Pat Dye
Auburn, Wyoming, East Carolina
153-62-5 (19 seasons)

Led Auburn University to four Southeastern Conference titles, including three straight from 1987-89, during his 12-year tenure (1981-1992) with the Tigers
Three-time SEC Coach of the Year
Named National Coach of the Year in 1983 after leading Auburn to an 11-1 record, including a victory over Michigan in the Sugar Bowl
One of only seven coaches in college football history to have coached a winner of the Heisman Trophy (Bo Jackson), Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award (Tracy Rocker)
Also coached 21 All-Americans, 71 All-SEC players and 48 Academic All-SEC players at Auburn
Posted five Top-10 finishes while compiling a 99-39-4 record at AU, including four 10-win seasons and six bowl victories
Also coached at East Carolina (1974-1979) and Wyoming (1980)
Compiled an overall record of 153-62-5 for a .707 winning percentage in his 19 seasons as a head coach
Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2005

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