Pac-12 Conference football individual awards

Coaches of the Pac-12 Conference bestow the following awards at the end of each football season. The conference was founded in its current form as the Athletic Association of Western Universities in 1959, but traces its roots to the Pacific Coast Conference, founded in 1915. The conference name changed to Pacific-8 Conference (Pac-8) in 1968 and Pacific-10 Conference (Pac-10) in 1978. The conference's 2011 expansion to 12 members saw the conference formally renamed as the Pac-12 Conference.

Player of the Year

Award started in 1975 as Player of the Year, any offensive or defensive players could be winners, but only offensive players won it. The award was replaced with separate offensive and defensive selections in 1983.[1]: 120 

Season Player Pos. Team Ref.
1975 Chuck Muncie RB California
1976 Ricky Bell RB USC
1977 Guy Benjamin QB Stanford
Warren Moon QB Washington
1978 Charles White RB USC
1979 Charles White (2) RB USC
1980 John Elway QB Stanford
1981 Marcus Allen RB USC
1982 John Elway (2) QB Stanford
Tom Ramsey QB UCLA

Offensive Player of the Year

Season Player Pos. Team Ref.
1983 Steve Pelluer QB Washington
1984 Rueben Mayes RB Washington State
1985 Rueben Mayes (2) RB Washington State
1986 Brad Muster RB Stanford
1987 Troy Aikman QB UCLA
1988 Rodney Peete QB USC
1989 Steve Broussard RB Washington State
1990 Greg Lewis RB Washington
1991 Mike Pawlawski QB California
Mario Bailey WR Washington
1992 Drew Bledsoe QB Washington State
1993 J. J. Stokes WR UCLA
1994 Napoleon Kaufman RB Washington
1995 Keyshawn Johnson WR USC
1996 Jake Plummer QB Arizona State
1997 Ryan Leaf QB Washington State
1998 Cade McNown QB UCLA
Akili Smith QB Oregon
1999 Troy Walters WR Stanford
2000 Marques Tuiasosopo QB Washington
2001 Joey Harrington QB Oregon
2002 Jason Gesser QB Washington State
Carson Palmer QB USC
2003 Matt Leinart QB USC
2004 Matt Leinart (2) QB USC
Reggie Bush RB
2005 Reggie Bush (2) RB USC
2006 Marshawn Lynch RB California
2007 Dennis Dixon QB Oregon
2008 Jacquizz Rodgers RB Oregon State
2009 Toby Gerhart RB Stanford
2010 Andrew Luck QB Stanford
2011 Andrew Luck (2) QB Stanford [2]
2012 Marqise Lee WR USC [3]
2013 Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona [4]
2014 Marcus Mariota QB Oregon [5]
2015 Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford [6]
2016 Jake Browning QB Washington [7]
2017 Bryce Love RB Stanford [8]
2018 Gardner Minshew QB Washington State [9]
2019 Zack Moss RB Utah [10]
2020 Jarek Broussard RB Colorado [11]
2021 Drake London WR USC [12]
2022 Caleb Williams QB USC [13]
2023 Bo Nix QB Oregon [14]

Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year

From 1983 to 2003, this award was known simply as Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Year. In 2004, the award was renamed as Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year in honor of Arizona State's Pat Tillman.[15]

