4 B1G coaches recognized by peers for running clean programs
Multiple coaches think that two B1G schools are among college football’s cleanest programs.
CBS Sports recently continued its series of articles based off coaches answers to a series of a questions. The coaches were promised anonymity to encourage candid answers.
The question posed was “Which of your peers do you believe is completely clean and by the book in running his team?”
Two B1G programs, Michigan State and Wisconsin, are part of four-way tie for fourth place as MSU’s Mark Dantonio and UW’s Paul Chryst each received eight percent of the responses.
- David Shaw, Stanford (17 percent)
- Chris Petersen, Washington (17 percent)
- David Cutcliffe, Duke (13 percent)
- Bill Snyder, Kansas State (8 percent)
- Mark Dantonio, Michigan State (8 percent)
- Craig Bohl, Wyoming (8 percent)
- Paul Chryst, Wisconsin (8 percent)
CBS Sports published one “explain yourself” response regarding Dantonio:
“Mark Dantonio. Getting to know him personally and observing him over the years, I know he does things the right way.”
Ohio State’s Urban Meyer and Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald were among the other coaches receiving votes.
More “explain yourselves” responses can be found in the article here.