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NCAA.com | August 13, 2014

College football 2014 offseason awards

  This offseason has had plenty of memorable moments, many of which that have included Bo Pelini.

As players report to fall camps across the country, college football has officially entered its regular season. There will plenty of time to look forward, but for now we're looking back on the college football offseason that was. 

From rule changes -- ones that we're proposed and rejected to ones that we're eventually executed -- to players and coaches having strong offseason performances that pushed them into the spotlight, this college football offseason was plenty full of excitement and drama. 

To commemorate it, here's the much-deserved college football 2014 offseason awards. 

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