(L-R) John Robertson and Mickey Charles
Robertson Wins Payton Award
If there was an award Villanova quarterback John Robertson was associated with during the regular season, it was CAA offensive player of the week. He claimed the honor an incredible six times. Monday night, Robertson's... Full Story
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(L-R) Kyle Emanuel and Georgia Buchanan
Emanuel Wins Buchanan
Opposing quarterbacks surely wish two defensive ends didn't get hurt in the same practice during the early part of North Dakota State University's 2010 preseason camp. Then-head coach Craig Bohl changed plans and sent a... Full Story
(L-R) Andy Talley, Sean McDonnell and Mickey Charles
McDonnell Wins Robinson
North Dakota State, Eastern Washington and Montana have come to be associated with dominance on the FCS level, but New Hampshire, under 2014 Eddie Robinson Award winner Sean McDonnell, is the most consistent... Full Story
Beau Baldwin, Eastern Washington (Big Sky Conference)

Has led Eagles to a third straight conference title, a 10-2 record, a No. 4 ranking in the final regular-season poll and into the FCS playoffs

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Rod Broadway, North Carolina A&T (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)

The Aggies won a share of the conference title for the first time since 2003 and posted their highest win total (nine) since that same season, while climbing into the Top 25 for the first time in over 10 years.

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Clint Conque, Stephen F. Austin (Southland Conference)

While improving a 3-9 record last year to 8-4 in Conque's first season, the Lumberjacks have defeated two Top 10 opponents and qualified for the FCS playoffs.

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Marty Fine, Bryant (Northeast Conference)

The Bulldogs appeared in the Top 25 for the first time ever and won eight games - the most since their program moved into the FCS ranks in 2008.

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Broderick Fobbs, Grambling State (Southwestern Athletic Conference)

In his first season at his alma mater, Fobbs has turned around a 1-11 squad with a seven-win season and a chance to reach the SWAC championship game.

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John Grass, Jacksonville State (Ohio Valley Conference)

Has led the Gamecocks to a perfect conference record in his first season as well as the No. 3 national ranking and a 10-game winning streak heading into the FCS playoffs.

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Dean Hood, Eastern Kentucky (Ohio Valley Conference)

Has guided the Colonels to nine wins - the most in his seven seasons - second place in the OVC and into the FCS playoffs.

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Russ Huesman, Chattanooga (Southern Conference)

With a perfect record in conference play, the champion Mocs are 9-3 and headed to the FCS playoffs for the first time since 1984.

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Lee Hull, Morgan State (Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference)

The Bears were picked ninth in the MEAC under their first-year coach but have gone 7-5 with a share of their first conference title in 35 years, advancing to the FCS playoffs for the first time.

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Chris Klieman, North Dakota State (Missouri Valley Football Conference)

After a 9-0 start that was the best by a first-year coach in Missouri Valley history, the Bison are 11-1 and No. 2-ranked entering the FCS playoffs.

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Mike Kramer, Idaho State (Big Sky Conference)

An 8-4 season represented the Bengals' combined win total over the previous five seasons, and they have moved into the Top 25 for the first time since 2005.

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Dale Lindsey, San Diego (Pioneer Football League)

Has directed the Toreros to a 9-2 record and the PFL championship as well as a berth in the FCS playoffs for the first time.

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Sean McDonnell, New Hampshire (CAA Football)

The Wildcats are No. 1 ranked and the No. 1 seed in the FCS playoffs after posting a 10-1 record, including a perfect season in CAA Football.

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Joe Moglia, Coastal Carolina (Big South Conference)

Led the Chanticleers to the No. 2 ranking and the first 11-0 start in Big South history while earning a share of the conference title and an FCS playoff berth.

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Tim Murphy, Harvard (Ivy League)

Led the Crimson to the league title for an eighth time and a 10-0 record for the only unbeaten finish in the regular season among all FCS programs.

