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AFCA Announces Division II, III and NAIA Coaches of the Year

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NASHVILLE, TENN. — Northwest Missouri State’s Adam Dorrel, Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Pete Fredenburg and Saint Francis’ (Ind.) Kevin Donley were voted 2016 AFCA National Coach of the Year winners, announced today by the American Football Coaches Association. Dorrel won in Division II, Fredenburg won in Division III and Donley won in NAIA. All Coach of the Year winners are selected by a vote of the Active I AFCA members (coaches at four-year schools) in their respective division...

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Mike Houston Voted 2016 AFCA FCS Coach of the Year

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NASHVILLE, TENN. — James Madison’s Mike Houston was voted 2016 AFCA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) National Coach of the Year, announced tonight by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) during the inaugural American Football Coaches Awards show, being televised on CBS Sports Network. Houston was selected by a vote of the Active I AFCA FCS members. The AFCA has named a Coach of the Year since 1935. The AFCA Coach of the Year award is the oldest and most prestigiou...

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Arizona's Rich Rodriguez Named 2017 AFCA President

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NASHVILLE, TENN. — University of Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez will lead the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) in 2017 as president of the organization. Rodriguez, who moves up from first vice-president, succeeds outgoing president Lee Owens of Ashland University. He was elected president by members attending the Association’s 2017 convention this week in Nashville, Tenn.

In addition to Rodriguez, the 2017 AFCA officers include first vice-president Bill Cronin of Geo...

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Colorado's MacIntyre Voted 2016 AFCA FBS Coach of the Year

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NASHVILLE, TENN. — Colorado’s Mike MacIntyre was voted 2016 AFCA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) National Coach of the Year, announced tonight by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) during the inaugural American Football Coaches Awards show, being televised on CBS Sports Network. MacIntyre was selected by a vote of the Active I AFCA FBS members. The AFCA has named a Coach of the Year since 1935. The AFCA Coach of the Year award is the oldest and most prestigious of all ...

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