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    BOFA Awards

    As a reminder, individual position awards were already posted for this season as well as a couple other coach awards, thus are not included on this
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    BOFA Awards

    The voting committee of BOFA has decided on who won the major awards for College Football in the 2022 season. Player Awards: Brian Brown National Player of the Year: Quarterback Troy McMurray RJ Stanford Offensive Player of the Year: Troy McMurray Tyrone Jones Defensive Player of the Year: Cornerback DeSean Barkley Jarius Shaw-Dodd Offensive Freshman of the Year: Quarterback Storm Whitaker Philip Moore Defensive Freshman of the Year: Defensive End Kayden Soriano De'Andre Hawkins Transfer of the Year: Troy McMurray Coaches Awards: TheUgly National Coach of the Year: Rome Randye FBS Coach of the Year: Rome Kirk Carter FCS Coach of the Year: SolutionA Jieret Group of Five Coach of the Year: Pumph Bingo Non Playoff Coach of the Year: SlinkyJr UBL Coach Man of the Year: Stormstopper Congratulations to all the winners of these awards, and those who were nominated.
  3. First off, I don't think Jon has a legit claim to the throne because he isn't a legit heir. But as a man he may feel he does over Daenerys, plus he's lived there his whole life. I don't think Jon takes the throne. I don't think it's in his personality, if he even lives. Daenerys would have the best claim assuming she doesn't die. But I wouldn't be surprised if no one ended up on the throne by the end of the show. At least with full control of Westeros
  4. I'm sorry, I thought this was America Rock flag and eagle
  5. Not the NFL, but I couldn't pass up this opportunity
  6. Any other year I'd say anything short of an elite 8. But this year should be a Natty year for Duke. The ultimate disappointment every year is UNC getting further than us. And this year there is the crippling fear of Duke and UNC playing in the finals. Losing to UNC I would end the rivalry so I don't want that
  7. Instant classic here. Congrats @DangerZoneh go and finish it off
  8. DeSean Barkley is the first player to be awarded 2 BOFA Awards in the same season.
  9. Next up in the BOFA Awards are the Defensive Position Awards. These players all had excellent seasons, and all the finalists should be proud of the seasons they had. Now for the awards... Tyler Jones Defensive Lineman of the Year: Deontre Graham, Alabama - 25 tackles, 7 TFL, 11.5 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR Brandon Dawkins, Rice - 38 tackles, 10 TFL, 13.0 sacks, 1 FF Anthony Walton, Florida State - 27 tackles, 12 TFL, 11.5 sacks Samir Sample, Texas Tech - 39 tackles, 16 TFL, 8.0 sacks, 1 FF Cory Joseph, UAB - 36 tackles, 12 TFL, 12.0 sacks, 1 FF, 1 FR, 1 safety Our winner: Samir Sample, Texas Tech Brian Hernandez Linebacker of the Year: Miles Reinhart, Louisville - 58 tackles, 13 TFL, 10.5 sacks, 1 PD, 1 FF, 1 safety Tanner Madison, Georgia Tech - 65 tackles, 3 TFL, 1 INT, 1 FR T.C. McGregor, SMU - 62 tackles, 6 TFL, 0.5 sacks, 1 INT, 5 PD Micah Wahl, Boise State - 52 tackles, 2 TFL, 6 PD DeAndre Simon, New Mexico - 56 tackles, 3 TFL Our winner: Miles Reinhart, Louisville Mike Gradishar Defensive Back of the Year: DeSean Barkley, Colorado - 18 tackles, 10 INT, 9 PD, 1 TD Ashton Evans, Virginia - 24 tackles, 9 INT, 6 PD, 1 TD Branden Valentine, Ole Miss - 27 tackles, 9 INT, 7 PD, 1 TD Khalil Harrell, Florida State - 15 tackles, 7 INT, 8 PD Eric Hall, Arizona - 10 tackles, 6 INT, 10 PD, 1 TD Davion Mayo, Georgia - 22 tackles, 9 INT, 6 PD Akiem Pryor, Miami (FL) - 13 tackles, 5 INT, 10 PD Jamir Lacey, Oregon - 13 tackles, 7 INT, 7 PD, 1 TD Trevor McKinney, Virginia Tech - 15 tackles, 8 INT, 13 PD, 1 TD Elijah Williams, Oklahoma - 11 tackles, 5 INT, 9 PD, 3 TD Our winner: DeSean Barkley, Colorado Rodrick Braxton Defensive Playmaker of the Year: Elijah Williams, Oklahoma - 11 tackles, 5 INT, 9 PD, 3 TD Zaire Hooker, WMU - 22 tackles, 8 INT, 4 PD, 2 TD Ivan Bentley, Hawaii - 39 tackles, 5 INT, 1 FF, 1 FR, 2 TD Ashton Evans, UVA - 24 tackles, 9 INT, 6 PD, 1 TD Brayden Reeder, BYU - 47 tackles, 4 TFL, 3.0 sacks, 6 INT DeSean Barkley, Colorado - 18 tackles, 10 INT, 9 PD, 1 TD Our winner: DeSean Barkley Congratulations to all of our awards winners and all the finalists.
