ESPN Analyst Has Shocking Pick For College Football's Greatest Coach
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Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban is widely regarded as the best college football coach of all time.
But during Wednesday's episode of First Take on ESPN, "Mad Dog" Chris Russo revealed his preference for the college football goat.
sticking to its distinctive mold of giving extra weight to old-fashioned players and coaches,
Rousseau named a coach who was active during the 1960s.
Controversial analyst named Ara Parseghiyan as the best college football coach of all time.
First Take co-host Stephen A. Smith and the rest of the college football world were stunned by this take.
Through 19 seasons as a college football head coach - eight with Northwestern and 11 with Notre Dame -
Parseghian set a record of 131-52-5 on aggregate. He led the Fighting Irish to two national championships – one in 1966 and one in 1973.
Saban has seven national championship victories, one with LSU and six with Alabama.
His overall college football coaching record currently sits at 269-67-1 and counting.