College football: 10 winningest programs since 2000.
The Associated Press named Bill Belichick the NFL's Coach of the Year in 2010, the third time that Belichick earned the honor. He was also named Coach of the Year following the 2003 and 2007 seasons, joining Don Shula (4-time winner) and Chuck Knox as the only three-time winners.
The late Noll spent his entire head-coaching career -- 23 years -- at the helm of the Steelers, and his four Super Bowl victories rank second behind Belichick's six for most by an NFL head coach.
Three men can lay claim to the title of winningest coach in college football, and each is a legend of the game. Several coaches boast impressive win records worth noting, too. Rankings are based on total wins, not winning percentage. John Gagliardi (489-138-11) No one can match the overall record of John Gagliardi, the winningest coach in college football. His career spanned more than 60 years.
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The passing of legendary head coach Don Shula today has reminded us all of how historic his run in the NFL was, specifically, his place in the vaunted 300 wins coaches club. On Monday, ESPN’s Jenna Laine pointed out that Shula’s 347 wins are the most in NFL history. That number comes in part thanks to a career that included only two losing.
At one time head coach of his alma mater, Notre Dame, Kuharich first coached in the NFL with the Chicago Cardinals in 1952. A 4-8 season was his first and last in the Windy City. In 1954, he caught on with Washington, where he had one winning season with the Redskins (1955; 8-4) and finished in 1958 with an overall mark of 26-32-2 and zero playoff games. His Eagles tenure began on much the.
The three-time AP NFL Coach of the Year is directly responsible for all six of New England's close Super Bowl victories, and despite some controversies surrounding the success of the Patriots, Belichick is unquestionably one of the best coaches in sports history. After all, he has turned the New England Patriots into record breakers and dynasty.