BROYLES AWARD IMPACT

RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE DEDICATION SKILL COURAGE 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

43

Winners/Finalists have become college or NFL head coaches

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

45%

of Winners and Finalists have become head coaches

27

Winners and Finalists are currently head coaches

Kirby Smart, Georgia (Winner, 2009)
Gus Malzahn, C. Florida (Winner, 2010)

20%

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

8

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

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

4

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