For football coaches that coached more than one season at Auburn, that is Mike Donahue who was head football coach between 1904-1922 and compiled a record of 106-35-5 for a winning percentage of .743.
"As Mack Brown enters his 12th season as the head coach of the Texas Longhorns, the records just keep growing. With a mark at Texas of 115-26, he has the best winning percentage (.816) of any coach in UT history." http://www.mackbrown-texasfootball.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/brown_mack00.html
Collegiate Baseball Coach of the Year was created in 1980.
Josh Cody. Cody was the head coach of Florida from 1936-1939 and compiled a winning percentage of .419 on a record of 17-24-2.
Dr. Tom Osborne
Forget football. get a dirtbike. race motocross. become a man. Actually you are probably to wussy to. And you think its not physically demanding because you have never even ridden a dirtbike. I hate jocks. and you.
Dick Basham, former coach of the Marquette Universit H.S. Hilltoppers
Derek Dooley, the son of the former Georgia championship winning coach, Vince Dooley
Tom Osborne's regular season record in his 25 seasons as head coach of the University of Nebraska was 255-49-3 for a winning percentage of .836. His record in bowl games was 12-13 for a winning percentage of .480.
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In football, for coaches that coached at least 5 years at Notre Dame, that is Knute Rockne with an 88.1 winning percentage (record was 105-12-5 over 13 seasons between 1918-1930). Jack Marks had a 93.3 winning percentage over two years (record was 13-0-2 between 1911-1912).
In the modern era Lou Holtz is considered to be the most successful Fighting Irish coach. He coached for 11 years at Notre Dame and had a record of 100-30-2 which gives him a winning percentage of .765. Taking into account all Notrue Dame head coaches the best would have to be Knute Rockne. He coached for 13 years and had a record of 105-12-5 which gives him a winning percentage of .881.
Bobby Bowden National Collegiate Coach of the Year Award was created in 2009.
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Vince Lombardi - .900 (9-1)
Pete Carroll's only college head coaching job has been at the University of Southern California, where he has been head coach since the 2001 season. As of the start of the 2007 season, Carroll's regular season record is 65-12 for a winning percentage of .844. USC is 4-2 in bowl games under Carroll.