by
4 Comments
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen is up for coach of the year.
Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports
According to USA Today, Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen was named as a finalist for the Maxwell Football Club Collegiate Coach of the Year Award.
quote:

A group of 20 semifinalists were trimmed to Mullen, Ohio State’s Urban Meyer and Oregon’s Mark Helfrich.

Mullen helped lead Mississippi State to its first-ever No. 1 ranking. The Bulldogs are going to a school-record fifth straight bowl game when they face Georgia Tech in Orange Bowl on Dec. 31 in Miami Gardens, Fla.

In 2014, MSU won 10 regular season games for the first time and finished second in the SEC Western Division. Mullen developed quarterback Dak Prescott into a finalist for national player of the year, while leading a record-setting offense that averaged 506.2 yards per game.
The winner will be announced on Dec. 22.
Filed Under: SEC Football

Comments

4 Comments
user avatar
In a word...yes.
Reply92 months
user avatar
Someone please give him this award so the man can go to sleep
Reply92 months
user avatar
Excellent choice. Dan should be Coach of the Year!
Reply92 months
user avatar
The same Dan Mullen that ignored Stomper Days actions and defended them nationally? Great role model there.
Reply92 months
Popular Stories