I am pretty sure that there are only 3 African American men's Division 1 head basketball coaches who have won a Division 1 men's basketball championship: John Thompson, Jr.Nolan RichardsonTubby Smith
National Association of Basketball Coaches was created in 1927.
Bob Stoops, Oklahoma won a national championship in his second season
Though the NCAA does not determine an official national champion for Division I FBS football, several ACC members have achieved a national championship through the Associated Press, the Coaches Poll, or the Bowl Championship Series.Clemson-1981 (the Associated Press Poll and the Coaches Poll)Florida State-1993 (the Associated Press Poll and the Coaches Poll), 1999 (Bowl Championship Series)Georgia Tech-1990 (the Coaches Poll)Maryland-1953 (the Associated Press Poll and the Coaches Poll)Miami-1983, 1987, 1989, 1991 (the Associated Press Poll and the Coaches Poll), 2001 (Bowl Championship Series)*Italics denote championships won before the school joined the ACC.
John Wooden-UCLA AND Al McGuire--Marquette
Unless I am mistaken, there is only one: Nick Saban, who won the BCS Championship at LSU (2004) and at Alabama (2009).
Two black coaches have won the NCAA Basketball Championship. John Thompson of Georgetown in 1984 and Nolan Richardson of Arkansas in 1994.
This question is difficult to answer, given the "mythical" national championship in Division 1-FBS (I-A) and the fact that Division 2 was only organized in the 1970s (previously known under different names, including "college division"). There have been coaches to win national titles at both the FBS and FCS levels (Jim Tressel being the most recent, having won at Youngstown State and Ohio State), but there are no verifiable instances of a coach winning a D-II and D-I-FBS title since Division 2 was officially chartered.
In 1869 Princeton and Rutgers split the college football National Championship. The first consensus (Coaches' and Media polls) National Championship was Oklahoma in 1950.
everyone involved gets a ring. except fans; that would be absurd.
You MUST be amazing! It takes size athleticism and skill to play d1 basketball you must also have looks from recruiters or coaches for a better chance.
Women's Basketball Coaches Association was created in 1981.
This is acctually a complicated question, I hope this helps. The NCAA does not grant an official national championship in the FBS (formerly Division 1-A), instead the highest level of an official national championship is in the FCS (formerly Division 1-AA). As for the FBS, the national championship has traditionally been decided by two to three sets of polls voted on by members of the media or coaches. The BCS was formed to try and put the two top teams together in a "national championship" game using the polls to determine those teams. Since the AP poll pulled out of the BCS, however, the champion is decided by the winner of the BCS title game AND the Associated Press. So there could theoretically be a BCS champion and an AP champion, both of which would be regarded as the "national champion" for that year. However, 2003 was the last time this happened (LSU won the BCS, but the AP selected USC.) There are also a handfull of mathematical systems that grant a "national championship" but they are not typically recognized by schools, fans, or the media.
Clair Francis Bee
No coach has the championship title as there is no championship for coaches. The championship is for teams.
In 1947, "Fritz" Crisler. In 1948, Bennie Oosterbaan. In 1997, Lloyd Carr.
See the following post: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_are_the_top_20_coaches_with_the_most_NCAA_Division_1_basketball_wins
Pete Newell, Dean Smith, Bob Knight, and Mike Krzyzewski
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The professional basketball coaches make an average of $3.4 million per year. There are professional coaches in the USA who earn more than this.
C. Vivian Stringer Geno should be on there in the near future