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Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award

The Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award was an annual college football award given to the a head coach from each NCAA division. The award honored coaches who succeed on and off the field, displaying sportsmanship, integrity, responsibility, and excellence. Each coach who won was given $50,000 to donate to the charities of his choice, and a $20,000 grant for alumni association scholarships from the school the coach represents.

Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award
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Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year logo
Given forbest college football coach in each NCAA Division
CountryUnited States
Presented byLiberty Mutual Coach of the Year Selection Committee, fan votes, media votes
History
First award2006
Final award2013
Most recentGus Malzahn (FBS)
Craig Bohl (FCS)
Peter Rossomando (Division II)
Glenn Caruso (Division III)

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