Swinney named finalist for Coach of the Year


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ATLANTA (December 15, 2014) – Officials from the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Foundation and Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl have announced the finalists for the 2014 Dodd Trophy. Finalists include 12 of the nation’s top coaches in college football.

The Dodd Trophy is the preeminent Coach of the Year award and recognizes the head coach of a team that emphasizes the highest ideals of scholarship, leadership and integrity on and off the field – the three pillars of legendary coach Bobby Dodd’s coaching philosophy. Coach Dodd is one of only three people that have been selected to the National College Football Hall of Fame both as a coach and as a player.

Each of the finalists led programs that enjoyed a successful football season while also stressing importance of academic excellence and character. The Dodd Trophy celebrates the total football program which includes winning records, the nation’s top APR scores and graduation rates, and a strong commitment to community service.

2014 Dodd Trophy Finalists:
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Art Briles Baylor Big 12
Jimbo Fisher Florida State ACC
Hugh Freeze Ole Miss SEC
Bryan Harsin Boise State Mountain West
Urban Meyer Ohio State Big Ten
Jim Mora UCLA Pac 12
Dan Mullen Mississippi State SEC
Gary Patterson TCU Big 12 2009 Winner
Gary Pinkel Missouri SEC
Mark Richt Georgia SEC
Nick Saban Alabama SEC
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Clemson ACC 2011 Winner

The winner of the 2014 Dodd Trophy will be announced in Atlanta during Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl week.

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