They say that everyone has a twin somewhere in the world. But for these college football coaches, they don't have to look too far. Here are 22 coaches who could pass for a more-famous face.
Formerly with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Coach Kugler (top) is now leading the UTEP Miners. Of course, in his free time he could always cosplay as Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges) from "Iron Man."
Joey Jones / Dr. Oz
If things don't work out for the coach of the University of South Alabama Jaguars (top), he could always fill in for Dr. Oz explaining how to overcome irritable bowel syndrome.
Dave Doeren / That Dude on "The Middle"
The North Carolina State coach (top) is a dead ringer for actor John Gammon, who plays Darrin, one of the teens on the TV show "The Middle."
Rod Carey / Rob Corddry
The head football coach at Northern Illinois University (top) could be funnyman Rob Corddry's brother. They've already got the same initials.
Hugh Freeze / Locklyn Munro
The Ole Miss coach (top) reminds us a lot of actor Locklyn Munro, who's appeared in dozens of movie and TV roles, including "Unforgiven," "White Chicks" and "Scary Movie."
Jimbo Fisher / Toby from "The Office"
Florida State University head coach Jimbo Fisher (top) could easily pass for Toby Flenderson from "The Office."
Brady Hoke / Jeff Garlin
Michigan's head coach (top) reminds us of a lot of people (including Gov. Chris Christie), but most resembles actor Jeff Garlin, who's starring in the new TV series "The Goldbergs" and has appeared on shows such as "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Arrested Development."
Mike London / Cee Lo Green
Virginia coach Mike London (top) may actually be singer Cee Lo Green. We'll let you decide.
Kliff Kingsbury / Ryan Gosling
The Texas Tech Red Raiders coach (top) could easily pass for Ryan Gosling's stunt double.
Mike Leach / Vince Gill
The Washington State Cougars coach (top) looks like singer Vince Gill's brother.
Dana Holgorsen / Will Patton
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen (top) sure reminds us of actor Will Patton, best known for his roles in football film "Remember the Titans," and the sci-fi TV series "Falling Skies."
Frank Solich / Mr. Belding
Ohio University coach Frank Solich (top) could have been Mr. Belding on "Saved By The Bell." We can almost hear him yelling at Screech.
James Franklin / David Blaine
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin (top) looks remarkably like magician David Blaine. In fact, I'm sure Franklin wishes he could make some problems disappear about now.
Steve Addazio / Sgt. Slaughter
Temple coach Steve Addazio (top) could take to the ring as Sgt. Slaughter.
Charlie Weis / Mike from "Mike and Molly"
Kansas coach Charlie Weis (top) could take over the role of Mike in the TV show "Mike & Molly."
Jeff Quinn / Rush Limbaugh
Buffalo coach Jeff Quinn (top) bears a close resemblance to radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.
Lane Kiffin / Daniel Tosh
USC's coach (top) bears an amazing resemblance to funnyman Daniel Tosh.
Steve Spurrier / Keebler Elf
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier (top) looks just like the Keebler Elf. Seriously, have you ever seen the two of them in the same room together at the same time? Neither have we.
Bo Pelini / Peter Stormare
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini (top) is a dead ringer for actor Peter Stormare, who's starred in movies including "Fargo" and "The Big Lebowski."
Jim McElwain / Jim Bob Duggar
The Colorado State coach (top) reminds us of TV reality show dad Jim Bob Duggar on "19 Kids & Counting."
Carl Pelini / Joe Pantoliano
The Florida Atlantic Owls coach Carl Pelini (top) could easily pass for actor Joe Pantoliano, best known for his roles in "The Sopranos," "The Matrix" and "The Goonies."
Trent Miles / Uncle Fester
The Georgia State University coach (top) would fit right in with "The Addams Family." (I wonder if you stuck a lightbulb in his mouth, if it would glow? Hmmm...)
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