Unlike the NFL game, college football demands head coaches to be successful, while the NFL demands quarterbacks. In a time where college football has so much parity, having an edge in the coaching column with planning, preparation and in-game calls is the difference between eight- and ten-win seasons.
Head coaches are all different. Some are CEO types like Georgia's Mark Richt, and some are football fanatics like Florida's Will Muschamp. To each his own, but if I had to choose between one or the other, I'm going with a football guy.
Here's the SEC's head coaching rankings heading into 2013: