The 2011 college football season will begin with new head coaches at 21 separate programs.
Some of these programs are on the rise, some are on the decline and the rest are somewhere in between.
Several high profile schools will have a new head coach in 2011 including Florida, Miami and Michigan.
Some of these coaches will succeed, but others will struggle in their first year. All of these teams will face obstacles, and the success of their season will come down to how they deal with these obstacles.
In the coaching carousel you saw Will Muschamp leave Texas for Florida, Brady Hoke go to Michigan and Stanford replace Jim Harbaugh with in-house candidate David Shaw, along with a plethora of other coaching moves.
With that being said, which first-year coach will win the most games next season?
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