The All-American Bowl Selection Committee announced the winner for the prestigious Coach of the Year Award. The All-American Bowl Coach of the Year honors the nation’s top high school coach for exceptional coaching abilities and leadership skills and acknowledges his role as a positive influence on young Americans on and off the field.
Coach Eric Moore from Center Grove High School in Indiana has been named the recipient of the All-American Bowl’s Coach of the Year Award.
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Past winners of the award include Greg Toal, Jason Negro and Robert Steeples.
On Saturday, Jan. 2, NBC will broadcast a special two-hour “All-American Bowl: Declaration Day” celebrating each of this year’s 100 All-Americans. The All-American Bowl, which was originally scheduled to be played in January 2021 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, will not be played due to health and safety concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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