Tuck: Ranking The Top College Basketball Coaches Today

By Mike Tuck
Host, Tuck & O'Neill

 

1. Mike Krzyzewski, Duke (983-306), 12 ACC titles, 13 ACC tournament titles, 11 Final Fours, 4 National Titles

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2. Roy Williams, North Carolina (724-190), 15 regular season conference titles, 6 conference tournament titles, 7 Final Fours, 2 National Titles

3. Rick Pitino, Louisville (693-240), 10 regular season conference titles, 12 conference tournament titles, 7 Final Fours, 2 National Titles

4. Jim Boehiem, Syracuse (948-320), 11 Big East titles, 5 Big East tournament titles, 4 Final Fours, 1 National Title

5. John Calipari, Kentucky (594-176), 14 regular season conference titles, 11 conference tournament titles, 4 Final Fours, 1 National Title

6. Tom Izzo, Michigan State (487-186), 7 Big Ten titles, 4 Big Ten tournament titles, 6 Final Fours, 1 National Title

7. Billy Donovan, Florida (484-188), 8 SEC titles, 4 SEC tournament titles, 3 Final Fours, 2 National Titles

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8. Bill Self, Kansas (532-174), 16 regular season conference titles, 7 conference tournament titles, 2 Final Fours, 1 National Title

9. Steve Fisher, San Diego State (497-256), 4 regular season conference titles, 4 conference tournament titles, 3 Final Fours, 1 National Title

10. Bob Huggins, West Virginia (668-277), 13 regular season conference titles, 10 conference tournament titles, 2 Final Fours

 

Just missing the top 10:

Larry Brown- Amazingly in just 9 years he went to 7 tournaments, 3 Final Fours, and won a title. Punishing him for lack of longevity not for ability.

Tubby Smith- One glorious title run with the Wildcats.

Mike Montgomery- A ton of wins, and a Final Four with Stanford.

Lon Kruger- Has won a lot of games and went to a Final Four with the Gators.

Rick Barnes- Texas may want more, but the Horns have won, and gotten to a Final Four

Cliff Ellis- Longevity, and he got 4 different teams into the dance.

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