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AFCA Coach of the Year


Given to the coach of the year, the award is 
selected by the American Football Coaches Association

Year - coach, school

2016 - Mike MacIntyre, Colorado
2015 - Dabo Swinney, Clemson
2014 - Gary Patterson, Texas Christian
2013 - David Cutcliff, Duke
2012 - Brian Kelly, Notre Dame
2011 - Les Miles, LSU
2010 - Chip Kelly, Oregon
2009 - Gary Patterson, Texas Christian
2008 - Kyle Whittingham, Utah
2007 - Mark Mangino, Kansas 
2006 - Jim Grobe, Wake Forest
2005 - Joe Paterno, Penn State
2004 - Tommy Tuberville, Auburn
2003 - Pete Carroll, Southern California
2002 - Jim Tressel, Ohio State
2001 - Larry Coker, Miami FL 
      & Ralph Friedgen, Maryland
2000 - Bob Stoops, Oklahoma
1999 - Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech
1998 - Phillip Fulmer, Tennessee
1997 - Lloyd Carr, Michigan
1996 - Bruce Snyder, Arizona State
1995 - Gary Barnett, Northwestern
1994 - Tom Osborne, Nebraska
1993 - Barry Alvarez, Wisconsin
1992 - Gene Stallings, Alabama
1991 - Bill Lewis, East Carolina
1990 - Bobby Ross, Georgia Tech
1989 - Bill McCartney, Colorado
1988 - Don Nehlen, West Virginia
1987 - Dick MacPherson, Syracuse
1986 - Joe Paterno, Penn State
1985 - Fisher DeBerry, Air Force
1984 - LaVell Edwards, Brigham Young
1983 - Ken Hatfield, Air Force
1982 - Joe Paterno, Penn State
1981 - Danny Ford, Clemson
1980 - Vince Dooley, Georgia
1979 - Earle Bruce, Ohio State
1978 - Joe Paterno, Penn State
1977 - Don James, Washington
1976 - Johnny Majors, Pittsburgh
1975 - Frank Kush, Arizona State
1974 - Grant Teaff, Baylor
1973 - Bear Bryant, Alabama
1972 - John McKay, Southern California
1971 - Bear Bryant, Alabama
1970 - Charlie McClendon, LSU 
      & Darrell Royal, Texas
1969 - Bo Schembechler, Michigan
1968 - Joe Paterno, Penn State
1967 - John Pont, Indiana
1966 - Tom Cahill, Army
1965 - Tommy Prothro, UCLA
1964 - Frank Broyles, Arkansas
      & Ara Parseghian, Notre Dame
1963 - Darrell Royal, Texas
1962 - John McKay, Southern California
1961 - Bear Bryant, Alabama
1960 - Murray Warmath, Minnesota
1959 - Ben Schwartzwalder, Syracuse
1958 - Paul Dietzel, LSU
1957 - Woody Hayes, Ohio State
1956 - Bowden Wyatt, Tennessee
1955 - Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State
1954 - Red Sanders, UCLA
1953 - Jim Tatum, Maryland
1952 - Biggie Munn, Michigan State
1951 - Chuck Taylor, Stanford
1950 - Charlie Caldwell, Princeton
1949 - Bud Wilkinson, Oklahoma
1948 - Bennie Oosterbaan, Michigan
1947 - Fritz Crisler, Michigan
1946 - Red Blaik, Army
1945 - Bo McMillin, Indiana
1944 - Carroll Widdoes, Ohio State
1943 - Amos Alonzo Stagg, Pacific
1942 - Bill Alexander, Georgia Tech
1941 - Frank Leahy, Notre Dame
1940 - Clark Shaughnessy, Stanford
1939 - Eddie Anderson, Iowa
1938 - Bill Kern, Carnegie Mellon
1937 - Edward Mylin, Lafayette
1936 - Dick Harlow, Harvard
1935 - Lynn Waldorf, Northwestern