- Chris Low, College Football
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When you start selecting coaching villains, so much of it gets back to who's doing the selecting.
For instance, in the realm of the Alabama Football Nation, good luck in finding somebody who doesn't revere Nick Saban. Of course, the folks in and around the 334 area code in that state probably haven't spent a lot of time posing for pictures with Saban's statue at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Steve Spurrier is one of the most refreshing and funny figures in all of college football. That is, unless your team has been on the wrong end of one of his zingers after he's beaten you a bunch of times in a row.
Something says Urban Meyer isn't as popular these days in Florida as he was in 2008 when he was putting the finishing touches on the Gators' second national championship in three years.
And would anybody in the SEC stop to lend a hand to Lane Kiffin if he were broken down on the side of the road? Alshon Jeffery might pump his gas for him, but that's a story for another day.
Anyway, you get the idea.
Now it's on you, the fans, to tell us via our SportsNation poll who gets the top prize as the SEC's most hated coach -- past or present.
We've come up with five choices.
We'll review the results later this week.
When you start selecting coaching villains, so much of it gets back to who's doing the selecting.For instance, in the realm of the Alabama Football Nation, good luck in finding somebody who doesn't revere Nick Saban.