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I offer this to provide some perspective on who accomplished what given the schedule they play, and while it doesn't prove anything, it gives me some feelings, such as how incredibly good Jim Harbaugh is and why it is a no brainer for him to go to the NFL (he may be the actual best college coach period right now, over Saban) and we shouldn't be downtrodden to not land him.
Also, IMO it shows me that Kevin Sumlin who hasn't done much at Houston, also hasn't played anyone tough, and so it really makes him someone I don't want to see here.
It should also put into perspective that while Petersen and Patterson are definitely good coaches, both played schedules easier than UConn, and particularly BSU whose achievements are seriously put into question given how tremendously low their SOS is every year.
This doesn't mean I am anti any of these coaches (though Sumlin IMO never was a top choice and given his schedule and record he is someone I want no part of), but it should prove how the "tiered" system of determining coaches is not necesarily gospel. IMO, it's Harbaugh in tier Impossible, and then the rest are all similar.
Figures lie and Liars figure. lol Cant help it I am an accountant. Well thought out but SOS alone does not determine anything about a coaches ability to motivate, organize and build. All you can do is play who shows up.