It would appear that 1971, more than ever, will be the year of the coach. Not just because the elite all have fascinating problems: Ara needs a quarterback, Woody needs a new team, Devaney needs to fight complacency, Darrell needs a new winning streak, Bear needs a comeback, McKay and Broyles need some good luck. There have been wholesale changes to accent the season. A lot of Jim Pittmans, Frank Lauterburs, Bob Blackmans and Pepper Rodgerses have gone to a lot of TCUs, Iowas, Illinoises and UCLAs, hoping to become, in a new place and a new time, a lot of Darrells, Bears, Aras and Woodys. Whatever happens, for better or worse, the coach will be able to explain it perfectly, for college football belongs to him.