Season Player Pos. Team Ref.
1983 Ricky Hunley LB Arizona
Ron Rivera LB California
1984 Duane Bickett LB USC
1985 Mark Walen DT UCLA
1986 Byron Evans LB Arizona
1987 Chuck Cecil S Arizona
1988 Dana Wells NT Arizona
1989 Junior Seau LB USC
1990 Steve Emtman DT Washington
Darryll Lewis CB Arizona
1991 Steve Emtman (2) DT Washington
1992 Dave Hoffmann LB Washington
1993 Rob Waldrop NT Arizona
1994 Mark Fields LB Washington State
1995 Tedy Bruschi DE Arizona
1996 Jason Chorak LB Washington
1997 Pat Tillman LB Arizona State
1998 Chris Claiborne LB USC
1999 Deltha O'Neal CB California
2000 Adam Archuleta LB Arizona State
2001 Robert Thomas LB UCLA
2002 Terrell Suggs DE Arizona State
2003 Dave Ball DE UCLA
Award renamed
2004 Shaun Cody DT USC
Bill Swancutt DE Oregon State
2005 Haloti Ngata DT Oregon
Dale Robinson LB Arizona State
2006 Dante Hughes CB California
2007 Sedrick Ellis NT USC
2008 Rey Maualuga LB USC
2009 Brian Price DT UCLA
2010 Stephen Paea DT Oregon State
2011 Mychal Kendricks LB California [2]
2012 Will Sutton DE Arizona State [3]
2013 Will Sutton (2) DE Arizona State [4]
2014 Scooby Wright LB Arizona [5]
2015 DeForest Buckner DE Oregon [6]
2016 Adoree' Jackson CB USC [7]
2017 Vita Vea DT Washington [8]
2018 Ben Burr-Kirven LB Washington [9]
2019 Evan Weaver LB California [10]
2020 Talanoa Hufanga S USC [11]
2021 Devin Lloyd LB Utah [12]
2022 Tuli Tuipulotu DE USC [13]
2023 Laiatu Latu DE UCLA [14]

Freshman of the Year

Award started in 1999, it was replaced with separate offensive and defensive selections in 2009.

Season Player Pos. Team Ref.
1999 Kareem Kelly WR USC
2000 Terrell Suggs DE Arizona State
2001 Teyo Johnson WR Stanford
Reggie Williams WR Washington
2002 Mike Williams WR USC
2003 Brandon Browner CB Oregon State
2004 Zach Miller TE Arizona State
2005 Jeremy Perry G Oregon State
Mike Thomas WR Arizona
2006 Jairus Byrd CB Oregon
Taylor Mays S USC
Alterraun Verner CB UCLA
2007 Jake Locker QB Washington
2008 Jacquizz Rodgers RB Oregon State

Offensive Freshman of the Year

Season Player Pos. Team Ref.
2009 LaMichael James RB Oregon
2010 Robert Woods WR USC
2011 De'Anthony Thomas RB Oregon [2]
Marqise Lee WR USC
2012 Marcus Mariota QB Oregon [3]
2013 Myles Jack RB UCLA [4]
2014 Royce Freeman RB Oregon [5]
2015 Josh Rosen QB UCLA [6]
2016 Sam Darnold QB USC [7]
2017 J. J. Taylor RB Arizona [8]
Walker Little OT Stanford
2018 Jermar Jefferson RB Oregon State [9]
2019 Kedon Slovis QB USC [10]
2020 Ty Jordan RB Utah [11]
2021 Jayden de Laura QB Washington State [12]
2022 Damien Martinez RB Oregon State [13]
2023 Noah Fifita QB Arizona [14]

Defensive Freshman of the Year

Season Player Pos. Team Ref.
2009 Vontaze Burfict LB Arizona State
2010 Junior Onyeali DE Arizona State
2011 Dion Bailey LB USC [2]
2012 Leonard Williams DE USC [3]
2013 Myles Jack LB UCLA [4]
2014 Adoree' Jackson CB USC [5]
2015 Cameron Smith LB USC [6]
2016 Taylor Rapp S Washington [7]
2017 Colin Schooler LB Arizona [8]
2018 Merlin Robertson LB Arizona State [9]
2019 Kayvon Thibodeaux DE Oregon [10]
2020 Noah Sewell LB Oregon [11]
2021 Junior Tafuna DT Utah [12]
2022 Lander Barton LB Utah [13]
2023 Cade Uluave LB California [14]

Pop Warner Trophy

The Glenn "Pop" Warner Memorial Trophy was awarded annually by the Palo Club to the most valuable senior player on the West Coast. It was awarded from 1949 to 2004.[1]: 113 [16] [17] Notably, all but 5 recipients played for Pac-10 institutions. The award is distinguished from the unaffiliated W. J. Voit Memorial Trophy, presented annually from 1951 to 1978 to the top player on the Pacific Coast regardless of class-year.