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Tony Reno, Yale (Ivy League)

Early season victory over FBS member Army helped push the Bulldogs to an 8-2 record - their highest win total since 2007.

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Mike Sanford, Indiana State (Missouri Valley Football Conference)

In his second season, Sanford has turned around a 1-11 team with a seven-win campaign and the Sycamores' first FCS playoff bid since 1984.

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Brock Spack, Illinois State (Missouri Valley Football Conference)

The Redbirds have earned a share of the conference title, doubling their 2013 win total with a 10-1 record and earning a bid to the FCS playoffs.

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Mark Speir, Western Carolina (Southern Conference)

A 7-5 record marked the Catamounts' first winning season since 2001 and they shared second place for their best finish in the conference since 1992.

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Joe Susan, Bucknell (Patriot League)

With an 8-3 record, the Bison reached that win level for only the fifth time in their 129-year history, and finished second in the league standings.

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Everett Withers, James Madison (CAA Football)

A seven-game winning streak to end the regular season has pushed the Dukes and their first-year coach to a 9-3 record and into the FCS playoffs.

Chase Edmonds (C)
Edmonds Captures Rice
Fordham running back Chase Edmonds calls the university's head athletic trainer Vinny Porricelli "Mr. Vinny." Whenever Porricelli tells Edmonds to call him Vinny, Edmonds responds, "I'm just a freshman. Full Story
Arron Baker, Alcorn State, Running Back, 5-10, 235, Belle Glade, Florida

12 games: 101 carries, 682 yards, 6.6 ypc, 13 TD

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Mike Basile, Monmouth, Safety, 6-1, 185, Brick, New Jersey

11 games: 78 TT, 59 Solo, 4 TFL, 1 SK, 4 INT, 5 PBU

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De'Andre Brown, Abilene Christian, Running Back, 5-9, 190, Lewisville, Texas

10 games: 137 carries, 962 yards, 7.0 ypc, 9 TD; 12 receptions, 91 yards; 123.8 all-purpose ypg

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Al Cobb, VMI, Quarterback, 6-3, 190, Pulaski, Tennessee

12 games: 269-for-438 (61.4 percent), 2,971 yards, 20 TD, 10 INT, 128.9 passing efficiency, 247.6 ypg; 56 carries, 124 yards, 2 TD

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Chandler Curtis, Mercer, Wide Receiver/Return Specialist, 5-10, 186, Calhoun, Georgia

12 games: 5 carries, 92 yards, 1 TD; 28 receptions, 564 yards, 5 TD; 17 kick returns, 29.6-yard average, 1 TD; 11 punt returns, 24.6-yard average, 3 TD; 119.2 all-purpose ypg

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Chase Edmonds, Fordham, Running Back/Kick Returner, 5-9, 185, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

12 games: 252 carries, 1,539 yards, 6.1 ypc, 21 TD, 128.2 ypg; 15 receptions, 97 yards, 1 TD; 17 kick returns, 20.6-yard KO return average; 165.5 all-purpose ypg

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Josh Gontarek, Albany, Wide Receiver/Return Specialist, 5-11, 170, Mt. Airy, Maryland

12 games: 58 receptions, 687 yards, 8 TD; 6 carries, 92 yards; 7 KO returns, 15.7-yard average; 76.6 all-purpose ypg

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Christian Guzman, Houston Baptist, Punter, 5-9, 160, Brookshire, Texas

11 games: 67 punts, 44.1-yard average, 68 long, 4 TB, 5 FC, 14 I20, 23 50+

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P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State, Defensive End, 6-1, 270, Seguin, Texas

12 games: 60 TT, 27 Solo, 19 TFL, 8 SK, 1 INT, 5 PBU, 2 QBH, 2 FF, 3 BLK

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Austin Howard, Southern, Quarterback, 6-0, 190, Edgard, Louisiana

