The coaching carousel was a little bit different in 2013-14. All of the biggest-name hires seemed to be former head coaches bouncing around from one school to another, as opposed to big-name coordinators getting a promotion.
The two best offensive coordinators who became head coaches this offseason—Blake Anderson (North Carolina to Arkansas State) and Chuck Martin (Notre Dame to Miami-Ohio)—were considered among the best in their profession, but neither was considered at the top.
Without a Kliff Kingsbury to Texas Tech-type move this winter, the names on this list are stacked. Almost all of the hottest offensive coordinators in the country will remain offensive coordinators for at least another season, which means it was hard to crack the top 15.
But based on their resume, their recent success and whom they have learned from by coaching under, a group of offensive coordinators did stand out as the most adept in the country for next season.
Sound off below and let me know who I overlooked.