FWAA 2021 Season News
FWAA unveils 2021 Super 11 Award winners
Three first-time winners and eight previous ones comprise the 13th Super 11 Awards, which the Football Writers Association of America gives out annually to the best performing sports information departments in the Football Bowl Subdivision. The awards announced this week are for the 2021 season. In addition, the FWAA presented a Super 11 Coach of the Year Award to Boston College Coach Jeff Hafley who granted outstanding access to his program during the 2021 season. He is the fourth head coach to win this award, which began with the 2018 season.
Beamer, Heupel share 2021 Steve Spurrier Award
South Carolina coach Shane Beamer and Tennessee coach Josh Heupel are the co-winners of the Steve Spurrier First-Year Coach of the Year Award presented by the Football Writers Association of America and Chris Doering Mortgage.
FWAA NAMES FINALISTS FOR FIRST-YEAR COACH AND PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Three coaches, players up for Steve Spurrier Award and National Freshman of the Year
Michigan is Cheez-It Bowl National Team of the Week
For advancing to the Big Ten Championship Game for the first time the Wolverines are the Cheez-It Bowl National Team of the Week for games of the weekend of Nov. 27, as selected by the Football Writers Association of America.
Utah is Cheez-It Bowl National Team of the Week
Utes dominate Oregon to clinch Pac-12 South title
Kansas is Cheez-It Bowl National Team of the Week
Jayhawks stun Texas in OT to end Big 12 road drought
TCU IS CHEEZ-IT BOWL NATIONAL TEAM OF THE WEEK
Frogs stun rival Baylor with new coach, quarterback
MICHIGAN STATE IS CHEEZ-IT BOWL NATIONAL TEAM OF THE WEEK
Spartans rally from 16-point deficit to remain unbeaten
Purdue is Cheez-It Bowl National Team of the Week
Behind a career day for wide receiver David Bell and a staunch defense that forced six turnovers, the Purdue Boilermakers went into Kinnick Stadium and knocked off the No. 2 Iowa Hawkeyes 24-7 to earn the Cheez-It Bowl National Team of the Week honor for games of the weekend of Oct. 16, as selected by the Football Writers Association of America.
Cheez-It Bowl to present National Team of the Week
FWAA to extend weekly team honor into a 20th season
The Athletic's Raynor Named Winner of Edward Aschoff Rising Star Award
DALLAS (FWAA) – Grace Raynor of The Athletic has been named the recipient of the second Edward Aschoff Rising Star Award, which is presented by the Football Writers Association of America and named after the beloved ESPN college football reporter who died on Christmas Eve in 2019 on his 34th birthday from previously undetected Stage 4 non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in his lungs.