In an age when college football coaches are under more scrutiny than ever before, it's inevitable that several will be underrated. Most only look at the record to judge a coach, but that isn't fair.
Sure, winning is everything in sports, and a coach won't have a job very long if he isn't winning. However, certain coaches need a little more time than others. Turning around a program is much more difficult than walking into a situation where a team is loaded with NFL draft prospects.
Some coaches, such as Mike London and Art Briles are great, but they aren't appreciated because of their win-loss record. A lot of these guys, such as Brian Kelly and Mark Richt, haven't even reached their full potential as coaches.
You can find them in every BCS conference.