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Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly wins 2018 Home Depot COY

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach Brian Kelly has been named the Home Depot Coach of the Year. He will receive the award on Thursday night at the College Football Awards ceremony on ESPN in Atlanta, Georgia.

Kelly guided the Irish to an undefeated 12-0 record. He also has Notre Dame in the College Football Playoff.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish head coach Brian Kelley stands in the tunnel with his team before the Pittsburgh Panthers game
Brian Kelley stands in the tunnel with his team before the Pittsburgh Panthers game (Getty Images)

He will receive the Award for the third-time in his career. He previously won it in 2009 with the Cincinnati Bearcats.

Kelly also won the award in 2012 with the Fighting Irish. That season, Notre Dame also went undefeated in the regular season before being blown out by the Alabama Crimson Tide in the BCS National Championship game.

No other coach has won the award more than once. Former UCF Knights Head Coach Scott Frost won the award following the 2017 season.

The Home Depot Coach of the Year has been given out since 1994. It is given out annually to College Football’s top head coach.

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