MIKE RILEY IS named Coach of the Year while Jacquizz Rodgers becomes first freshman in the Pac-10's…
Riley picks up Coach of the Year honor
Riley, 55, has led Oregon State to a 55-42 record overall, including a 27-12 mark over the last three years. The Beavers are ranked No. 24 in the AP, No. 25 in the USAToday/Coaches polls.
Riley was joined on the Football Bowl Subdivision Regional Coach of the Year honors list with Ball State's Brady Hoke, an assistant coach at OSU under Jerry Pettibone from 1991-94. The other three recipients include Houston Nutt of Ole Miss, Mike Leach of Texas Tech and Brian Kelly of Cincinnati.
Last week the AFCA announced that Beaver senior offensive left tackle Andy Levitre earned first team All-American honors.
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