Michigan's Brady Hoke, already a finalist for the FWAA's Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year, has been named a finalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year. Hoke posted a 10-2 record with the Wolverines to collect the Big Ten's Hayes-Schembechler and Dave McClain Coach of the Year honors. Michigan earned a Bowl Championship Series berth and will face Virginia Tech in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Created in 2006, the award recognizes one college football coach from each NCAA division (I-FBS, I-FCS, II and III), rewarding them for their sportsmanship, integrity, responsibility and excellence.Winners will receive $50,000 to donate to a charity of their choice, a $20,000 grant to each school's alumni association and the Coach of the Year trophy.
Hoke Named Finalist for Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year
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