Year Player School (#)
1949 Eddie LeBaron University of the Pacific (1)
1950 Russ Pomeroy Stanford (1)
1951 Ollie Matson University of San Francisco (1)
1952 Jim Sears USC (1)
1953 Bob Garrett Stanford (2)
1954 George Shaw Oregon (1)
1955 Bob Davenport UCLA (1)
1956 Jon Arnett USC (2)
1957 Joe Francis Oregon State (1)
1958 Joe Kapp California (1)
1959 Chris Burford Stanford (3)
1960 Billy Kilmer UCLA (2)
1961 Chon Gallegos San Jose State (1)
1962 Terry Baker Oregon State (2)
1963 Vern Burke Oregon State (3)
1964 Craig Morton California (2)
1965 Mike Garrett USC (3)
1966 Pete Pifer Oregon State (4)
1967 Gary Beban UCLA (3)
1968 O. J. Simpson USC (4)
1969 Don Parish Stanford (4)
1970 Jim Plunkett Stanford (5)
1971 Jeff Siemon Stanford (6)
1972 Mike Rae USC (5)
1973 Lynn Swann USC (6)
1974 Anthony Davis USC (7)
1975 Chuck Muncie California (3)
1976 Ricky Bell USC (8)
1977 Guy Benjamin Stanford (7)
1978 Jerry Robinson UCLA (4)
1979 Charles White USC (9)
1980 Ken Margerum Stanford (8)
1981 Marcus Allen USC (10)
1982 John Elway Stanford (9)
1983 Ron Rivera California (4)
1984 Jack Del Rio USC (11)
1985 Rueben Mayes Washington State (1)
1986 Dave Wyman Stanford (10)
1987 Mike Perez San Jose State (2)
1988 Rodney Peete USC (12)
1989 Tim Ryan USC (13)
1990 Greg Lewis Washington (1)
1991 Tommy Vardell Stanford (11)
1992 Glyn Milburn Stanford (12)
1993 Johnnie Morton USC (14)
1994 Steve Stenstrom Stanford (13)
1995 Keyshawn Johnson USC (15)
1996 Jake Plummer Arizona State (1)
1997 Skip Hicks UCLA (5)
1998 Cade McNown UCLA (6)
1999 Deltha O'Neal California (5)
2000 Marques Tuiasosopo Washington (2)
2001
2002 Carson Palmer USC (16)
2003 Dave Ball UCLA (7)
2004 J. J. Arrington California (6)

Morris Trophy

The Morris Trophy is awarded annually to the best offensive and defensive linemen in the conference, as selected by opposing players.[1]: 113 

Offense

Year Player School (#)
1980 Roy Foster USC (1)
1981 Roy Foster (2) USC (2)
1982 Bruce Matthews USC (3)
1983 Gary Zimmerman Oregon (1)
1984 Dan Lynch Washington State (1)
1985 Jeff Bregel USC (4)
1986 Danny Villa Arizona State (1)
1987 Randall McDaniel Arizona State (2)
1988 Joe Tofflemire Arizona (1)
1989 Bern Brostek Washington (1)
1990 Pat Harlow USC (5)
1991 Lincoln Kennedy Washington (2)
1992 Lincoln Kennedy (2) Washington (3)
1993 Todd Steussie California (1)
1994 Tony Boselli USC (6)
1995 Jonathan Ogden UCLA (1)
1996 Bob Sapp Washington (4)
1997 Olin Kreutz Washington (5)
1998 Yusuf Scott Arizona (2)
1999 Travis Claridge USC (7)
2000 Chad Ward Washington (6)
2001 Levi Jones Arizona State (3)
2002 Kwame Harris Stanford (1)
2003 Jacob Rogers USC (8)
2004 Adam Snyder Oregon (2)
2005 Ryan O'Callaghan California (2)
2006 Ryan Kalil USC (9)
2007 Alex Mack California (3)
2008 Alex Mack (2) California (4)
2009 Charles Brown USC (10)
2010 Tyron Smith USC (11)
2011 Matt Kalil USC (12)
2012 David Yankey Stanford (2)
2013 Xavier Su'a-Filo UCLA (2)
2014 Andrus Peat Stanford (3)
2015 Joshua Garnett Stanford (4)
2016 Isaac Asiata[18] Utah (1)
2017 Tyrell Crosby Oregon (3)
2018 Kaleb McGary[19] Washington (7)
2019 Penei Sewell[20] Oregon (4)
2020 Alijah Vera-Tucker USC (13)
2021 Nick Ford Utah (2)
2022 Andrew Vorhees USC (14)
2023 Troy Fautanu[21] Washington (8)

