2019 EVENT
2019 BROCHURE
2019 BROYLES AWARD WINNER
JOE BRADY
LSU
PASSING GAME COORDINATOR / RECEIVERS
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JOE BRADY BROYLES AWARD WINNER

LSU’s Joe Brady named college football’s top assistant coach

For Immediate Release

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – [Dec. 10, 2019] – The Frank & Barbara Broyles Foundation announces Joe Brady, Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers at LSU, as the winner of the 24th annual Broyles Award. The 2019 Broyles Award finalists included:

BAYLOR – Phil Snow, Defensive Coordinator

GEORGIA – Dan Lanning, Defensive Coordinator

LSU – Joe Brady, Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers

OHIO STATE – Jeff Hafley, Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Coach

UTAH – Morgan Scalley, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties

The announcement of the 2019 Broyles Award winner was made Tuesday, December 10th at the Marriott Hotel. The Broyles Award honors college football’s top assistant coach. The award was established in 1996 to recognize legendary head football Coach Frank Broyles. Coach Broyles had a track record of producing some of the most successful assistant coaches in college football history.

Proceeds from the 2019 Broyles Award support the mission of the Broyles Foundation; to provide a game plan through education, support, and resources to Alzheimer’s caregivers. You can follow The Broyles Foundation on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Riceland Foods serves as the presenting sponsor of the 2019 Broyles Award.

Riceland is the world’s largest miller and marketer of rice with its products sold across the nation and to more than 75 foreign destinations.

About the Broyles Award

The Broyles Award was created in 1996 recognizing Coach Frank Broyles’ legacy of selecting and developing great assistants during his hall of fame career as head coach at Arkansas. You can follow the Broyles Award on Facebook and Twitter.

About the National College Football Awards Association

The National College Football Awards Association (NCFAA) encompasses the most prestigious awards in college football. The 21 awards boast 699 years of tradition-selection excellence. Visit NCFAA.org to learn more about our story.

About the Football Writers Association of America

The Football Writers Association of America, founded in 1941, consists of 1,300 men and women who cover college football. The membership includes journalists, broadcasters and publicists, as well as key executives in all the areas that involve the game. The FWAA works to govern areas that include game-day operations, major awards and its annual All-America team. For more information about the FWAA and its award programs, contact Steve Richardson at [email protected]

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CONTACT

David Bazzel
Executive Director, Broyles Award
(501) 258-8315
[email protected]

Carson Horn
The Communications Group
(501) 515-0849
[email protected]

BROYLES AWARD ANNOUNCES FINALISTS

Selection Committee Narrows List to five

For Immediate Release

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. [December 2, 2019] – The Frank & Barbara Broyles Foundation is pleased to announce the 15 semi-finalists for the 2019 Broyles Award.

The Five Finalists Are:

 

BAYLOR – Phil Snow, Defensive Coordinator

GEORGIA – Dan Lanning, Defensive Coordinator

LSU – Joe Brady, Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers

OHIO STATE – Jeff Hafley, Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Coach

UTAH – Morgan Scalley, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties

 

The final five will travel to Little Rock, Ark. for the announcement of the 2019 Broyles Award winner on Tuesday, December 10th at the Marriott Hotel.

Last year’s Broyles Award winner was Alabama’s offensive coordinator, Mike Locksley. Winners from the previous five seasons are not eligible for the 2019 Broyles Award. Visit the Broyles Award website for the full list of previous finalists and winners.

Proceeds from the 2019 Broyles Award support the mission of the Broyles Foundation; to provide a game plan through education, support, and resources to Alzheimer’s caregivers. The Broyles Foundation can be followed on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Riceland Foods will serve as the presenting sponsor of the 2019 Broyles Award. Riceland is the world’s largest miller and marketer of rice with its products sold across the nation and to more than 75 foreign destinations.

About the Broyles Award

The Broyles Award was created in 1996 recognizing Coach Frank Broyles’ legacy of selecting and developing great assistants during his hall of fame career as head coach at Arkansas. You can follow the Broyles Award on Facebook and Twitter.

About the National College Football Awards Association

The National College Football Awards Association (NCFAA) encompasses the most prestigious awards in college football. The 21 awards boast 699 years of tradition-selection excellence. Visit NCFAA.org to learn more about our story.

About the Football Writers Association of America

The Football Writers Association of America, founded in 1941, consists of 1,300 men and women who cover college football. The membership includes journalists, broadcasters and publicists, as well as key executives in all the areas that involve the game. The FWAA works to govern areas that include game-day operations, major awards and its annual All-America team. For more information about the FWAA and its award programs, contact Steve Richardson at [email protected]

DOWNLOAD PRESS RELEASE (PDF)

CONTACT

David Bazzel
Executive Director, Broyles Award
(501) 258-8315
[email protected]

Carson Horn
The Communications Group
(501) 515-0849
[email protected]

THE Broyles Award

The Broyles Award was established in 1996 by Frank Broyles and David Bazzel to recognize some of the most dedicated, hardest-working people in America – college football assistant coaches.

The Broyles Award quickly became synonymous with excellence in collegiate coaching, as many finalists and recipients of the Broyles Award have gone on to become head coaches at collegiate and professional levels.

Partner Spotlight

RICELAND

GROWING A LEGACY

The Riceland family is proud to assist the Broyles family in maintaining the legacy of Frank Broyles and his importance to college football and Arkansas.

1996 - 2019

24 Years of coaching excellence

The Broyles Foundation and the Broyles Award Selection Committee would like to issue a special ‘Thank You’ to all volunteers, donors, and sponsors of the 2018 Broyles Award. Your support helps us recognize excellence in collegiate coaching and provides crucial care for caregivers in crisis.​

Our Story

"Coach" Frank Broyles
1924-2017

Frank Broyles

Frank Broyles always said he lived a charmed life, and it was true. He leaves behind a multitude of legacies certain never to be replicated. Whether it was his unparalleled career in college athletics, as an athlete, coach, athletics administrator and broadcaster, or his tireless work in the fourth quarter of his life as an Alzheimer’s advocate, his passion was always the catalyst for changing the world around him for the better.

He felt he was blessed to work for more than 55 years in the only job he ever wanted, first as head football coach and then as athletic director at the University of Arkansas. An optimist and a visionary who looked at life with an attitude of gratitude, Broyles lived life to the fullest for 92 years, almost 60 of them in his adopted state of Arkansas. To all who knew him, including thousands of Razorback fans who never met him, he was Coach Broyles, ambassador to the Razorback Nation and the state of Arkansas. To countless others, he was an advocate for caregivers around the world.

The Broyles Award

In 1996, David Bazzel founded the Broyles Award in honor of Coach Broyles’s lifetime of coaching excellence. The Broyles Award trophy, unveiled in 1996, reflects this, as it contains two figures: a standing Frank Broyles, and a kneeling with Wilson Matthews, his longtime assistant coach. The relationship between coach and assistant coach remains, over two decades later, the defining feature and purpose of the Broyles Award. With a Selection Committee that includes many of the most accomplished coaches (both active and retired), the Broyles Award continues to seek out excellence in assistant coaching at the collegiate and, as of 2019, the high school level.

First Broyles Award
1996