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The 2004 Coach of the Year winners received their plaques at the AFCA Coach of the Year Dinner. (L-R) Chris Hatcher, Valdosta State University, Division II; Tommy Tuberville, Auburn University, Division I-A; Grant Teaff, AFCA Executive Director; Mickey Matthews, James Madison University, Division I-AA; Jay Locey, Linfield College, Division III.

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Moravian College's Scot Dapp (L), the 2005 AFCA President, received the gavel from outgoing president Ken Hatfield (R) of Rice University.

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The 2004 AFCA Assistant Coach of the Year winners received their plaques at the AFCA Kickoff Luncheon. (L-R): Nick Howlett, Carroll College (Mont.), NAIA; Tony Pierce, Alabama State University, Division I-AA; Brian White, University of Wisconsin, Division I-A; Brian Hughes, C.W. Post (N.Y.), Division II; Keith Emery, Johns Hopkins University, Division III.

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The 2005 AFCA Honorary Members attending the ADT Awards Luncheon received their plaques from 2005 AFCA President Scot Dapp. (L-R): Gene O'Connor, former legal counsel of the AFCA; Dennis Poppe, NCAA Director of Football and Baseball; Scot Dapp; Phil Fulmer, Immediate Past President and head coach at the University of Tennessee; Bill Curry, former head coach at Georgia Tech, Alabama and Kentucky, now a college football analyst for ESPN.

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Northwestern University head coach Randy Walker (L) and Boston College head coach Tom O'Brien were presented with the 2004 Academic Achievement Award at the 2005 Kickoff Luncheon at the AFCA Convention in Louisville.

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Former Iowa, North Texas and SMU head coach Hayden Fry (L) was presented with the AFCA's Amos Alonzo Stagg Award by Stagg Award Committee member Rob Ash of Drake University.

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The Inaugural AFCA Trailblazer Award was presented to former Hampton University head coach Charles Williams, posthumously. The award was presented at the AFCA Kickoff Luncheon by 2004 AFCA President Ken Hatfield (L) and Grant Teaff, AFCA Executive Director (R). Joe Taylor (middle), current head coach at Hampton University, accepted the award on behalf of Hampton University.

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Dr. Christopher Kraft accepted the 2005 Tuss McLaughry Award at the AFCA Coach of the Year Dinner on January II.

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East Brunswick (N.J.) High School's Marcus Borden (L) received the American Football Coaches Foundation Power of Influence Award at the AFCA Coach of the Year Dinner. Presenting the award was the 2004 AFCA President, Ken Hatfield of Rice University.

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The 2004 National Championship Coaches received their trophies at the ADT Awards Luncheon. (L-R): Mike Van Diest, Carroll College (Mont.), NAIA; Mickey Matthews, James Madison University, Division I-AA; Norm Chow, University of Southern California, Division I-A; Chris Hatcher, Valdosta State University, Division II; Jay Locey, Linfield College (Ore.), Division III.

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Title Annotation:82ND ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE AFCA; American Football Coaches Association
Publication:Coach and Athletic Director
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 1, 2005
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