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ROB ASH, MONTANA STATE
No. 6 Bobcats shared the Big Sky Conference title and finished 9-2.

MIKE AYERS, WOFFORD
After a 3-8 season in 2009, No. 7 Terriers finished 9-2 and shared the Southern Conference title.

AL BAGNOLI, PENN
No. 14 Quakers went 9-1 and swept through the Ivy League for a second straight season.

BEAU BALDWIN, EASTERN WASHINGTON
Led the Eagles to a 9-2 record, a share of the Big Sky title and a No. 1 ranking to end the regular season.

REGGIE BARLOW, ALABAMA STATE
After four straight losing seasons, the Hornets earned a spot in the SWAC Championship Game with a 7-3 record.

KERWIN BELL, JACKSONVILLE
Guided the No. 18 Dolphins to a 10-1 season and a share of the Pioneer Football League title.

RICK CHAMBERLIN, DAYTON
Guided the No. 23 Flyers to a 10-1 season and a share of the Pioneer Football League title.

ANDY COEN, LEHIGH
Turned a 4-7 squad in 2009 into a 9-2, Patriot League champion ranked No. 19.

JACK CROWE, JACKSONVILLE STATE
Led the No. 8 Gamecocks to a 9-2 record with a road win over Ole Miss of the FBS.

J.C. HARPER, STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
No. 3 Lumberjacks finished 9-2 and captured a second straight Southland Conference title.

MARK HENDRICKSON, WESTERN ILLINOIS
After a 1-10 record in 2009, Hendrickson got the full-time job and led the No. 21 Leathernecks to a 7-4 season.

BRIAN JENKINS, BETHUNE-COOKMAN
Led the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tri-champion to a 10-1 record and the No. 13 ranking.

K.C. KEELER, DELAWARE
Directed the No. 5 Blue Hens to a 9-2 record and a share of the CAA Football title.

ED LAMB, SOUTHERN UTAH
His Thunderbirds swept their way to their first Great West Conference title and finished 6-5.

JIMMYE LAYCOCK, WILLIAM & MARY
No. 4 Tribe finished 8-3, shared the CAA title, was top-ranked for a week and beat four ranked teams, including No. 1 and 2.

JERRY MOORE, APPALACHIAN STATE
No. 2 Mountaineers gained a share of its sixth straight Southern Conference title, finished 9-2 and earned the No. 1 FCS playoff seed.

TRENT MILES, INDIANA STATE
The Sycamores finished 6-5 after entering the season with only two wins in their prior 62 games.

DANNY ROCCO, LIBERTY
No. 17 Flames shared their fourth straight Big South Conference title and finished 8-3.

TONY SAMUEL, SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE
Guided the No. 9 Redhawks to the Ohio Valley Conference title and a seven-game improvement from 2009 to 9-2.

JOE WALTON, ROBERT MORRIS
Veteran coach delivered a 8-2 season and the Northeast Conference?s first-ever playoff berth.
FCS AWARDS

Walter Payton Award
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2014 John Robertson Votes 2014 History
2013 Jimmy Garoppolo Votes 2013 Past
2012 Taylor Heinicke Votes 2012 Winners
Buck Buchanan Award
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2014 Kyle Emanuel Votes 2014 History
2013 Brad Daly Votes 2013 Past
2012 Caleb Schreibeis Votes 2012 Winners
Eddie Robinson Award
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2014 Sean McDonnell Votes 2014 History
2013 Craig Bohl Votes 2013 Past
2012 Craig Bohl Votes 2012 Winners
Jerry Rice Award
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2014 Chase Edmonds Votes 2014 History
2013 Cooper Kupp Votes 2013 Past
2012 John Robertson Votes 2012 Winners
Mickey Charles Award
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2014 Zach Zenner History
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