Who is the sexiest college coach in the Lone Star State?
With college football season just about here, we've been sizing up the field. And we don’t mean the competition. We've picked six of the sexiest college coaches in the state of Texas. Who's your favorite?
In his first season as UH head coach, the former offensive coordinator for the 2015 Ohio State national champs is exciting Cougar fans as he lands commitments from across the talent-rich Houston metro area. Herman's allure is more than a pretty face and that championship ring on his finger. Can you say charisma — and a Mensa membership? Hello, #HTownTakeover.
We’d sit through college calculus again just to be near the buff 36-year-old doppelganger for actor Ryan Gosling. The smokin' hot Red Raiders coach with washboard abs became an Internet sensation last year after a photo of the sideline eye candy, posing shirtless with two bikini-clad women, went viral, making fans all over the country go "Guns Up" for the Texas Tech coach.
You get a lot of respect when you look like you can bench press more than Arnold Schwarzenegger. At 55 years old, the ripped head coach of Burnt Orange Nation looks like he could catch our pass without breaking a sweat. Known as a strict disciplinarian, his tough love might say “no,” but his standup values, megawatt smile and sexy shaved head have us saying, “yes." And, of course, "Hook 'Em Horns!"
Winning sure makes a coach look awfully sexy. As the Horned Frogs' all-time winningest coach, the dedicated Patterson gets extra props for downing Wisconsin in the 2011 Rose Bowl and making J.J. Watt cry like a baby. Now, he's got his team positioned as No. 2 in the preseason college football rankings right behind Ohio State. That's a real turn on.
Four years ago, the former UH coach took his swagger down the road to Aggieland, magically making College Station cool. Regarded as a "players' coach," Sumlin launches another season in the brutal Southeastern Conference with a showy new house to defend — thanks to a $485 stadium renovation at Kyle Field. It pays to have game.
Big things are expected from the former Clemson University offensive coordinator in his first year at SMU. And we're betting the Red Bull lovin’ coach whispers sweet nothings in a Texas accent (he was a high school head coach in the Lone Star State for 16 years) — and that's always sexy — sending him to the top of our crush list.