Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Reply

Winners Year by Year

Year

Coach, School Record Rank

2012

Brian Kelly, Notre Dame 12-0

1

2011

Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State 12-1

3

2010

Chip Kelly, Oregon 12-1

3

2009

Gary Patterson, TCU 12-1

6

2008

Nick Saban, Alabama 12-2

6

2007

Mark Mangino, Kansas 12-1

7

2006

Greg Schiano, Rutgers 11-2

12

2005

Charlie Weis, Notre Dame 9-3

9

2004

Urban Meyer, Utah 12-0

4

2003

Nick Saban, LSU 13-1

2

2002

Jim Tressel, Ohio State 14-0

1

2001

Ralph Friedgen, Maryland 10-2

11

2000

Bob Stoops, Oklahoma 13-0

1

1999

Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech 11-1

2

1998

Phillip Fulmer, Tennessee 13-0

1

1997

Mike Price, Washington State 10-2

9

FWAA Coach of the Year   Award

1996

Bruce Snyder, Arizona State 11-1

4

1995

Gary Barnett, Northwestern 10-2

8

1994

Rich Brooks, Oregon 9-4

11

1993

Terry Bowden, Auburn 11-0

4

1992

Gene Stallings, Alabama 13-0

1

1991

Don James, Washington 12-0

2

1990

Bobby Ross, Georgia Tech 11-0-1

2

1989

Bill McCartney, Colorado 11-1

4

1988

Lou Holtz, Notre Dame 12-0

1

1987

Dick MacPherson, Syracuse 11-0-1

4

1986

Joe Paterno, Penn State 12-0

1

1985

Fisher DeBerry, Air Force 12-1

8

1984

LaVell Edwards, BYU 13-0

1

1983

Howard Schnellenberger, Miami 11-1

1

1982

Joe Paterno, Penn State 11-1

1

1981

Danny Ford, Clemson 12-0

1

1980

Vince Dooley, Georgia 12-0

1

1979

Earle Bruce, Ohio State 11-1

4

1978

Joe Paterno, Penn State 11-1

4

1977

Lou Holtz, Arkansas 11-1

3

1976

Johnny Majors, Pittsburgh 12-0

1

1975

Woody Hayes, Ohio State 11-1

4

1974

Grant Teaff, Baylor 8-4

14

1973

Johnny Majors, Pittsburgh 6-5-1

UR

1972

John McKay, USC 12-0

1

1971

Bob Devaney, Nebraska 13-0

1

1970

Alex Agase, Northwestern 6-4

UR

1969

Bo Schembechler, Michigan 8-3

9

1968

Woody Hayes, Ohio State 10-0

1

1967

John Pont, Indiana 9-1

4

1966

Tom Cahill, Army 8-2

UR

1965

Duffy Daugherty, Michigan State 10-1

2

1964

Ara Parseghian, Notre Dame 9-1

3

1963

Darrell Royal, Texas 10-0

1

1962

John McKay, USC 10-0

1

1961

Darrell Royal, Texas 9-1

3

1960

Murray Warmath, Minnesota 8-1

1

1959

Ben Schwartzwalder, Syracuse 10-0

1

1958

Paul Dietzel, LSU 10-0

1

1957

Woody Hayes, Ohio State 8-1

2

Note:  Award was named after former Grambling Coach Eddie Robinson in 1997.

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