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RE: Last 10 Tigers MBB Coaches
I’d love to see the complete records. What all former coaches did before and after Memphis. Bartow, Cal, Kirk all of them. I’m guessing Cal still has the best win %
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(Yesterday 08:27 AM)Eagleonpar Wrote:  I’d love to see the complete records. What all former coaches did before and after Memphis. Bartow, Cal, Kirk all of them. I’m guessing Cal still has the best win %

Wikipedia has a sortable charge with all of it. Here's the order:
1. Bob Vanatta (1956-1962): 109-34 - 0.762
2. John Calipari (2000-2009): 214-69 - 0.756
3. Fredrick Grantham (1920-1921): 22-7 - 0.750
4. Dana Kirk
5. Gene Bartow
6. Josh Pastner
7. Penny Hardaway
... and 12 other guys, ending with
19. W. H. Depriest (1921-1922). 1-7 - 0.125


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memphis_Ti...aches_list
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RE: Last 10 Tigers MBB Coaches
(Yesterday 10:02 AM)aardWolf Wrote:  
(Yesterday 08:27 AM)Eagleonpar Wrote:  I’d love to see the complete records. What all former coaches did before and after Memphis. Bartow, Cal, Kirk all of them. I’m guessing Cal still has the best win %

Wikipedia has a sortable charge with all of it. Here's the order:
1. Bob Vanatta (1956-1962): 109-34 - 0.762
2. John Calipari (2000-2009): 214-69 - 0.756
3. Fredrick Grantham (1920-1921): 22-7 - 0.750
4. Dana Kirk
5. Gene Bartow
6. Josh Pastner
7. Penny Hardaway
... and 12 other guys, ending with
19. W. H. Depriest (1921-1922). 1-7 - 0.125


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memphis_Ti...aches_list

Not really the same thing. It doesn't show what the coaches did before and after Memphis.
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RE: Last 10 Tigers MBB Coaches
(Yesterday 10:27 AM)msu35 Wrote:  
(Yesterday 10:02 AM)aardWolf Wrote:  
(Yesterday 08:27 AM)Eagleonpar Wrote:  I’d love to see the complete records. What all former coaches did before and after Memphis. Bartow, Cal, Kirk all of them. I’m guessing Cal still has the best win %

Wikipedia has a sortable charge with all of it. Here's the order:
1. Bob Vanatta (1956-1962): 109-34 - 0.762
2. John Calipari (2000-2009): 214-69 - 0.756
3. Fredrick Grantham (1920-1921): 22-7 - 0.750
4. Dana Kirk
5. Gene Bartow
6. Josh Pastner
7. Penny Hardaway
... and 12 other guys, ending with
19. W. H. Depriest (1921-1922). 1-7 - 0.125


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memphis_Ti...aches_list

Not really the same thing. It doesn't show what the coaches did before and after Memphis.

I was just interested in Total Record as a division 1 head coach. Here and elsewhere combined.

Here’s Bartow 491-253 for a .660 win %

So he did worse when he wasn’t at Memphis
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Last 10 Tigers MBB Coaches
(Yesterday 10:27 AM)msu35 Wrote:  
(Yesterday 10:02 AM)aardWolf Wrote:  
(Yesterday 08:27 AM)Eagleonpar Wrote:  I’d love to see the complete records. What all former coaches did before and after Memphis. Bartow, Cal, Kirk all of them. I’m guessing Cal still has the best win %

Wikipedia has a sortable charge with all of it. Here's the order:
1. Bob Vanatta (1956-1962): 109-34 - 0.762
2. John Calipari (2000-2009): 214-69 - 0.756
3. Fredrick Grantham (1920-1921): 22-7 - 0.750
4. Dana Kirk
5. Gene Bartow
6. Josh Pastner
7. Penny Hardaway
... and 12 other guys, ending with
19. W. H. Depriest (1921-1922). 1-7 - 0.125


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memphis_Ti...aches_list

Not really the same thing. It doesn't show what the coaches did before and after Memphis.


Ah, I understand. I actually got some of that together a year or so ago. Built it into a chart, but never posted it here. I originally did it because Pastner was being hailed as one of the best ever, but his total record is getting worse.

This one is actually nice, but only includes coaches with at least 10 seasons:
https://www.sports-reference.com/cbb/lea...areer.html
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RE: Last 10 Tigers MBB Coaches
(Yesterday 03:02 PM)aardWolf Wrote:  Ah, I understand. I actually got some of that together a year or so ago. Built it into a chart, but never posted it here. I originally did it because Pastner was being hailed as one of the best ever, but his total record is getting worse.

This one is actually nice, but only includes coaches with at least 10 seasons:
https://www.sports-reference.com/cbb/lea...areer.html

It's funny you mention that. I don't typically think of Pastner, but I did recently because of a certain poster here who used to hail him as the best ever. So after looking up his performance for the Yellow Jackets, I decided to check their main fan board to see what they were saying. You'll love this gem from their fan base:

Quote:Pastner hire was a loser from the get-go. Memphis wanted his *** gone and we were stupid enough to take him.

Moral of the story? Thank you Georgia Tech!
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