FWIW. Michigan doesn't seem inclined to get re-involved.
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Similary, Frank Leahy coached BC to the Cotton & Sugar Bowls, and Dan Devine coached Missouri in the Orange Bowl twice. So the standard is multiple teams, not multiple programs. Which in turn means that if Cincy were to defeat Pitt on the 5th (and perhaps even if they lose, should they get an at-large bid), Brian Kelly would meet the standards set forth in the article.
While drawing the line at two major bowls might be somewhat arbitrary, it does eliminate help eliminate solitary fluke seasons. And even if the reason was to eliminate Willingham, it also takes Parseghian out of the picture.
The second requirement that the coach achieve top-10 rankings (plural) would eliminate Ty anyway, since his high at Stanford was #10 (and that for a only single week in 2001). It might also eliminate Kelly, depending on how you read it, as only his 2009 team has spent any time in the top 10 (previous high was #12).
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