When we talk about college football coaches, it seems like all the chatter usually surrounds the most criticized ones, like Rich Rodriguez, or the best ones, like Nick Saban.
But hardly anyone ever addresses the low-key guys, the headmen who consistently lead their teams to victory or turn around lower-tier programs without all the hoopla surrounding the nation's bigger programs.
Though, like Brady Hoke at Michigan, these coaches often enter the spotlight once they're recognized for their coaching skills, there are plenty more who go unnoticed or unheralded.
Not today, though—because we're here to celebrate the top 10 under-the-radar coaches for 2011.
Let's get right to it, shall we?