The 2012 college football season is still months away, but those who oversee its coverage at The Sporting News did their best this week to turn some of the attention away from the
Ranking the 125 coaches of Football Bowl Subdivision teams was a pretty ambitious undertaking, and I'm sure it will cause quite a bit of chatter in places like Tuscaloosa, Ala., where Nick Saban was ranked at the top as well as other college towns where the folks are still dissecting spring practice and recruiting classes.
Which means not anywhere in the state of Maryland.
Not at Navy, where
I was actually surprised by Niumatalolo’s placement, but I wasn’t by Edsall's. Had he stayed in Storrs and had a respectable season in 2011, I really believe that he and not Bill O’Brien would have been picked to succeed
Like James Franklin.
Two of the more interesting picks for Maryland fans were the former offensive coordinator Franklin, who after winning six games in his first season at Vanderbilt came in at No. 25 and former Texas Tech coach
Based strictly on personal opinion, here are my choices for the most overrated and most underrated coaches on TSN's ranking.
Most underrated: Brett Bielema of