The Sporting News compiled its annual ranking of college football coaches. For the fourth straight season, Alabama’s Nick Saban and Clemson’s Dabo Swinney are No. 1 and No. 2.

Overall, there were six SEC coaches in the top 25. A six-person panel vote on the top 25 coaches, and the Big Ten led the way with seven coaches ranked in the Top 25. The Big 12 and Pac-12 had four apiece.

A total of five active coaches have won national championships, and Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher and North Carolina’s Mack Brown also made the top 10. Where does that leave LSU’s Ed Orgeron? That was one of the hot debates on this year’s list.

Here are the rankings compiled by Bill Bender (last year’s ranking):

130. Maurice Linguist, Buffalo (NR)
129. Will Hall, Southern Miss (NR)
128. Kane Wommack, South Alabama (NR)
127. Charles Huff, Marshall (NR)
126. Marcus Arroyo, UNLV (119)
125. Tom Arth, Akron (130)
124. Walt Bell, Massachusetts (128)
123. Jeff Scott, South Florida (124)
122. Ricky Rahne, Old Dominion (118)
121. Dana Dimel, UTEP (126)
120. Doug Martin, New Mexico State (113)
119. Mike Bloomgren, Rice (122)
118. Danny Gonzales, New Mexico (127)
117. Randy Edsall, UConn (120)
116. Scott Loeffler, Bowling Green (115)
115. Jake Spavital, Texas State (117)
114. Thomas Hammock, Northern Illinois (109)
113. Terry Bowden, Louisiana-Monroe (NR)
112. Andy Avalos, Boise State (NR)
111. Chip Lindsey, Troy (107)
110. Shawn Elliott, Georgia State (98)
109. Rick Stockstill, Middle Tennessee State (105)
108. Seth Littrell, North Texas (104)
107. Chris Creighton, Eastern Michigan (100)
106. Kalen DeBoer, Fresno State (125)
105. Steve Addazio, Colorado State (81)
104. Will Healy, Charlotte (102)
103. Rod Carey, Temple (70)
102. Mike Houston, East Carolina (114)
101. Tyson Helton, Western Kentucky (94)
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100. Jeff Traylor, UTSA (129)
99. Willie Taggart, FAU (83)
98. Chuck Martin, Miami (92)
97. Willie Fritz, Tulane (87)
96. Blake Anderson, Utah State (91)
95. Dana Holgorsen, Houston (90)
94. Butch Davis, FIU (67)
93. Craig Bohl, Wyoming (74)
92. Sean Lewis, Kent State (103)
91. Brady Hoke, San Diego State (76)
90. Jim McElwain, Central Michigan (72)
89. Philip Montgomery, Tulsa (111)
88. Butch Jones, Arkansas State (NR)
87. Tim Lester, Western Michigan (99)
86. Mike Neu, Ball State (110)
85. Jay Norvell, Nevada (93)
84. Chad Lunsford, Georgia Southern (97)
83. Todd Graham, Hawaii (95)
82. Skip Holtz, Louisiana Tech (66)
81. Brent Brennan, San Jose State (121)
80. Jason Candle, Toledo (88)
79. Jedd Fisch, Arizona (NR)
78. Jonathan Smith, Oregon State (77)
77. Clark Lea, Vanderbilt, (NR)
76. Dino Babers, Syracuse (55)
75. Ken Niumatalolo, Navy (51)
74. Troy Calhoun, Air Force (84)
73. Sonny Dykes, SMU (69)
72. Dave Aranda, Baylor (63)
71. Ryan Silverfield, Memphis (108)
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70. Shawn Clark, Appalachian State (116)
68. Matt Wells, Texas Tech (60)
67. Mike Norvell, Florida State (45)
66. Shane Beamer, South Carolina (NR)
65. Nick Rolovich, Washington State (65)
64. Geoff Collins, Georgia Tech (57)
64. Bret Bielema, Illinois (NR)
63. Mel Tucker, Michigan State (54)
62. Mike Locksley, Maryland (79)
61. Greg Schiano, Rutgers (80)
60. Jimmy Lake, Washington (64)
59. Karl Dorrell, Colorado (96)
58. Jeff Brohm, Purdue (49)
57. Jeff Monken, Army (85)
56. Sam Pittman, Arkansas (75)
55. Frank Solich, Ohio (61)
54. Bill Clark, UAB (52)
53. Billy Napier, Louisiana (82)
52. Jeff Hafley, Boston College (59)
51. Justin Fuente, Virginia Tech (42)
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50. Chip Kelly, UCLA (53)
49. Scott Frost, Nebraska (35)
48. Chris Klieman, Kansas State (33)
47. Justin Wilcox, Cal (48)
46. Kalani Sitake, BYU (86)
45. Pat Narduzzi, Pitt (40)
44. David Cutcliffe, Duke (32)
43. Dave Clawson, Wake Forest (31)
42. Lance Leipold, Kansas (71)
41. Neal Brown, West Virginia (37)
40. Steve Sarkisian, Texas (NR)
39. Josh Heupel, Tennessee (46)
38. Jamey Chadwell, Coastal Carolina (112)
37. Scott Satterfield, Louisville (28)
36. Gus Malzahn, UCF (13)
35. Bryan Harsin, Auburn (44)
34. Herm Edwards, Arizona State (30)
33. Eli Drinkwitz, Missouri (58)
32. Bronco Mendenhall, Virginia (24)
31. Manny Diaz, Miami (56)
30. Hugh Freeze, Liberty (47)
29. Dave Doeren, N.C. State (43)
28. Mike Leach, Mississippi State (19)
27. P.J. Fleck, Minnesota (23)
26. Lane Kiffin, Ole Miss (39)
25. Clay Helton, USC
24. David Shaw, Stanford
‚Äč23. Mark Stoops, Kentucky
22. Gary Patterson, TCU
21. Tom Allen, Indiana
20. Kirk Ferentz, Iowa
19. Kyle Whittingham, Utah
18. Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State
17. Paul Chryst, Wisconsin
16. Mario Cristobal, Oregon
15. Jim Harbaugh, Michigan
14. Ed Orgeron, LSU
13. Luke Fickell, Cincinnati
12. Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern
11. James Franklin, Penn State
10. Mack Brown, North Carolina
9. Matt Campbell, Iowa State
8. Dan Mullen, Florida
7. Kirby Smart, Georgia
6. Ryan Day, Ohio State
5. Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M
4. Brian Kelly, Notre Dame
3. Lincoln Riley, Oklahoma
2. Dabo Swinney, Clemson
1. Nick Saban, Alabama