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Duke, Vanderbilt to Receive 2015 Academic Award

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DUKE, VANDERBILT TO RECEIVE 2015 AFCA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

WACO, TEX. — Duke University and Vanderbilt University will share the American Football Coaches Asso­­ciation’s 2015 Aca­demic Achieve­ment Award, which is presented by the Touchdown Club of Memphis. Duke and Vanderbilt recorded a 100 percent graduation rate for members of its freshman football student-athlete class of 2008. This is the 14th time Duke has won the award, which leads all schools. Vanderb...

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Four Schools Win 2014 Academic Achievement Award

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DUKE, NORTHWESTERN, NOTRE DAME AND STANFORD TO RECEIVE 2014 AFCA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

WACO, TEX. — Duke University, Northwestern University, University of Notre Dame and Stanford University will share the American Football Coaches Asso­­ciation’s 2014 Aca­demic Achieve­ment Award, which is presented by the Touchdown Club of Memphis. Duke, Northwestern, Notre Dame and Stanford recorded a 100 percent graduation rate for members of its freshman football student-a...

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Three Schools to Receive 2016 Academic Achievement Award

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MIAMI (FLA.), NORTHWESTERN AND STANFORD TO RECEIVE 2016 AFCA ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

WACO, TEX. — The University of Miami (Fla.), Northwestern University and Stanford University will share the American Football Coaches Asso­­ciation’s 2016 Aca­demic Achieve­ment Award, which is presented by the Touchdown Club of Memphis. Miami (Fla.), Northwestern and Stanford recorded a 100 percent graduation rate for members of its freshman football student-athlete class of 200...

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Tom Herman Wins Coach’s Play Call of the Year

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Nashville, Tenn. – It’s the play that moves immediately into lore. It swung the momentum, showed guts and made the difference. The USA TODAY Sports Coach’s Play Call of the Year is one of two awards to make its debut tonight during the inaugural American Football Coaches Awards show.

At the end of the regular season, USA TODAY Sports writers selected five plays where the head coach’s play call, not player talent or other factors, made a difference in the game. Fans vot...

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