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The Home Depot Coach of the Year Award

 

The Home Depot Coach of the Year Award

Home Depot Coach of the Year Award
Awarded for College football's top head coach
Country United States
Presented by ESPN and ABC college football analysts
First awarded 1994
Currently held by Brian Kelly

The Home Depot Coach of the Year Award is given annually to college football's top head coach. The award for the Division I Football Bowl Subdivision is selected by ESPN and ABC college football analysts. Brian Kelly is the only coach to have ever won the award twice.

Winners

Year Winner School
1994 Rich Brooks[1] Oregon
1995 Gary Barnett[1] Northwestern
1996 Bobby Bowden[1] Florida State
1997 Mike Price[1] Washington State
1998 Phillip Fulmer[1] Tennessee
1999 Frank Solich[1] Nebraska
2000 Bob Stoops[1] Oklahoma
2001 Ralph Friedgen[1] Maryland
2002 Tyrone Willingham[1] Notre Dame
2003 Pete Carroll[1] USC
2004 Urban Meyer[2] Utah
2005 Joe Paterno[3] Penn State
2006 Greg Schiano[4] Rutgers
2007 Mark Mangino[5] Kansas
2008 Nick Saban[6] Alabama
2009 Brian Kelly[7] Cincinnati
2010 Gene Chizik[8] Auburn
2011 Les Miles[9] LSU
2012 Brian Kelly[10] Notre Dame

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