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LSU's Ed Orgeron was named one of six finalists for the Ed Munger Collegiate Coach of the Year Award on Monday.

The Award is given annually to the coach that shows "devotion to ethics in athletics, and his commitment to education."

Orgeron, who was named AP SEC Coach of the Year on Monday, has led the Tigers to perfect 13-0 record and wrapped up the SEC Championship and the No. 1 seed in the College Football Playoffs this past weekend.

Orgeron is joined by Ryan Day (Ohio State), PJ Fleck (Minnesota), Matt Rhule (Baylor), Lincoln Riley (Oklahoma) and Dabo Swinney (Clemson) as the other finalists for the award.

The winner of the Award will be announced on Jan. 3, 2020.

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I would think Ed O is the presumptive favorite.
Reply22 months
If O doesn't sweep every single COY award they are meaningless.
Reply22 months
Ed ain’t got time for this he is busy recruiting. :)
Reply22 months
We're gonna beat their arse in recruiting!
22 months
LSU was given a 2% chance to go undefeated through the SEC Championship, Coach O deserves this award and its not even close.
Reply22 months
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