The ultimate goal in college football is the BCS Championship.
There have been 14 BCS Championships Games since the system was introduced for the 1998 season, and each team making it that far is certainly worthy of praise for such success.
Along those lines, the head coaches who, in many cases, built a program to a point where it could compete for a national title also deserve great praise.
But where do those coaches rank among their contemporaries—the other coaches to guide their programs all the way to the BCS Championship Game?
Here, we'll rank the coaches of the teams that have played in the year's final game—the BCS National Championship Game.