All-Division-All-time: Larry Kehres - Mount Union .927 (as of 11/15/2009)
Major-College-All-Time: Knute Rockne - Notre Dame .881 Frank Leahy - Notre Dame .864
Major-College-Active: Urban Meyer - University of Florida .833 , Pete Carroll - University of Southern California .830 (as of 11/15/2009)
Larry Kehres is just barely the answer to this question and now has a .925 winning percentage (before 2010 season). If he were to lose two games in 2010, he would slip back behind the coach who held the record for half a century, Milburn "Catfish" Smith, who had a .924 winning percentage.
Dr. Tom Osborne
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick
Vince Lombardi - .900 (9-1)
Vince Lombardi for season + playoffs 105-35-6 .750
Garry hodges of north Arkansas college in Harrison. Ar
Highest Winning Percentage, Regular Season Miami Dolphins .580 Highest Winning Percentage, Overall Dallas Cowboys .577
Michigan has the highest winning percentage and the most wins
As December 4 of 2010 Avery Johnson with .707(with five years in this charge), then Phil Jackson with .705
No, Ohio State's winning percentage is 71.6%. It is the fifth highest of All-time. The University of Michigan holds the highest winning percentage of 74%
the colts have the highest winning precentage
Carolina Panthers, 6-3 for a .667 winning percentage.
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.
Hi Everyone, That's an easy one; the manager with the highest winning percentage of all time with at least 1000 games managed is Sparky Anderson with a .596 winning percentage. I REALLY love baseball and read everything I can get my hands on. Art Tafero
its the New York Yankees
vince young i think
canadiens then flyers
Aaron Rogers has the highest winning percentage at 67.226% followed by Ben Roethlisberger at 66.863%.... just .363 percent lower. Note, Roethlisberger has played 50 more games than Rogers and still has a really high winning percentage.