Offensive Player of the Year: Robert Griffin, Baylor
Perhaps the most electric player in Baylor history, Griffin has passed for a school-record 3,998 yards and 36 touchdowns with just six interceptions. Nicknamed "RG3", Griffin leads the nation with a 192.31 passing efficiency. He's also rushed for 644 yards and nine touchdowns.
Defensive Player of the Year: Tyrann Mathieu, LSU
The "Honey Badger" has done it all for the top-ranked Tigers this season. Mathieu leads LSU in tackles (70), forced fumbles (six) and fumble recoveries (five) and also has added a pair of interceptions. He's returned a pair of punts for touchdowns, one against Arkansas that clinched the SEC West and one against Georgia in the SEC Championship Game.
National Coach of the Year: Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State
Gundy has his alma mater, Oklahoma State, in their first BCS Bowl Game in school history and led the Cowboys to an 11-1 season and their first ever Big 12 title. In fact, it was the Cowboys' first conference title since 1976 when they won a share of the Big Eight and their first outright conference title since 1948 when the Cowboys won the Missouri Valley Conference.
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