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The Amos Alonzo Stagg Award is presented annually by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) to the "individual, group or institution whose services have been outstanding in the advancement of the best interests of football". Recipients receive a plaque which is a replica of the one given to Stagg at the 1939 AFCA Convention in tribute to his 50 years of service to football. The purpose of the award is "to perpetuate the example and influence of Amos Alonzo Stagg". The award is named in honor of Amos Alonzo Stagg, who was instrumental in founding the AFCA in the 1920s. Stagg is considered one of the great innovators and motivating forces in the early development of the game of football and had one of the longest head coaching tenures in the history of the college game.

Contents

1 Winners 2 See also 3 References 4 External links

Winners[edit]

1940 Donald Herring, Jr. 1941 William H. Cowell (posthumously) 1942 No award given 1943 No award given 1944 No award given 1945 No award given 1946 Grantland Rice 1947 William Alexander 1948 Gil Dobie, Glenn Scobey Warner, Robert Zuppke 1949 Dick Harlow 1950 No award given 1951 Tuss McLaughry 1952 Bo McMillin 1953 Lou Little 1954 Dana X. Bible 1955 Joseph J. Tomlin 1956 No award given 1957 Robert Neyland 1958 Bernie Bierman 1959 John Wilce 1960 Harvey Harman 1961 Ray Eliot 1962 Elton Wieman 1963 Andrew Kerr 1964 Don Faurot 1965 Harry Stuhldreher 1966 Bernie Moore 1967 Jess Neely 1968 Abe Martin 1969 Rip Engle 1970 Pappy Waldorf 1971 William D. Murray 1972 Jack Curtice 1973 Lloyd Jordan 1974 Jake Gaither 1975 Gerald B. Zornow 1976 No award given 1977 Ben Schwartzwalder 1978 Tom Hamilton

1979 Fritz Crisler 1980 No award given 1981 Fred Russell 1982 Eddie Robinson 1983 Bear Bryant 1984 Bud Wilkinson 1985 Duffy Daugherty 1986 Woody Hayes 1987 Field Scovell 1988 Herb McCracken 1989 David M. Nelson 1990 Len Casanova 1991 Bob Blackman 1992 Charles McClendon 1993 Keith Jackson 1994 Bob Devaney 1995 John Merritt (posthumously) 1996 Chuck Neinas 1997 Ara Parseghian 1998 Bob Reade 1999 Bo Schembechler 2000 Tom Osborne 2001 Vince Dooley 2002 Joe Paterno 2003 LaVell Edwards 2004 Ron Schipper 2005 Hayden Fry 2006 Grant Teaff 2007 Bill Curry 2008 Bill Walsh (posthumously) 2009 John Gagliardi 2010 Darrell Royal 2011 Bobby Bowden 2012 Fisher DeBerry 2013 Frosty Westering 2014 R. C. Slocum 2015 Ken Hatfield 2016 John Cooper 2017 Don Nehlen

See also[edit]

Walter Camp Man of the Year Walter Camp Distinguished American Award Walter Camp Alumni of the Year National Football Foundation Distinguished American Award National Football Foundation Gold Medal Winners Theodore Roosevelt Award (NCAA) Walter Payton Man of the Year Award "Whizzer" White NFL Man of the Year Award

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Amos Alonzo Stagg Award winners

1940: Herring Jr. 1941: Cowell 1942–1945 No award given 1946: Rice 1947: Alexander 1948: Dobie, Warner & Zuppke 1949: Harlow 1950 No award given 1951: McLaughry 1952: McMillin 1953: Little 1954: Bible 1955: Tomlin 1956 No award given 1957: Neyland 1958: Bierman 1959: Wilce 1960: Harman 1961: Eliot 1962: Wieman 1963: Kerr 1964: Faurot 1965: Stuhldreher 1966: Moore 1967: Neely 1968: Martin 1969: Engle 1970: Waldorf 1971: Murray 1972: Curtice 1973: Jordan 1974: Gaither 1975: Zornow 1976 No award given 1977: Schwartzwalder 1978: Hamilton 1979: Crisler 1980 No award given 1981: Russell 1982: Robinson 1983: Bryant 1984: Wilkinson 1985: Daugherty 1986: Hayes 1987: Scovell 1988: McCracken 1989: Nelson 1990: Casanova 1991: Blackman 1992: McClendon 1993: Jackson 1994: Devaney 1995: Merritt 1996: Neinas 1997: Parseghian 1998: Reade 1999: Schembechler 2000: Osborne 2001: Dooley 2002: Paterno 2003: Edwards 2004: Schipper 2005: Fry 2006: Teaff 2007: Curry 2008: Walsh 2009: Gagliardi 2010: Royal 2011: Bowden 2012: DeBerry 2013: Westering 2014: Slocum 2015: Hatfield 2016: Cooper 2017: Nehlen 2018: Broyles

