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Associated Press College Football Coach of the Year Award

Associated Press College Football Coach of the Year Award
Awarded for The most outstanding collegiate football coach in the country
Country United States
Presented by Associated Press
First awarded 1998
Currently held by Gus Malzahn, Auburn

The Associated Press College Football Coach of the Year Award is an award that is given annually since 1998 to NCAA college football's national coach of the year. The award is voted on by the Associated Press (AP) voters that participate in the weekly college football AP Poll. The current award holder is Gus Malzahn of the Auburn Tigers for 2013.

Winners

Year Winner School
1998 Snyder, BillBill Snyder Kansas State
1999 Beamer, FrankFrank Beamer Virginia Tech
2000 Stoops, BobBob Stoops Oklahoma
2001 Friedgen, RalphRalph Friedgen Maryland
2002 Ferentz, KirkKirk Ferentz Iowa
2003 Saban, NickNick Saban LSU
2004 Tuberville, TommyTommy Tuberville Auburn
2005 Paterno, JoeJoe Paterno Penn State[1]
2006 Grobe, JimJim Grobe Wake Forest[2]
2007 Mangino, MarkMark Mangino Kansas[3]
2008 Saban, NickNick Saban Alabama[4]
2009 Patterson, GaryGary Patterson TCU[5]
2010 Kelly, ChipChip Kelly Oregon[6]
2011 Miles, LesLes Miles LSU[7]
2012 Kelly, BrianBrian Kelly Notre Dame[8]
2013 Malzahn, GusGus Malzahn Auburn[9]

References

  1. ^ 2005 Award
  2. ^ 2006 Award
  3. ^ 2007 Award
  4. ^ 2008 Award
  5. ^ 2009 Award
  6. ^ 2010 Award
  7. ^ 2011 Award
  8. ^ 2012 Award
  9. ^ 2013 Award

External links

  • List of winners
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