Nick Saban is easily the most successful coach of the BCS era.
The guy has won numerous conference championships, countless big games, and oh yeah, three national championships with two different teams. He's a defensive genius and a master recruiter who has built an unstoppable powerhouse at Alabama.
Along with wins and rings, another sign of a great head coach is the type of coaching tree they leave. If you're an excellent head coach, your assistants should move on to bigger and better opportunities as head coaches elsewhere.
This is certainly the case with Saban, who has former assistants head coaching other college programs, as well as coaching in the NFL. Some have experienced more success than others but one thing's for sure: Saban has quite the coaching tree.
Let's see how they stack up against each other.