Bohl Has Respect of Peers; Considered to Run One of Cleanest Programs
Wyoming coach Craig Bohl has the respect of his peers for the way he runs a program.
In an anonymous survey by CBSSports.com, Bohl was tied for fourth place -- and the only coach not at one of the Big 5 conferences -- for running the cleanest program in college football.
David Shaw and Stanford and Chris Petersen of Washington tied for No. 1 with support from 17 percent. David Cutcliffe of Duke was third at 13 percent, and then came Bowl, Bill Snyder of Kansas State, Mark Dantonio of Michigan State and Paul Chryst of Wisconsin, each receiving eight percent of the votes.
The quote CBS singled out for Bohl was:
"[Bohl] just loves this game. Great friggin' ambassador."
|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|
Also receiving votes: Gary Patterson (TCU), Dabo Swinney (Clemson), Urban Meyer (Ohio State), Sonny Dykes (SMU), Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern)