Contrary to popular assumption, coaches are indeed real people, but their in-game and postgame exploits, facial expressions and overall behavior might lead some to believe they could be leading double lives, with them portraying a movie villain in that second life.
As college football rolls into the meat of the 2015 season, the Week 3 AP Top 25 Re-Rankings look at which coaches could make for the best movie villain. The 25 coaches not necessarily ranked because of anger or evil attitude (at least not all) but more so because of their villain-like demeanor, looks or tendencies.
The coaches are ranked in order of who could play the worst, least intimidating movie villain to those that would have zero issue in becoming the evil scoundrel.
You can check out all of the 2015 re-ranks here.
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