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College football awards

Overall trophies

Heisman Memorial Trophy (winners) (Most outstanding) Maxwell Award (Player of the year) Walter Camp Award (Player of the year) Archie Griffin Award (Most valuable) Chic Harley Award (Best player)

Overall media awards

AP Player of the Year (1998) Sporting News Player of the Year (1942) Defunct: UPI Player of the Year

Positional awards

Bronko Nagurski Trophy (Defensive player) Chuck Bednarik Award (Defensive player) Rimington Trophy (Center) Davey O'Brien Award (Quarterback) Butkus Award (Linebacker) Doak Walker Award (Running back) Fred Biletnikoff Award (receiver) Jim Thorpe Award (Defensive back) John Mackey Award (Tight end) Lombardi Award (Lineman/linebacker) Lott Trophy (Defensive player) Lou Groza Award (Placekicker) Manning Award (Quarterback) Outland Trophy (Interior lineman) Ray Guy Award (Punter) Ted Hendricks Award (Defensive end) Jet Award (Return specialist) Jacobs Blocking Trophy Joe Moore Award (Offensive line)

Other national player awards

Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (Senior quarterback) Paul Hornung Award (Most versatile)

All-Americans

College Football All-America Team (Unanimous All-Americans)

Head coaching awards

AFCA Coach of the Year Award (1935) Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award (1957) Sporting News Coach of the Year (1963) Walter Camp Coach of the Year Award (1967) Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year (1976) Woody Hayes Trophy (1977) Paul "Bear" Bryant Award (1986) George Munger Award (1989) Home Depot Coach of the Year (1994) AP Coach of the Year (1998) Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award (2006) Bobby Bowden Coach of the Year Award (2009)

Defunct: Joseph V. Paterno Award (2010)

Assistant coaching awards

Broyles Award (Assistant Coach of the Year) AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year

Conference awards

ACC awards American awards Big 12 awards Big Ten awards (MVP) MAC awards Pac-12 awards SEC awards Defunct: Big East awards SWC awards

Division I FCS awards

Walter Payton Award (Div. I FCS offensive player) Buck Buchanan Award (Div. I FCS defensive player) Jerry Rice Award (Div. I FCS freshman) Eddie Robinson Award (Div. I FCS coach)

Defunct: Mickey Charles Award (Div. I FCS student-athlete) STATS FCS Offensive Player of the Year (Div. I FCS offensive player) STATS FCS Defensive Player of the Year (Div. I FCS defensive player) STATS FCS Freshman Player of the Year (Div. I FCS freshman) STATS FCS Coach of the Year (Div. I FCS coach)

Other divisions/associations

Harlon Hill Trophy (Div. II) Gagliardi Trophy (Div. III) Rawlings Award (NAIA) Defunct: Melberger Award (Div. III)

Academic, inspirational, and versatility awards

Academic All-America of the Year (Student-athlete) Disney's Wide World of Sports Spirit Award William V. Campbell Trophy (Student-athlete) Wuerffel Trophy (Humanitarian-athlete) Lowe's Senior CLASS Award (Student-athlete) Burlsworth Trophy (Walk-on) Rudy Award (inspirational/motivational)

Service awards

Amos Alonzo Stagg Award Walter Camp Alumni of the Year Walter Camp Man of the Year National Football Foundation Distinguished American Award National Football Foundation Gold Medal Winners Theodore Roosevelt Award

Regional awards

Champ Pickens Trophy (1923–1926; Southern Conference champion) Conerly Trophy (Mississippi) Dudley Award (Virginia) Norris Cup Porter Cup Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award (Texas-related offensive player) Kent Hull Trophy (Mississippi; offensive lineman) Nils V. "Swede" Nelson Award (New England sportsmanship)

Awards organizations

Maxwell Football Club National Football Foundation Touchdown Club of Columbus Walter Camp Football Foundation Washington D.C. Touchdown Club

Halls of fame

College Foo

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