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The Best College Football Awards Show 2020-2021 (By FanNoiseSports)

Mike McGee and Nate Schweers present the first ever College Football Awards Show. Featuring awards for Team of the Year, Coach of the Year, Person of the Year, QB of the Year, Defense of the Year, Quotes of the Year, and college football awards you might not want to receive.

So without further ado, here are the 2020-2021 College Football Awards:

Team of the Year

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers logo for winning Team of the Year in The Best College Football Awards Show.
Image by WMBF

Other Nominees: Cincinnati, Ball State, and Liberty

Coach of the Year

Matt Campbell (Iowa State)

Iowa State Cyclones head coach Matt Campbell wins Coach of the Year.
Image by Ben Queen via USA TODAY Sports

Other Nominees: Ryan Day (Ohio State), Hugh Freeze (Liberty), and Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern)

Too Much Testy

That One Guy from Army

Army football player wins one of the College Football Awards called Too Much Testy.
Image by ESPN

What’re We Doing?

UVA Coaching Staff

“You should be fired”

The Virginia (UVA) Coaching Staff wins the What're We Doing Award, one of the College Football Awards.
Image by Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP Photo

Covid-19 Debacle

Pac-12 Conference

The Pac-12 football conference wins the Covid-19 Debacle award.
Image by Realdawg.com

Person of the Year

Hugh Freeze (Liberty)

Liberty Flames head coach Hugh Freeze wins Person of the Year. One of the College Football Awards that were well deserved.
Image by Liberty Journal

Other Nominees: Massimo Biscardi (Coastal Carolina), Dustin Crum (Kent State), Dan Mullen (Florida)

The Next Jar-Jar (College Football Awards Favorite)

Trevor Lawrence (Clemson)

College Football Awards winner and The Next Jar-Jar Binks Trevor Lawrence, the quarterback for the Clemson Tigers.
Image by Austin Randolph via Twitter

QB of the Year (Trevor Lawrence Award)

Justin Fields (Ohio State)

Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields wins the favorite of the College Football Awards, QB of the Year (Trevor Lawrence Award).
Image by Jay Laprete via AP

Are They Actually Good?

All of ‘Em

Nominees: Miami, Oklahoma State, Indiana, and Florida

Defense of the Year

Iowa Hawkeyes

College Football Awards winner, Iowa Hawkeyes wins Defense of the Year.
Image by Iowa Brand Manual

Best Bowl Game

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl (Georgia vs Cincinnati)

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl featuring Georgia Bulldogs vs Cincinnati Bearcats wins Best Bowl Game in the College Football Awards.
Image by Georgia Bulldogs

Other Nominee: Cure Bowl (Liberty vs Coastal Carolina)

Bounciest Turf

AT&T Stadium

“Bouncy AF”

AT&T Stadium finds itself in the winning the Bounciest Turf award.
Image by SportsField Management

Pedestrian “Pedest” of the Year

Bo Nix (Auburn)

A favorite in the College Football Awards, Pedestrian "Pedest" of the Year goes to Bo Nix.
Image by Alex Scarborough via ESPN

Atari Flashback “COTY”

Frank Solich

“He’s old… real old”

Image by Brian Bahr via Getty Images

Dan Mullen Quote of the Year (Danny Boy’s QOTY)

“I didn’t see it.” – LSU Thrown Shoe Quote

College Football Awards participant Dan Mullen, the head coach for the Florida Gators.
Image by Mike Zarrilli via Getty Images

Other Quotes from one of the most electric coaches in football:

“Maybe we should pack 90,000 fans in our stands.”

“…maybe we shouldn’t have played the game.”

“The 2020 team played their last game 10 days ago.”

And for the final award of The Best College Football Awards Show we have the…

Appreciation Award (Last of the College Football Awards)

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