklahoma went 12-2 with a CFB Playoff trip in 2017 and followed that successful year with another 12-2 mark and playoff bid last fall. Riley is 24-4 with just two Big 12 losses since taking over prior to the 2017 season. Additionally, Oklahoma has claimed back-to-back conference titles under Riley’s direction. And as one of the nation’s top minds on offense, it’s no surprise Riley has helped the Sooners rank as the No. 1 scoring offense among Power 5 programs for three consecutive years.

 

1. Gary Patterson, TCU

TCU has played a full season in three different conferences since Patterson became head coach, but the level of success never changes. The Horned Frogs are 167-63 overall since Patterson took over as head coach in the 2000 Mobile Alabama Bowl. During that span, the Horned Frogs have recorded 11 seasons of double-digit victories, including a perfect 13-0 campaign in 2010. TCU also finished 12-1 and just outside the top four for a bid to the CFB Playoff in 2014. The Horned Frogs have settled into the Big 12 with three winning marks in league play over the last five years. In each of those three seasons, TCU ranked as a top-10 team in the final Associated Press poll. Patterson is also one of college football’s top minds on defense, as the Horned Frogs have not finished lower than fifth in the Big 12 in fewest points allowed in a season since joining the conference.

https://athlonsports.com/college-football/ranking-big-12s-college-football-coaches-2019

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His ceiling is 7th but he is probably the worst given his resources and talent compared to the guys you could conceivably rank below him  

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