5 College Football Coaches Who Have Lost Their Recruiting Touch

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5 College Football Coaches Who Have Lost Their Recruiting Touch
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Recruiting is almost as important to a program as winning games is. Landing a great class year in and year out has to be among the top priorities for a head coach, especially in the major conferences. 

If a program wants to compete annually for BCS conference titles, BCS bowls and to get in the title game, then they must have a roster of exceptional talent. The way to get talent is through recruiting, so a coach must have a really good "recruiting touch."

Right now, it's safe to say that coaches like Nick Saban, Brady Hoke, Will Muschamp and Urban Meyer all have an outstanding recruiting touch.

There's two sides to every coin, though, so there are some coaches who are leading programs today that may not have a good recruiting touch and may have even lost it.

Here are five coaches who fit that profile right now. 

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