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Southwest Conference football individual awards

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Southwest Conference football individual awards

Coaches of the Southwest Conference bestowed the following individual awards at the end of each football season.

Coach of the Year

Season Coach Team
1963 Hayden Fry SMU
1970 Jim Carlen Texas Tech
1973 Jim Carlen Texas Tech
1974 Grant Teaff Baylor
1976 Steve Sloan Texas Tech
1978 Grant Teaff Baylor
1985 Jackie Sherrill Texas A&M
1986 Jackie Sherrill Texas A&M
David McWilliams Texas Tech
1987 Jackie Sherrill Texas A&M
1989 Spike Dykes Texas Tech
1991 R. C. Slocum Texas A&M
1992 Tom Rossley SMU
R. C. Slocum Texas A&M
1993 R. C. Slocum Texas A&M
Spike Dykes Texas Tech
1994 Spike Dykes Texas Tech
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