We propose that Gus Malzahn give gifts this year because he has already received plenty. (AP Image)
In the spirit of the holidays, no college football coach on the Nice List should be left out. We here at Campus Union would like to send our best to everyone on Christmas and into the New Year. Unfortunately times are tight (the economy, right?) so we weren't able to get each and every coach the gift they deserve. That being said, we made a list and checked it twice, and here are some of the gift ideas we wish we could leave under those hard-working coaches' trees.
Steve Spurrier: A gift card to Arby's for all the turkey sandwiches the HBC could ever want.
Urban Meyer: A pizza stone so he can make his own pizza any time he is feeling blue.
Will Muschamp: An electric football set for extra practice. Even if two players are blocking each other, in electric football chaos is a warm blanket.
Willie Taggart: A deluxe roadside emergency kit, for those tough times when the bus has a flat tire or gets stuck on the side of the road.
David Shaw: A Mattel handheld football game so he can play football in a phone booth all year long.
Les Miles: One of those Groupon deals for 50 percent off bungee jumping. We get the feeling Miles enjoyed repelling down that building so much earlier this year he's itching for more extreme sport fun. Miles certainly knows the reason for the season.
P.J. Fleck: A complete DVD series set of The Love Boat. ♫ Love, exciting and new / Come aboard, we're expecting you / Love, life's sweetest reward / Let it row, it floats back to you ♫
Nick Saban: A portable weather clock radio. This takes care of Saban's two primary interests: weather and time.
Gus Malzahn: [NONE] He got plenty of gifts this year.
Bo Pelini: A Bonsai tree and a year of unlimited yoga classes.
Mark Dantonio: Two tickets to see his favorite musician, Rich Homie Quan, live and in concert.
Paul Johnson: The same thing he asks for every year, a tall, ice-cold glass of milk.
Jimbo Fisher: His very own court stenographer, so friends and family will never miss a word Fisher says.
Bob Stoops: That Rosetta Stone software. Stoops has always wanted to say "hello" in every language.
Bill Snyder: New dress robes, an owl, sweets from Honeydukes, an Ollivander wand.
Mike Leach: Brand new quill and ink set, so he can get started on his next book.
Kliff Kingsbury: Beard oil and some new Ray-Bans. Those glamour shots at the mall aren't going to sell themselves.
Larry Fedora: A TiVo, so he'll never miss anything if he leaves his seat.
Kevin Sumlin: A remote control helicopter for those dead periods in recruiting when he can't take out the Swagcopter for a spin.