Tagged: broyles award

EA Sports' NCAA Football 14 to Feature Broyles Award

by Associated Press 7/10/2013 7:30 am

Gamers playing EA Sports' NCAA Football 14 will be able to win an electronic version of the Broyles Award, which is given to the nation's top assistant coach each year.

Video: Gus Malzahn Wastes No Time In Getting ASU Red Wolves To Think ‘Big-Time’

by Chris Bahn 7/17/2012 12:00 am

Many of the same qualities that led Malzahn to success at the prep level helped him succeed as an offensive coordinator in college. Now he has his shot at proving his offensive philosophies, big vision and drive to succeed can work at Arkansas State.

Jim Harris' Notebook: LSU' Chavis at the Top With 2011 Broyles Award

by Jim Harris 12/6/2011 3:39 pm

The past two winners of the Broyles Award for the year's best college football assistant coach also saw their teams go on to win the BCS national championship. John Chavis is the defensive coordinator for top-ranked LSU, which will play Alabama in the national title game on Jan. 9. Does he like the odds, knowing his two predecessors for the award shared in the championship crystal? "Only if we win the final game," he said with a laugh Tuesday at the Peabody Little Rock ballroom. "We'll see if we can make it three in a row."

Jim Harris' Notebook: Mangino Ready To Return; Big Week For Central Arkansas

by Jim Harris 11/14/2011 3:37 pm

It's easy for fans who don't follow Kansas Jayhawk football closely to forget just how successful Mark Mangino was in building the program before he was controversially shown the door nearly two years ago. When Arkansas upset top-ranked LSU in Baton Rouge 50-48 in three overtimes in the 2007 regular-season finale, Kansas was sitting one slot behind the Tigers at No. 2 and playing Missouri that same weekend. Mangino's Jayhawks lost their only game of the season to Missouri 36-28, but earned a BSC bowl spot anyway and defeated Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl to start 2008.

Report: Vanderbilt Offers Broyles Award Winner Malzahn Nearly $3 Million Per Year

by Chris Bahn 12/9/2010 11:31 pm

Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn has said repeatedly he’s in no hurry to take a head coaching job. Could Vanderbilt have figured out a way to speed up Malzahn? Nashville’s Tennessean newspaper reports that Vanderbilt has offered Malzahn in “the ballpark of $3 million per year.” That doesn't sound like a program that has the reputation of not committing enough resources to football.

Auburn's Malzahn Wins 2010 Broyles Award as Top Assistant Coach

by The Associated Press 12/6/2010 3:55 pm

Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn has won the annual Broyles Award given to the nation's top college assistant coach.

Harris: Broyles Award Winner Gus Malzahn Keeps Pointing to His Arkansas Prep Roots

by Jim Harris 12/6/2010 2:50 pm

Gus Malzahn says he's still an Arkansas high school football coach who just happens to be coaching college football. Now, the Auburn University offensive coordinator is considered the best assistant coach in college football this year after winning the 2010 Broyles Award on Monday.

Fort Smith Natives Malzahn, Bumpas Vie With 3 Others for Broyles Award

by Jim Harris 12/6/2010 11:12 am

Gus Malzahn boss, Gene Chizik, was an assistant coach for an unbeaten Auburn football team in 2004 when he came to Little Rock as a finalist for the Broyles Award.

Nominees Announced for Broyles Award; Arkansas' McGee, Auburn's Malzahn Among Group

by ArkansasSports360.com Staff 11/24/2010 3:14 pm

Nominees for the 2010 Broyles Award were announced on Wednesday. Among the nominees are Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee and Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn, a native of Fort Smith. Out of the list of 36 nominees, the Broyles Award selection committee - made up of former, prominent college head coaches - will select the five finalists, who will be announced Monday, Nov. 29. The award will be presented Monday, Dec. 6. at a luncheon at the Peabody Hotel in Little Rock. The Rotary Club of Little Rock will present the award.