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4. John Wooden

John Wooden is the greatest coach of all time, and very few people will try and argue that. He led UCLA basketball to 10 NCAA championships in a 12 year period, including a remarkable seven titles in a row. During that time he also won an astonishing 88 consecutive games, which is still a Division-1 Men’s Basketball record. He orchestrated some of the greatest college teams in history, and his ‘Pyramid of Success’ became a shining symbol of his greatness.


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