In college basketball, where there hasn’t been an undefeated champion in more than 30 years, imperfection is the rule, not the exception. That principle applies even to the most exalted of the game’s coaches, especially in an era when several of history’s greatest are competing against each other.
Florida’s Billy Donovan is the only coach in the last 20 years to earn back-to-back NCAA titles. For all that he’s consistently recruited some first-class post players to lead his teams, Donovan has been so reliant on the three-point shot that his big men sometimes get lost in the shuffle.
Herein, a closer look at the Gators’ bench boss, along with the weaknesses (large or small) that mar the rest of the country’s top 20 coaches.