College football is a game where coaching makes all the difference in the world. At this level of competition a coach not only has to be the decision-maker on the field, but a leader in locker room and on the practice field.
The head coach is the shepherd and the players are his flock. OK, that's a corny way to put it, but you follow the drift.
It's rare that a poorly coached football team has any sustained success in the standings.
So with that note, here are the 2010 power rankings for top 100 head coaches in college football.