Wed., Dec. 16: Kirk Ferentz, whose Iowa Hawkeyes won 12 games in a season for the first time in school history, has been named the first University of Iowa coach to win the 59th FWAA/Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award. Presented for a second straight year by the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the FWAA/Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award honors the top coach in the Football Bowl Subdivision.
Complete release | All-time FWAA Coaches of the Year
Miami's Knighton wins Capital One Orange Bowl Courage Award
Navy great Moeller tabbed for Nagurski Legends Award

Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry and Bronko Nagurski Trophy winner Tyler Matakevich are among the AutoNation All-Americans
Mon., Dec. 14: The 2015 AutoNation FWAA All-America Team was announced by the Football Writers Association of America. The 26-man first team is led by the Southeastern Conference with seven selections. Alabama running back Derrick Henry, the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Award and Doak Walker Award winner, is one of four players from the second-ranked Crimson Tide on the first team and leads a parade of 24 players from the Power Five conferences. For the fourth straight season, the announcement of the team will be featured on SiriusXM Radio's "College Football Nation" in a two-hour special hosted by Mark Packer and Matt Leinart today at 5 p.m. ET.
Complete release | All-Time FWAA All-America Teams (.pdf) | Freshman All-America Team
Stanford's Garnett wins Outland Trophy | Three Outland Trophy finalists named | Semifinalists
Temple's Matakevich wins Bronko Nagurski Trophy | Bronko Nagurski Trophy finalists
Clemson tops final FWAA-NFF Super 16 Poll | How they voted
Maisel is Bert McGrane Award winner | Westminster's Robertson receives Armed Forces Merit Award
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