Building the Ultimate College Football Coaching Staff for 2014 Season

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Building the Ultimate College Football Coaching Staff for 2014 Season
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Nick Saban has established himself as college football's premier head coach.

What if money were no option?

What if contracts, school loyalty and recruiting ties weren’t an issue?

What if you could build the ultimate coaching staff?

As college football teams across the nation prepare for the 2014 season’s kickoff in just over two weeks, head coaches are garnering the lion’s share of attention.

Which coaches are national title contenders?

Which coaches are on the hot seat?

Behind the scenes toil the secret to their success: Assistant coaches. While head coaches serve as CEOs of their programs, their assistants do the bulk of one-on-one work with players, molding and shaping them for fall success.

Those assistants are becoming exceedingly well-paid, and with good reason. Without them, college programs would be in a world of trouble. They deserve the pay, as well as the recognition.

Here’s a look at one man’s idea of the ultimate college football coaching staff, across the board.

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