Nick Saban is the consensus top coach in college football. Of course, that's what happens when you win three of the past four national championships and consistently field a roster that some would argue is as talented as an NFL team.
Will Muschamp, meanwhile, is still building his reputation as a head coach. After a tumultuous 7-6 campaign, he entered 2012 with the added pressure to immediately field a winning team. He and the Gators responded by winning 11 games and reaching the Sugar Bowl.
Even though Muschamp does not have nearly as much credibility as Saban, there are a few areas in which the Gator head man has actually outshone his SEC counterpart in recent months. Eventually, there is a great chance that Muschamp can earn his spot among Saban and the all-around "heavyweights" of college coaching.
For right now, however, here are five things that Muschamp does better than Saban.