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Commitment vs. Contract: Which one wins in college football?

by DCScrap, on 205th magazine

The finalists are set for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award that I have been telling you about the past couple of months. Fan voting that will help to determine the 2008 winners, will run from December 12 through December 22, so you can still have your say. You can vote daily, and for up to four NCAA coaches. The rules are posted on www.coachoftheyear.com.

Things to consider when casting your vote: Is it fair for a coach to announce his resignation or retirement mid-season, and still remain in the head coach position? Do you feel such an announcement is a distraction to players? A detriment to the university/football program? Do you know a coach that illustrates a high degree of commitment? Do you know a coach that does not? Let these factors weigh in when making your decision. And go to www.coachoftheyear.com to learn more about the coaches up for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award this season.

Unlike other coaching awards given out in college football, the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award allows fans to have a say in who wins, and truly focuses on a coach's actions off the field as much as on. The award provides each winning coach with $50,000 to donate to one or more charitable organizations of his choice and a $20,000 grant to donate to his school's alumni association to enhance student scholarships and activities, so your votes could help your favorite school directly.

The 2008 winners will be announced on ESPN on December 31 during the halftime of the Music City Bowl. Tune in then and see if your coach and your school took home the honors.

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