The number of accolades acquired by the Coastal Carolina Head Coach is astonishing. Multiple institutions are gifted Jamey Chadwell with “Coach of the Year” following an incredible performance NCAA football division. The most notable accolade acquired by Chadwell is the Associated Press Coach of the Year award, which follows after a historic season that likely won’t be repeated the Coastal Carolina’s in 2021. Acquiring the COTY award from the Associated Press marks Chadwell’s fifth this year with prominent institutions. Additional Coach of the Year honors gifted to Chadwell include:
- The 2020 Walter Camp Coach of the Year.
- Paul Bryant Group’s Coach of the Year.
- Sporting News Coach of the Year.
- CBC Sports Coach of the Year.
- 24/7 Sports Coach of the Year.
Largescale corporations & charitable associations also awarded Jamey Chadwell with Coach of the Year. The total volume of accolades acquired by Coastal Carolina’s Head Coach reaches twelve. Few coaches in professional coaching acquire that volume of awards in a single season. It shows the historic accomplishments sustained by Jamey Chadwell during NCAAs 2020 campaign. Chadwell was named for the “Home Depot Coach of the Year Award”, while also being selected by ESPN & ABC for an identical accolade on the CFA Show. Additional accolades obtained by Jamey Chadwell by corporate entities or charitable institutions include:
- The Werner Ladder American Football College Association – FBS Region Two – Coach of the Year Award.
- George Munger College Coach of the Year Award.
- 2020s Sun Belt Coach of the Year Honor.
Other coaching personnel were competing for these rewards, with Chadwell sustaining an overwhelming volume of votes. Sixteen of the available points were acquire by Jamey, with Tom Allen of Indiana coming 2nd with fourteen votes. Luke Fickell of Cincinnati came 3rd and Nick Saban from Alabama sustained 4th place. It’d be Brent Brennan from the San Jose Sharks that came last in 5th.