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Is Villanova's Jay Wright the best coach in college basketball?

Villanova's curb-stomping of Michigan put head coach Jay Wright in rarified air. He is now only the third active coach in the NCAA Division I men's basketball to win multiple championships. Unlike the other coaches on that list, he has won two of the last three titles, making many believe he is the best coach in the sport. Still, Roy Williams and Mike Krzyzewski are stalking the sidelines and still have more championships than Wright. Numbers don't lie. What do you think? 🏀

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Two titles in three years. Name another coach that has accomplished that in the last ten years. No one. Jay Wright may have started his career at Villanova a little slow, but he has 587 wins with a winning percentage of 71.9. He has gone toe to toe with the entire country and has been on the top of the college basketball mountain. He is undoubtedly the best coach in the country.

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Jay Wright has two national championships. That's cute. Roy Williams has three and Mike Krzyzewski has five. Both coaches have won titles in the last five years. Between the two coaches, you have over seven decades worth of coaching basketball. That kind of longevity counts when they use that knowledge in today's game. Wright is a great coach, but he is still not better than Williams or Krzyzewski.

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