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Any suggestions? Who fielded the worst teams ever?
Ron Zook, Bill Curry,Gerry DiNardo and #1 Gene Chizik
Back in the day, I ran a 3.9 in the 20
Ears Whitworth, Doug Barfield.
This post was edited by wishbonetider 17 months ago
I think Barfield is the winner.
Mike Price. Fired before he even coached a game.
He had Joe Cribbs, Linoel James and William Andrews and could only muster up 8 wins........I agree
You forgot their 4 time Heisman winner James Brooks.
1984 300ZX Anniversary Model, 1970 Olds 442 W-30 & Pepper Bird
Ed Orgeron needs to be honorable mention, at worst.
Gerry DiNardo actually did a great job at Vandy considering the talent they had when he got there and when he left.
Think he did a decent job at LSU too.
I wouldn't put him anywhere at the top of the list of coaches...but definitely wouldn't put at worst...
Just at Vandy, Woody W. and Rod Dowhower were both worse than DiNardo
Curley Hallman LSU
Rocky Felker MSU
Link below has Jim as worst coach at Iowa St. So might make it as the worst at 2 schools.
There's an old saying when it comes to coaching that I'd like you to keep in mind as you read this article. You're never as good as they say you are, and you're never as bad as they say you are...
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Lnldaddy 17 months ago
You know, I actually forgot bout Vandy. He did do a decent job there. I stand corrected. What bout Brad Scott?
Has won an SEC championship since Fulmer did. And beat Spurrier twice in one year...something Fulmer could only fantasize about.
Was .500 actually. Coached the A Day Game!
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