11 games: 139-for-272 (51.1 percent), 1,924 yards, 14 TD, 7 INT, 122.4 passing efficiency; 56 carries, 161 yards, 4 TD

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Damond Jackson, Prairie View A&M, Safety, 6-0, 195, New Orleans

10 games: 80 TT, 36 Solo, 5.5 TFL, 0.5 SK, 1 INT, 5 PBU, 1 FR, 1 FF

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Mario Jenkins, Idaho State, Linebacker, 6-1, 205, Nampa, Idaho

12 games: 120 TT, 48 Solo, 10.5 TFL, 2 SK, 3 INT, 4 PBU, 5 QBH, 1 FF, 1 FR

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Alex Lakes, Mercer, Running Back, 5-10, 205, Newnan, Georgia

12 games: 200 carries, 1,107 yards, 5.5 ypc, 17 TD, 92.2 ypg; 4 receptions, 40 yards

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Justin Lea, Jacksonville State, Right Tackle, 6-4, 275, Henagar, Alabama

Starter at right tackle for Gamecocks team that is ranked No. 5 nationally in rushing offense and No. 4 in total offense with only 14 sacks allowed in 11 games

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Darius Leonard, South Carolina State, Linebacker, 6-3, 200, Lake View, South Carolina

11 games: 86 TT, 72 Solo, 14 TFL, 5 SK, 1 PBU, 5 QBH, 2 FR, 2 FF

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Jimmy Moreland, James Madison, Cornerback, 5-10, 175, Royal Palm Beach, Florida

12 games: 43 TT, 27 Solo, 1.5 TFL, 3 INT, 10 PBU, 2 FR, 5 BLK

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Troy Pelletier, Lehigh, Wide Receiver, 6-3, 190, Deerfield, New Hampshire

10 games: 49 receptions, 815 yards, 7 TD; 12 carries, 68 yards, 1 TD

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Daniel Riddle, Western Carolina, Linebacker, 6-1, 225, Raleigh, North Carolina

12 games: 74 TT, 35 Solo, 5 TFL, 1.5 SK, 2 PBU, 1 QBH, 2 FF

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Sam Schrader, Butler, Running Back, 5-10, 185, Mishawaka, Indiana

10 games: 74 carries, 604 yards, 8.2 ypg, 9 TD; 11 receptions, 157 yards, 2 TD; 81 all-purpose ypg

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James Simms, Towson, Linebacker, 6-3, 190, Laurel, Maryland

11 games: 99 TT, 42 Solo, 7 TFL, 1 INT, 2 PBU, 3 QBH, 1 FF

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Nathan Stone, Duquesne, Linebacker, 5-11, 234, Scottsdale, Pennsylvania

12 games: 100 TT, 53 Solo, 8 TFL, 3 SK, 3 PBU, 3 QBH, 1 FF

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Lucas Webb, Chattanooga, Free Safety, 6-1, 190, Northport, Alabama

12 games: 53 TT, 35 Solo, 2.5 TFL, 5 INT, 1 PBU, 1 FR

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Hunter Wells, Youngstown State, Quarterback, 6-5, 195, Navarre, Ohio

10 games: 121-for-202 (59.9 percent), 1,772 yards, 14 TD, 7 INT, 149.5 passing efficiency; 1 rushing TD

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Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State, Wide Receiver, 6-4, 205, Maple Grove, Minnesota

12 games: 66 receptions, 1,318 yards, 15 TD, 20.0 ypc; 1 carry, 52 yards

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Blaine Woodson, Delaware, Defensive Tackle, 6-2, 270, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

12 games: 51 TT, 28 Solo, 11 TFL, 8.5 SK, 1 QBH, 1 BLK
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2012 Taylor Heinicke Votes 2012 Winners
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2014 Kyle Emanuel Votes 2014 History
2013 Brad Daly Votes 2013 Past
2012 Caleb Schreibeis Votes 2012 Winners
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2013 Craig Bohl Votes 2013 Past
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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
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