One national championship, two SEC championships and one other national championship game appearance are Les Miles' achievements at LSU. Not bad after replacing a legend in Nick Saban on the Bayou.
Miles' interviews are also a part of establishing why he is a patent part of the SEC coaches' legacy fraternity.
3. Gus Malzahn, Auburn
Malzahn has won at every level, and he has quickly placed his stamp within the conference. From winning Arkansas state championships at Hughes High School to orchestrating Cam Newton to a national championship, to last season's remarkable run that fell just short of hoisting the crystal ball, Malzahn is always proving why he can take any player personnel and win with a scheme that fits their makeup.
Malzahn should be in this conference for a long time, and it should be fun to watch.