Defense

Year Player School (#)
1980 Vince Goldsmith Oregon (1)
1981 Fletcher Jenkins Washington (1)
1982 George Achica USC (1)
1983 Keith Millard Washington State (1)
1984 Ron Holmes Washington (2)
1985 Erik Howard Washington State (2)
1986 Reggie Rogers Washington (3)
1987 Dana Wells Arizona (1)
1988 Dana Wells (2) Arizona (2)
1989 Esera Tuaolo Oregon State (1)
1990 Steve Emtman Washington (4)
1991 Steve Emtman (2) Washington (5)
1992 Rob Waldrop Arizona (3)
1993 D'Marco Farr Washington (6)
1994 Chad Eaton Washington State (3)
1995 Tedy Bruschi Arizona (4)
1996 Darrell Russell USC (2)
1997 Jeremy Staat Arizona State (1)
1998 Inoke Breckterfield Oregon State (2)
1999 Willie Howard Stanford (1)
2000 Andre Carter California (1)
2001 Kenyon Coleman UCLA (1)
2002 Terrell Suggs Arizona State (2)
2003 Dave Ball UCLA (2)
2004 Bill Swancutt Oregon State (3)
2005 Haloti Ngata Oregon (2)
2006 Sedrick Ellis USC (3)
2007 Sedrick Ellis (2) USC (4)
2008 Nick Reed Oregon (3)
2009 Stephen Paea Oregon State (4)
2010 Stephen Paea (2) Oregon State (5)
2011 Star Lotulelei Utah (1)
2012 Will Sutton Arizona State (3)
2013 Will Sutton (2) Arizona State (4)
2014 Nate Orchard Utah (2)
2015 DeForest Buckner Oregon (4)
2016 Solomon Thomas[18] Stanford (2)
2017 Vita Vea Washington (7)
2018 Greg Gaines[19] Washington (8)
2019 Bradlee Anae[20] Utah (3)
2020 Kayvon Thibodeaux Oregon (5)
2021 Mika Tafua Utah (4)
2022 Tuli Tuipulotu USC (5)
2023 Laiatu Latu[21] UCLA (3)

Coach of the Year

The following coach were selected as coach of the year.[1]: 121 

Year Player School (#) Ref.
1975 Dick Vermeil UCLA (1) [1]: 121 
1976 John Robinson USC (1) [1]: 121 
1977 Bill Walsh Stanford (1) [1]: 121 
1978 John Robinson (2) USC (2) [1]: 121 
1979 Rich Brooks Oregon (1) [1]: 121 
1980 Don James Washington (1) [1]: 121 
1981 Jim Walden Washington State (1) [1]: 121 
1982 Joe Kapp California (1) [1]: 121 
1983 Jim Walden (2) Washington State (2) [1]: 121 
1984 Ted Tollner USC (3) [1]: 121 
1985 Terry Donahue UCLA (2) [1]: 121 
1986 John Cooper Arizona State (1) [1]: 121 
1987 Larry Smith USC (4) [1]: 121 
1988 Dennis Erickson Washington State (3) [1]: 121 
Larry Smith (2) USC (5) [1]: 121 
1989 Dave Kragthorpe Oregon State (1) [1]: 121 
1990 Don James (2) Washington (2) [1]: 121 
Bruce Snyder California (2) [1]: 121 
1991 Don James (3) Washington (3) [1]: 121 
1992 Dick Tomey Arizona (1) [1]: 121 
1993 Terry Donahue (2) UCLA (3) [1]: 121 
1994 Rich Brooks (2) Oregon (2) [1]: 121 
1995 Tyrone Willingham Stanford (2) [1]: 121 
1996 Bruce Snyder (2) Arizona State (2) [1]: 121 
1997 Mike Price Washington State (4) [1]: 121 
1998 Bob Toledo UCLA (4) [1]: 121 
1999 Tyrone Willingham (2) Stanford (3) [1]: 121 
2000 Dennis Erickson (2) Oregon State (2) [1]: 121 
2001 Mike Price (2) Washington State (5) [1]: 121 
2002 Jeff Tedford California (3) [1]: 121 
2003 Pete Carroll USC (6) [1]: 121 
Bill Doba Washington State (6) [1]: 121 
2004 Jeff Tedford (2) California (4) [1]: 121 
2005 Pete Carroll (2) USC (7) [1]: 121 
Karl Dorrell UCLA (5) [1]: 121 
2006 Pete Carroll (3) USC (8) [1]: 121 
2007 Dennis Erickson (3) Arizona State (3) [1]: 121 
2008 Mike Riley Oregon State (3) [1]: 121 
2009 Chip Kelly Oregon (3) [1]: 121 
2010 Chip Kelly (2) Oregon (4) [1]: 121 
2011 David Shaw Stanford (4) [1]: 121 
2012 David Shaw (2) Stanford (5) [1]: 121 
2013 Todd Graham Arizona State (4) [1]: 121 
2014 Rich Rodriguez Arizona (2) [1]: 121 
2015 David Shaw (3) Stanford (6) [6]
Mike Leach Washington State (7) [6]
2016 Mike MacIntyre Colorado (1) [22]
2017 David Shaw (4) Stanford (7) [8]
2018 Mike Leach (2) Washington State (8) [23]
2019 Kyle Whittingham (1) Utah (1) [10]
2020 Karl Dorrell (2) Colorado (2) [24]
2021 Kyle Whittingham (2) Utah (2) [25]
2022 Kalen DeBoer Washington (4) [26]
Jonathan Smith Oregon State (4) [26]
2023 Kalen DeBoer (2) Washington (5) [27]

