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Topic: Top 150 HCs - SEC only

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Re: Top 150 HCs - SEC only
« Reply #42 on: July 11, 2020, 10:30:37 AM »
Spurrier IMHO was way ahead of everyone when he put his mind to it.

As a game day coach, he was without parallel, and it seemed obvious.

Saban is a massively successful coach, but I don't often watch his teams play and think "Wow, Saban really outcoached the other guy" that often."

I still don't know if Smart is average or better than average aside from recruiting.  He did nearly win the NC, but he gets a ton of talent (which is part of it).


 

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