Florida State baseball coach Mike Martin became the winningest coach in NCAA history over the weekend with an extra-innings victory over Clemson. His record: 1,976-708-4.
Martin joins football legend Bobby Bowden as one of the Seminoles' top coaches ever, in any sport. Bowden won two national titles, and his 377 wins are second only to Joe Paterno.
That, obviously, is an impressive duo in Tallahassee, which got me wondering: What other schools' coaching duos come close to that?
For these purposes, I'm focusing on major sports (football, men's and women's basketball and baseball) so I don't embarrass myself by excluding someone from a sport I don't follow much (sorry, water polo). If you have other suggestions, leave them in the comments.
Here are the five duos that jumped out to me:
Florida: Billy Donovan won two men's basketball titles; only six coaches in the sport's history have won more. For the other, take your pick between Steve Spurrier and Urban Meyer.
UConn: Jim Calhoun led the men's basketball team to three national titles, and his 873 career wins are sixth most in Division I-A history. And he wasn't the best hoops coach at his own school; that honor goes to Geno Auriemma.
Texas: Augie Garrido held the record for most baseball wins until this weekend. Mack Brown is one of the 10 winningest football coaches in Division I-A history.
Miami: Baseball coach Jim Morris has two national titles and is one of the 10 winningest coaches ever. Jimmy Johnson went a mere 52-9 with a national championship and two runner-up finishes in five years.
Tennessee: Pat Summitt took the women's basketball team to eight national championships. Robert Neyland led the Vols to four national titles in football and has the ninth best winning percentage in Division I-A history (.829).
Others of note: North Carolina (Dean Smith and Sylvia Hatchell), Notre Dame (Knute Rockne and Muffet McGraw) and UCLA (John Wooden and Gary Adams).
My colleague, Joey Knight, adds another: USC. Rod Dedeaux won 11 national championships in baseball, and John McKay won four in football.
Who else did I miss?