As far as head coaches winning an NFL championship it is Dan Reeves who coached 23 seasons and 357 regular season games without winning a Super Bowl. Reeves coached teams to 4 Super Bowls (Denver 3 and Atlanta 1) but lost each one. Next comes Chuck Knox with 22 seasons and 334 regular season games as head coach. Knox did not coach a team to the Super Bowl. Next comes Marty Schottenheimer with 21 seasons and 327 regular season games as head coach. Marty did not coach a team to the Super Bowl.
Tom Landry is the longest tenured coach in NFL history as he coached the Dallas Cowboys from 1960 until 1988. Jeff Fisher is the longest tenured head coach still in the league. He has coached the Tennessee Titans since 1994.
Taking over as head coach of the San Antonio Spurs in 1996, Greg Popovich is not only the longest-tenured coach in the NBA, he is the longest-tenured coach in the four major professional North American sports leagues. Doc Rivers is the 2nd-longest-tenured NBA head coach, having assumed the head coaching position in Boston in 2004.
Rick Stansbury, Miss st
Mark Richt at Georgia....10 years
The longest tenured coach in NFL history was Tom Landry, who coached the Cowboys from 1960 to 1988 for a total of 29 years. The second longest tenured coach was Don Shula who coached the Dolphins from 1970 to 1995 for a total of 26 years.
Tom Landry. 1960-1988, 28 years.
George Halas. Halas spent 40 seasons as head coach of the Chicago Bears franchise (1920-1929, 1933-1942, 1946-1955, 1958-1967).
Jim Bohiem - 45 years as of March 2014
Ben Schwartzwalder. Schwartzwalder was head coach of Syracuse between 1949-1973 and compiled a record of 153-91-3. He is the longest tenured football coach in the school's history.
The late, great Tom Landry was the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys from the team's beginnings in 1960 until 1988.
John Calipari (Kentucky) Coach K (Duke) Jim Calhoun (Uconn, idk how names spelled)
No, I believe it was Don Shula with the Dolphins.Through the 2008 season, Noll's 23 seasons and 342 games rank him 7th on the all time list. The longest tenured coach in NFL history is George Halas with 40 seasons (1920-1929, 1933-1942, 1946-1955, and 1958-1967). Shula's 33 seasons rank 2nd, tied with Curly Lambeau.
Joe Paterno was an assistant for Pen state from 1950-1965 and took over as head coach in 1966. He is still the head coachJerry Sloan is the longest tenured active coach in major professional sports with 22 consecutive seasons with the Utah Jazz.
Bo Ryan, he's in his 9th season with the badgers. The badgers have only lost 11 out of 165 games at the Kohl Center with him as the coach. He is the second longest tenured head coach in the big ten.
Richard John Hoak (born December 8, 1939 in Jeannette, Pennsylvania) is a former running backs coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers - the longest tenured coach in the team's history. He was also a running back with the Steelers (1961-1970) and a noted collegiate player at Penn State.
No coach has the championship title as there is no championship for coaches. The championship is for teams.
The second NBA championship in 76ers history was in the 1966-67 season. The head coach thst season was Alex Hannum.
i would say Phil Jackson, he has 11 championship rings
Jerry Sloan - Utah Jazz SIR ALEX FERGUSON............Manchester United....1986- present........... Its not Jerry Sloan.......... no one cares about soccer. jerry sloan it is
Steve Owen.Owen was head coach of the Giants for 23 seasons (1931-1953) and compiled a regular season record of 151-100-17. The Giants won 2 NFL championships (1934, 1938) under his reign.
The Lakers winning this (2009) championship will cement Phil Jackson as the greatest coach of all time and the Los Angeles Lakers as the winning team in NBA history
tenure: the act, right, manner, or term of holding something (as a landed property, a position, or an office); especially : a status granted after a trial period to a teacher that gives protection from summary dismissalTo be a tenured coach is incorrect grammar. He was a coach in tenure of his team. Tenure is used as a noun and not as an adjective.