The Broyles Award is given to the nation’s top assistant coach in the country and is regarded as an extremely prestigious award in college football. They announced their 5 finalists for this year’s award, which will be handed out on the 10th of this month.
This year’s candidates include:
Rhett Lashlee, offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Auburn
Phillip Montgomery, offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Baylor
Kurt Roper, offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach/assistant head coach Duke
Jeremy Pruitt, defensive coordinator/defensive backs coach Florida State
Pat Narduzzi, defensive coordinator/assistant head coach Michigan State
Every candidate is a member of a double digit win team and all of their teams are in contention for their respective conference championships this year. Lashlee and Montgomery had two of the most impressive offenses in the country this year while Pruitt and Narduzzi had dominant defenses. Roper played a big role in getting Duke to maybe its best football season in the program’s history with a chance to win the ACC Title if they can upset the Seminoles.
Congratulations to all of the finalists.
Topics: Auburn Tigers Football, Baylor Bears Football, Duke Blue Devils Football, Florida State Seminoles Football, Jeremy Pruitt, Kurt Roper, Michigan State Spartans Football, Pat Narduzzi, Phillip Montgomery, Rhett Lashlee