Formerly the head man at the University of Oregon, the offensive guru accepted his position with the Eagles in 2013, where he's made moves to grab front office power in addition to his head coaching duties. During his first two seasons, the hurry-up coach has met with middling success -- and the team's currently sitting at .500 with a 4-4 record in 2015.
The five-bedroom home may appear to be a standard contemporary home from the outside, but its interiors are luxurious -- from the two-story foyer with winding staircase to the carpeted media room to the wood-paneled whirlpool tub in the master bath. The saloon-style bar is the perfect place to entertain after a game.
But the home's pice de rsistance? The 48-by-50-foot indoor pool with gorgeous views of the surrounding foliage. Of course, you could exercise in the workout room, but why bother when you could swim every day?