Who Are The Worst Coaches In College Football History?

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College football used to be a breeding ground for young men who, someday, would be gridiron heroes inspiring millions of young people and role models of courage, strength and manly humility. Now? Not so much. Rolling Stone has nominated this bumper crop of self-centered, narcissistic and even dishonest A-Ho coaches who are turning out the next generation of whiny, spoiled, thuggish brats. And, we’ve added a few administrators worth special mention for turning college football into a cesspool of violence, greed and even shocking criminality. Welcome to the future…

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The CF Playoff Committee

For “acting without any consistent rhyme or reason, the committee proved once and for all that college football is not subject to logic.”
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Big 12 Commish Bob Bowlsby

For choosing to “to name Baylor and TCU Big 12 “co-champions,” despite the league’s own motto being “One True Champion.”
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Jim Mora Jr. (UCLA)

Mora makes the cut because he “doesn’t comprehend the reason he’s making $3.25 million this year, openly admits to being an a-hole” but still manages to “get decent results by wringing all of the joy out of the sport.” Finally, a ray of hope…
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Kirk Ferentz (Iowa)

Rolling Stone blasts Ferentz as “the poster child for overpaid head coaches” because this wildly overrated hack “hasn’t won more than eight games since 2009.”
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Charlie Weis (Kansas)

While not technically being an active coach any longer, Weis appears on the list for “shredding the Kansas football program in his time there” and for being “possibly the worst college football coach of the modern era.”
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Paul Petrino (Idaho)

For having to be “restrained during a confrontation with a local reporter over mild criticism of his offense” and for “dealing internally with an alleged shoplifting incident involving multiple Idaho players.”
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Lane Kiffin (Alabama)

For still being “the same guy who burned bridges at Tennessee and saw the USC program regress into near-irrelevance during his tenure.” Twisting the knife, RS vilifies Kiffin for resembling “every spoiled frat boy who’s ever shown up in a raunchy college comedy.”
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Bobby Petrino (Louisville)

“Louisville. Thirteen games as Atlanta Falcons coach. Arkansas. The motorcycle accident. One season at Western Kentucky. Back to Louisville.” ‘Nuff said…
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Special Mention

Florida State fans, for “acts of Twitter terrorism and consistent defense of Seminole players’ equally consistent misbehavior.” According to Rolling Stone, FSU fanatics “are the most vexing and infuriating example of zealotry these days.”
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Tim Beckman (Illinois)

The current champion a-hole who tops Rolling Stones’ 2015 list for “serious allegations of player abuse that he refused to address at this year’s Big Ten media days” and whose “ineptitude has set the Illini program back by at least several years.”
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Dishonorable Mention…

Joe Paterno, rest his soul. As he breathed his last, he ended up mired in the worst and most disgraceful scandal in college football history, which destroyed his sterling reputation built up over nearly 50 years of greatness. A terrible waste. But, he shoulda called the cops…
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And, The Winner is…

Jerry Sandusky, who else? This piece of human sewage damaged dozens, maybe even hundreds of adolescent boys who trusted in him for guidance and looked to him for sorely lacking support and safety. And he repaid their trust by diddling them in the shower. May he truly rot, first in jail, then forever in the next life…
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