John Robinson
Southern California, UNLV
132-77-4 (18 seasons)

Led USC to a national championship (1978), two No. 2 finishes, three Pac-10 titles and five postseason bowls in his original run (1976-82) with the program, including three Rose Bowl victories
His second term (1993-97) at USC featured three more bowl victories, including the Rose Bowl title in 1995 that improved his career record in the bowl to 4-0
His teams won 82 percent of their games (67-14-2) in his original run, averaging nearly 10 victories a year
From 1978 through 1980, USC posted a school-record 28-game unbeaten streak
Named National Coach of the Year in 1979 following an 11-0-1 campaign
Earned his 200th win as a head coach in pro and college football with UNLV's victory over rival Nevada in 2002
His 8-1 bowl record gives him a higher winning percentage in the postseason (.889) than any college coach in history with a minimum of eight games
Coached two Heisman Trophy winners (Charles White and Marcus Allen) and a Lombardi Award honoree (Brad Budde) and has tutored 25 first-team All-Americans, 22 NFL first-round selections and a total of 92 NFL draft picks


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