Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Duke’s Cutcliffe Named Coach Of The Year

(Steeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Duke's David Cutcliffe received 25 votes, while Clemson's Dabo Swinney had seven and Florida State's Jimbo Fisher received five.

Cutcliffe, the Southeastern Conference's coach of the year in 2003 at Mississippi, led the Blue Devils to a 6-6 record and their first bowl berth since 1994.

Cutcliffe became the fourth Duke coach to win the award and first since Fred Goldsmith in 1994. He is 21-39 in five seasons and his team had a three-game improvement over its 3-9 finish in 2011.

"This honor is both humbling and rewarding because of the quality of the coaches in our conference," Cutcliffe said.
Streeter Lecka

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