Vote for Coach Chris Hatcher as LIberty Mutual 'Coach of the Year'
The Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year’ award is given to a college football coach who has demonstrated the ability to lead the team through their integrity, responsibility, commitment to excellence and dedication. The award process will take place over the course of the entire college football season, and fan votes will be crucial to the outcome. The winner in each division will be chosen using a combination of fan votes and votes received from members of the 2007 Coach of the Year Selection Committee.
The winners will receive $20,000 towards their school’s Alumni Association and the remaining $50,000 for the charity(s) of their choice. The first-ever Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year’ was awarded last year to Greg Schiano of
Fans are allowed to vote once a day on the website and post a message about why their coach deserves this accolade. GSU fans are encouraged to spread the word to others to place their votes as well. The award process will take place throughout the remainder of the football season and the total number of fan votes is an important part of the final selection. After the open fan voting session closes, there is a finalist selection process and a finalist vote. On December 29th the winners of the 2007 Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year’ will be announced.
Coming off a 3-8 year, the 16th-ranked Eagles and first-year head coach Hatcher are 7-3 overall and 4-3 in the Southern Conference.
- Category: Football
- Published on Thursday, 15 November 2007 00:25