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While appearing on McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning on WJOX, ESPN's Paul Finebaum revealed he revealed his pick for SEC Coach of the Year: Auburn head coach Bryan Harsin...

“I think he’s done a phenomenal job, and we’re now in November, so the SEC Coach of the Year award, we’re no longer talking about 8 people for the job, some with losing records,” Finebaum said. “So today, Bryan Harsin is the SEC Coach of the Year. I don’t think it’s really in dispute at the moment. He’s got some difficult games ahead. But he’s won some incredibly difficult games, and I’ve really been impressed with him across the board.”

“I didn’t think he inherited very much. I was thinking 7-5, maybe 8-4 and I realize there’s still 2 extraordinarily difficult games left. But he’s already won a couple games I did not have him winning,” Finebaum said. “So I could not be more impressed.”
(The Spun)
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Kirby Smart
Reply3 months
All this award means is “most improved”, as in the team isn’t shitty like the previous year. It definitely doesn’t mean “best coach”.
Reply3 months
Uhh, they kind of go hand in hand. Don't you think?
3 months
So not Orgeron?
Reply3 months
Kirby who???? Don't have the vote prior to Auburn playing bama.
Reply3 months
Kind of hard to disagree.
Reply3 months
Mark stoops
3 months
Not a bad pick honestly, considering how Harsin has done in his first year in the toughest division in CFB. The award will likely go to Kirby Smart, though.
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