The final two coaches on this list are in a category that few coaches will ever be close to entering: the 900 Wins Club.
Before we enter the 2012-13 season, two names are on the club's membership role: Mike Krzyzewski (927 wins) and Bob Knight (902).
Jim Calhoun may not even know whether he is going to be physically able to withstand another season of college basketball coaching.
Since he is a three-time cancer survivor and had surgery last year to repair a painful condition in his back, I wouldn't think that his recent bike accident would deter him from being on the Huskies sidelines this season.
Calhoun's unbelievable career mark of 873-369 (70.1 percent) represents 40 years of Division I coaching (14 at Northeastern and 26 at UConn).
Along the way, he has won three NCAA championships (1999, 2004, 2011), one NIT title (1988) and seven Big East tournaments (1990, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2011).
UConn would have to come up with 27 victories this season to get their coach into this most elite club among college hoops coaches.
It might be a stretch to include Calhoun on this list for this year—but when you've logged four decades of college coaching, I will include you on this kind of list too, okay?