2013 Hall of Fame Ballot - The Coaches
Colorado's Bill McCartney
Colorado's Bill McCartney
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Mar 8, 2013


Ranking the players and coaches on the 2013 ballot for induction into the Hall of Fame. ... Ranking the coaches.


2013 Hall of Fame Ballot

The Coaches
 

2013 CFN Hall of Fame Ballot Rankings
- Slam Dunk Hall of Famers | The Coaches 
- Hall of Worthy, But Not Quite | Hall of Maybe | Hall of the Very Good

By Pete Fiutak 
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The Coaches
Ranking the Hall of Fame coaching candidates.

All coach write-ups taken from the National Football Foundation at www.footballfoundation.org.
 
5. Darryl Rogers-Cal State-Hayward (1965), Fresno State (1966-72), San Jose State (1973-75), Michigan State (1976-79), Arizona State (1980-84)
Took Fresno State to two bowl games. Achieved an unprecedented national ranking at San Jose State…Was Big Ten Coach of the Year in 1977 and National Coach of the Year by Sporting News in 1978…Won the Big Ten title in 1978.

4. Jim Carlen-West Virginia (1966-69), Texas Tech (1970-74), South Carolina (1975-1981)
Led teams to eight bowl games and 13 winning seasons in 16 years as head coach…1973 National Coach of the Year…Three-time Southwest Conference Coach of the Year… Coached Heisman Trophy winner George Rogers at South Carolina.

3. Wayne Hardin-Navy (1959-64), Temple (1970-82)
Led Navy to a No. 2 ranking in 1963 and Temple to a No. 17 ranking in 1979…Ranks third in wins (38) all-time at Navy and beat Army in five of six seasons…Temple’s all-time leader in wins (80), he led them to their only 10-win season and the Garden State Bowl in 1979.

2. Billy Jack Murphy-Memphis (1958-71)
All-time winningest coach in Memphis history…Had 11 winning seasons and retired as the 15th winningest coach in the nation…Member of the Memphis Hall of Fame and Mississippi State Hall of Fame.

1. Bill McCartney-Colorado (1982-94)
Led Buffs to 1990 National Championship and three Big Eight Conference titles…Three-time Big Eight Coach of the Year and 1989 National Coach of the Year…Helped CU to nine bowl games in 13 seasons…Coached 18 First Team All-America players, including Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam.