Poll: SEC's most underappreciated coach

April, 16, 2013
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We asked your opinion earlier this week on LSU's Les Miles being ranked by Athlon Sports as the SEC's seventh best head coach.

We heard plenty, too, both yea and nay.

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Who is the SEC's most under-appreciated head coach?

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    27%
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    12%
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    11%
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    7%
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    43%

Discuss (Total votes: 13,236)

Miles has won two SEC championships and one national championship at LSU, and he's also won 11 or more games in five of his eight seasons in Baton Rouge.

Is he the league's most underappreciated head coach?

Or is it Georgia's Mark Richt, who according to a loud sect of Georgia fans I hear from regularly, should have been gone several years ago. Never mind that he's been to the SEC championship game each of the past two years and came within a tipped pass of playing for the national championship last season.

Then again, maybe it's Florida's Will Muschamp, Mississippi State's Dan Mullen or Missouri's Gary Pinkel.

We'll let you tell us who is the SEC's most underappreciated head coach by voting in our SportsNation poll.

We'll give you the rest of the week to vote, and we'll go over the results later in the week. This ought to be interesting.

Chris Low | email

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