  10. The Steelers are like the island of misfit toys
  11. The journalists at Bad Online Football Amateurs have finished voting on their 2022 Awards. BOFA will be announcing our winners in the upcoming days, starting today. We start with our BOFA Offensive Position Awards. Matty Swift Quarterback of the Year: Troy McMurray, Stanford - 230-323 (71.21% Completion) 3104 Yards, 24 TDs, 2 INTs, 172.87 Passer Rating. 101 Rushes, 868 Yards, 11 TDs Bryce Thompson, Duke - 260-385 (67.53%) 3516 yards, 28 TDs, 5 INTs, 165.65 Passer Rating. 85 Rushes, 656 Yards, 12 TDs Storm Whittaker, Mississippi State - 300-451 (66.52%)/4013/37/6/165.67. 22 Rushes, 115 Yards, 3 TDs David Edmondson, San Diego State - 281-404 (69.55%)/3631/31/3/168.89. Akiem Williams III, Clemson - 267/380 (70.26%)/3522/28/6/169.28. 95 Rushes, 776 Yards, 10 TDs Marcus Black, Auburn - 294-449 (65.48%)/3790/28/8/153.40. 35 Rushes, 167 Yards, 6 TDs Our winners: Troy McMurray, Stanford and Marcus Black, Auburn Allan Taylor Scrambling QB of the Year: Bryce Thompson, Duke Troy McMurray, Stanford Akiem Williams III, Clemson J.T. Youngblood, Hawaii - 243-366 (66.39%) 3083 Yards, 27 TDs, 5 INTs, 158.76 Passer Rating. 76 Rushes, 516 Yards, 6 TD Gavin Copeland, FIU - 260-385 (65.17%)/2786/18/4/145.34. 93 Rushes, 600 Yards, 9 Touchdowns. Our winner: Troy McMurray, Stanford Trace Buchanan RB of the Year: Solomon McLaughlin, Texas Tech - 12 Games, 317 Rushes, 1911 Yards, 23 Touchdowns Maurice White, Oklahoma - 13 Games, 296 Rushes, 1748 Yards, 20 TDs DeSean Madison, Western Michigan - 13 Games, 295 Rushes, 1878 Yards, 20 TDs Jamal Trufant, Wisconsin - 12 Games, 268 Rushes, 1582 Yards, 19 TDs Gabe Ciamo, Toledo - 12 Games, 277 Rushes, 1740 Yards, 21 TDs Our Winner: Solomon McLaughlin, Texas Tech. Unanimous Jeremy Scarborough WR of the Year: Anthony Swanson, Georgia Tech - 12 Games, 93 Receptions, 1191 Yards, 13 TDs Gavin Faulk, Connecticut - 12/89/1221/13 Ryan Childs, Mississippi State - 12/68/1196/15 Nick Rawls, Mississippi State - 12/77/1206/13 Roscoe Bishop, Arkansas State - 12/104/1302/14 Our Winner: Gavin Faulk, Connecticut Danny Patrick TE of the year: Jaime Bautista, Kansas - 12 Games, 90 Receptions, 1152 Yards, 10 TDs Jeremiah Kendrick, Southern Miss - 12/91/1190/12 Casey Swann, Miami (OH) - 11/76/985/10 DeAndre Streeter, Virginia - 12/74/967/8 Jonas Schumacher, Ohio State - 13/77/1097/8 Our Winners: Jeremiah Kendrick, Southern Miss and Jaime Bautista, Kansas Goode Guys Offensive Line of the Year: Duke - 5.52 rating, 6.0 sacks allowed, 6.34 rush avg Oklahoma - 5.30 rating, 3.0 sacks allowed, 6.02 rush avg Temple - 6.28 rating, 5.0 sacks allowed, 6.15 rush avg* Nebraska - 5.46 rating, 6.0 sacks allowed, 5.99 rush avg Florida - 5.83 rating, 2.0 sacks allowed, 5.44 rush avg Our Winner: Temple's Offensive Line Congrats to all the players who have been nominated and to all the players who won these awards
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