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Success of Iowa and Georgia Tech Due to Coaches

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This 76th Orange Bowl Classic showcases two of the top 10 teams in the country Tuesday night in large part because Georgia Tech and Iowa are lucky to have what so many other major college football programs do not.

They have stability at the top. They have tranquility there. Each has the comfort of an overriding sense that his team has the right head coach, the right man steering, and that the topic is subject to neither rancorous debate nor yearly doubts.

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