It isn’t much of a debate who the best coach in the country is. That title belongs to Nick Saban until he isn’t competing for national titles anymore.

And given the job that Urban Meyer has done rebuilding Ohio State into a national power, the No. 2 spot isn’t much of a debate, either.

It’s everything else that’s up for grabs.

CBS Sports attempted to rank every Power Five coach in the country heading into 2016. That’s obviously not an easy thing to do for coaches who are entering their first full year like Chris Ash, D.J. Durkin, Lovie Smith and Tracy Claeys. Naturally, they found themselves near the bottom of the rankings.

But the B1G did have three coaches in the top 10, and they were the only conference to do that.

Here’s where the non-top 25 B1G coaches ranked (last year):

64. Chris Ash, Rutgers (NR)

63. Darrell Hazell, Purdue (64)

61. Tracy Claeys, Minnesota (NR)

60. D.J. Durkin, Maryland (NR)

49. Lovie Smith, Illinois (NR)

48. Kevin Wilson, Indiana (62)

43. Mike Riley, Nebraska (48)

41. James Franklin, Penn State (33)

39. Paul Chryst, Wisconsin (51)

34. Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern (39)

Among the B1G coaches in that group, Franklin was the only one who moved down from his spot last year. Kevin Wilson and Paul Chryst both got solid boosts after leading their programs to bowl games in 2015. Had Northwestern not gotten thumped against Tennessee, Fitzgerald likely would’ve been in the top 25. In my opinion, he still should’ve been.

Here’s where the B1G coaches ranked among other top-25 coaches:

25. Bobby Petrino, Louisville (19)

24. Rich Rodriguez, Arizona (23)

23. Kyle Whittingham, Utah (30)

22. Bret Bielema, Arkansas (18)

21. Hugh Freeze, Ole Miss (31)

20. Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State (24)

19. Kirk Ferentz, Iowa (36)

18. Mark Richt, Miami (7)

17. Bill Snyder, Kansas State (16)

16. Mark Helfrich, Oregon (14)

15. David Cutcliffe, Duke (32)

14. Chris Petersen, Washington (12)

13. Gus Malzahn, Auburn (10)

12. Brian Kelly, Notre Dame (13)

11. Art Briles, Baylor (11)

10. Jim Harbaugh, Michigan (9)

9. David Shaw, Stanford (20)

8. Dabo Swinney, Clemson (22)

7. Les Miles, LSU (4)

6. Jimbo Fisher, Florida State (8)

5. Mark Dantonio, Michigan State (15)

4. Bob Stoops, Oklahoma (3)

3. Gary Patterson, TCU (5)

2. Urban Meyer, Ohio State (2)

1. Nick Saban, Alabama (1)

Not surprisingly, Ferentz got a nice boost after leading Iowa to its first Rose Bowl in 25 years. But there were a couple of questionable calls in the top 10.

In what world does Harbaugh move back after the year he had in Ann Arbor. Also, how does Dantonio fall behind Patterson? He was the one who led the Spartans passed the consensus national title favorite without his starting quarterback en route to a College Football Playoff berth.

But this list is a subjective one, and that’s the way CBS’ panel sees it for now.