CFF.com Head Coaching Honor Roll: 200+ wins

Football Bowl Sudivision:

Head Coach Schools seen at: Wins Other career stops

Joe Paterno Penn State 409

Bobby Bowden Florida State 377 West Virginia

Bobby Bowden enjoyed a 42-0 win over the Kansas Jayhawks with Heisman winner Charlie Ward at QB on their way to a national title.

Bobby Bowden enjoyed a 42-0 win over the Kansas Jayhawks win The Meadowlands with Heisman winner Charlie Ward at QB on their way to a national title.

Paul “Bear” Bryant Alabama 323 Maryland, Kentucky, Texas A&M

Frank BeamerVirginia Tech 273 Murray State

Lavelle Edwards Brigham Young 257

Tom Osborne Nebraska 255

Nebraska’s Tom Osborne and West Virginia’s Don Nehlen combined for 457 wins during their careers. Osborne’s Huskers got the best of Nehlen’s Mountaineers in this one, 31-0, on their way to a national title.

Lou Holtz Notre Dame 249 W&M, NC State, Ark.,Minn., So Carolina

Chris Ault Nevada 233

Hayden Fry Iowa 232 North Texas State, SMU

Jim Tressel Ohio State 229 Youngstown State

Steve Spurrier Duke, Florida, South Carolina 226

Brian Kelly* Notre Dame 216 Grand Valley, Central Michigan, Cincinnati

Dennis Franchione* Texas State 210 Pitt St, SW Texas, UNM, TCU, Alabama, Texas A&M

Don Nehlen West Virginia 202 Bowling Green

Vince Dooley Georgia 201

We saw these shoes roam the sidelines to two National titles – one in ’82 and the other in ’86.

*still active in 2015

 

Other Divisions:

Head Coach Schools seen at: WinsOther career stops

Larry Kehres Mount Union 332 D-3

Harold”Tubby”Raymond Delaware 300 FCS

We witnessed seven Delaware wins under Tubby Raymond, and the we attended the ceremony after his retirement when the school named their playing filed after the coach who posted 300 wins for the Blue Hens.

The first game in our History in 1979 was coached byHarold “Tubby” Raymondwho led his Fightin’ Blue Hens to the D-2 Championship that year.In 2002, weattended the ceremony after his retirement when the school named their playing field after the coach who posted 300 wins for the Blue Hens.

 

Frank Girardi Lycoming 257 D-3

Monte Cater* Shepherd U. 250 D-2

Denny Douds* East Stroudsburg 250 D-2

Jerry Moore Appalachian State 243 FCS

Andy Talley St. Lawrence, Villanova 243 D-3, FCS

Rob Ash Juniata College 242 Coe, Drake, Montana State D-3, FCS

Al Bagnoli* Pennsylvania 234 Columbia FCS

Jimmye Laycock* William and Mary 229 FCS

Frank Girardi, former HC of Lycoming, a former MAC foe of Juniata, The Alma Mater, has his place in the College Football Hall of Fame.

Rich Giancola* Montclair State 226 Glassboro State (Rowan) D-3

Walt Hamline Wagner 223 D-3, FCS

Denny Hale Bloomsburg 213 West Chester D-2

Bill Manlove Widener 212 D-3

Eric Hamilton The College of New Jersey 212 D-3

*still active in 2015

 


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