All-Century Team

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the conference, an All-Century Team was unveiled on December 2, 2015, voted on by a panel of coaches, players, and the media.[28]

Elected to the College Football Hall of Fame

Offense

Pos. Player Team Tenure
John Elway Stanford 1979–1982
Marcus Mariota Oregon 2011–2014
Jim Plunkett Stanford 1968–1970
Andrew Luck Stanford 2008–2011
Matt Leinart USC 2001–2005
Marcus Allen USC 1978–1981
O. J. Simpson USC 1967–1968
Charles White USC 1976–1979
Reggie Bush USC 2003–2005
Mike Garrett USC 1963–1965
Keyshawn Johnson USC 1994–1995
Lynn Swann USC 1970–1973
Marqise Lee USC 2011–2013
J. J. Stokes UCLA 1991–1994
Ken Margerum Stanford 1977–1980
Tony Gonzalez California 1994–1996
Charle Young USC 1970–1972
Jonathan Ogden UCLA 1992–1995
Ron Yary USC 1965–1967
Tony Boselli USC 1991–1994
Anthony Muñoz USC 1976–1979
Lincoln Kennedy Washington 1989–1992
Brad Budde USC 1976–1979
Randall McDaniel Arizona State 1984–1987

Defense

Pos. Player Team Tenure
Tedy Bruschi Arizona 1991–1995
Terrell Suggs Arizona State 2000–2002
Willie McGinest USC 1990–1993
Andre Carter California 1997–2000
Jim Jeffcoat Arizona State 1979–1982
Steve Emtman Washington 1989–1991
Haloti Ngata Oregon 2002–2005
Rob Waldrop Arizona 1990–1993
Leonard Williams USC 2012–2014
Ed White California 1966–1968
Junior Seau USC 1987–1989
Jerry Robinson UCLA 1975–1978
Ricky Hunley Arizona 1980–1983
Richard Wood USC 1972–1974
Chris Claiborne USC 1996–1998
Joey Browner USC 1979–1982
Mel Renfro Oregon 1961–1963
Chris McAlister Arizona 1996–1998
Antoine Cason Arizona 2004–2007
S
Ronnie Lott USC 1977–1980
Kenny Easley UCLA 1977–1980
Troy Polamalu USC 1999–2002
Mark Carrier USC 1987–1989

Special teams and coach

Pos. Player Team Tenure
Jason Hanson Washington State 1988–1991
P
Tom Hackett Utah 2012–2015
Reggie Bush USC 2003–2005
John McKay USC 1960–1975

Note: Bold denotes offensive, defensive and coach of the Century selections. The voting panel was made up of 119 former players, coaches and media.[29]

See also

References

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