College basketball coaches get paid lots of money, and those big salaries are usually tied to wins and losses.
Division, conference and national championships get thrown into the mix as well, but those accomplishments are necessarily realistic for all of the roughly 350 guys running Division I programs.
But beyond just the win-loss record and end-of-season rankings, coaches who consistently put together great years start to develop a legacy that they become known for, even when they don't end up on top. It's why Mike Krzyzewski will continue to be considered one of the greatest coaches in NCAA history even when his highly talented teams get upset in the first round of the NCAA tournament twice in three years.
There were 10 coaches in particular whose exploits during the 2013-14 season helped enhance their legacies. Whether they've been around for a long time or are just starting out, what they did this year will help define what they're known for decades from now.
Here's our look at 10 coaches who added the most to their legacies in 2014.