https://www.espn.com/college-footba...est-coaches-college-football-150-year-history Gary Patterson #74 74. Gary Patterson, 172-70 TCU (2000-present) Patterson has the rare distinction of winning conference titles (and being named Coach of the Year) in three different leagues at the same school. He shepherded the Horned Frogs from Conference USA to the Mountain West to the Big 12. His teams have won six league titles, posted seven top-10 finishes and played in 17 bowl games in his 20 seasons. In 2010, TCU went 13-0 and defeated Wisconsin 21-19 in the Rose Bowl. Dutch Meyer #135 135. Leo (Dutch) Meyer, 109-79-13 TCU (1934-52) If your resume includes two of the most distinguished quarterbacks in college football history, then you were obviously doing something right. But Meyer didn't just develop all-timers Sammy Baugh and Davey O'Brien. He won 109 games in 19 seasons at his alma mater, including three Southwest Conference titles and the 1938 national championship.