College football coaches like to say they are evaluated on any given Saturday, and they are probably right. But, to be fair, it takes several weeks of conference games to provide a meaningful assessment of their performances.
We have reached the point, even in the most unusual of college football seasons, to start making some of those early declarations on the coaches who are delivering or falling short. Several first-year coaches already are making positive impacts, as are new playcallers on offense or defense. For those struggling, there is still time for a turnaround.
Here's a look at some coaching superlatives around the sport, particularly in the SEC, ACC and Big 12.