Which coach is the most vocal on the sideline? Is there a difference between a football coach who raises his voice and a football coach who uses language that would be unacceptable in academia? This article will examine some of the most prominent examples. Read on to find out! Then vote! And if you think you know them better than anybody else, please share your thoughts in the comments section below! Thanks for reading!

Brian Kelly

Notre Dame fans may be a little hesitant about the hiring of Kelly. While the college is filled with great coaches, there is no doubt that Kelly is a popular and highly vocal coach. Despite this, some Notre Dame fans are still not too sure if Kelly is the right fit for LSU. LSU has plenty of resources to win a national championship, and three different coaches have won it since 2000. Kelly could be the fourth. His new LSU staff has plenty of resources to do so. Notre Dame had a 113-40 record under Kelly, and he went 5-5 in bowl games. His hiring at LSU makes Louisiana his top priority.

The family also gave $250,000 to Notre Dame in June 2010, supporting cancer research and the Robinson Community Learning Center. The fight against breast cancer is a cause close to the Kellys’ hearts. The gift went towards the Mike and Josie Harper Cancer Research Institute, which opened in Harper Hall in 2011. This new center will bring the Notre Dame School of Medicine and Indiana University School of Medicine-South Bend together to accelerate basic and clinical cancer research.

Sean McVay

After capturing his first Super Bowl championship, Sean McVay spoke for a cohort of coaches. During his final press conference, he mused about his own future in the coaching business. Much like Jon Gruden, he’s garnered a lot of media attention and received criticism for being too demanding and relentless. Many compare his approach to Gruden’s in the broadcast booth. Still, he has earned his place in the coaching ranks.

A renowned voice on the sideline, McVay has grown with the game. While his rise in coaching is impressive, his humble beginnings have preceded him. His grandfather coached in the National Football League, and he’s been absorbing the game since childhood. As a result, it is no surprise that his rise in coaching has been almost as fast.

Anthony Agresta

After three seasons as the head football coach of Steubenville Central Catholic, Anthony Agresta is stepping down to become the new head coach at Sebring McKinley High School. While he was at Steubenville Central Catholic, Agresta compiled a 10-20 record while coaching varsity football. The previous two seasons, he coached a program with more than 30 players.

He is a strong physical blocker who will be a focal point for the front line. His solid technique and knowledge of the game allow him to excel as a pass protector and run blocker. Hernandez played varsity football at Sachem for four years and also played baseball. He earned all-conference honors as a senior and chose Siena over Fairfield and Ithaca. His father, Dominic, also served as a Siena coach.