Jordan Sperber (@hoopvision68) is a really good follow on twitter who puts out a lot of really god college basketball content. Earlier today he tweeted out a graphic of the W-L record of games withing 5 points of all coaches who have coached at least 50 such games in the KenPom era.
It's a fun graphic to look at and try and find where different coaches are. Beilein is all the way to the right, coaching the second most such games (~137) with a winning percentage slightly above 55%.Tom Izzo is slightly to the left of Beilein in games played (~113) with a slightly lower winning percentage (right under 55%). Chris Holtmann is down at the 60ish game mark with only a 47%ish winning percentage.
Above a 60% winning mark we have some interesting names like Dana Altman, Brad Stevens, Archie Miller, Mark Few, Steve Fisher, Bill Self, Ed Cooley and Jim Boeheim. The two most interesting to me are Andrew Toole (head coach at Robert Morris since 2010), who's leading the pack as the only guy above 65%, and MGoBlog favorite Dan Dakich right at 60% at 50 games coached.
On the other extreme the names are less notable but we do have UConn coach Dan Hurley along with Fran McCaffery and Steve Pikiell to bring up the rear.