Winning a college football national championship is not easy to do, but over the years some coaches have proven more fortunate in that category than others.
One of those coaches who was very fortunate was former Auburn head coach Gene Chizik.
ESPN personality Paul Finebaum was quick to point that out, calling him the worst head coach to ever win a national championship.
That got us to thinking, is Finebaum right, or does somebody else top the list?
There have been some excellent coaches to never win a national championship, and there have been some not so successful coaches to come away with titles.
Whether it was because of inherited talent, an easy schedule or just plain luck, the 10 names on this list were fortunate to come away with national titles.
Here are the 10 worst coaches in college football history to win a national championship.
*National championships coming before the BCS was introduced are according to the AP National Champion or Coaches Poll
*Selections only date back to 1936 with the inception of the AP Poll