BROYLES AWARD IMPACT

RECOGNIZING IN ASSISTANT COACHING

"Becoming a Broyles Award finalist means you are the best of the best...winning the award is a great honor, but all of you here today are now part of a select group of incredible assistant coaches."

David Bazzel, Broyles Award Founder

Winners/Finalists have become college or NFL head coaches

Kliff Kingsbury, Arizona Cardinals (Finalist, 2012)
MIKE LOCKSLEY, MARYLAND (WINNER, 2018)

of Winners and Finalists have become head coaches

Winners and Finalists are currently head coaches

Kirby Smart, Georgia (Winner, 2009)
Gus Malzahn, Auburn (Winner, 2010)

of all current head coaches in Division 1 (FBS) are Winners or Finalists

Winners and Finalists have won National Head Coach of the Year Honors

Mark Mangino (Winner, 2000)
Gene Chizik, 2010 (Winner, 2004)

Winners and Finalists have coached in national championship games as head coaches