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Alabama OC Tommy Rees named a semi-finalist for Broyles Award

Alabama offensive coordinator Tommy Rees directs players
Mandatory Credit: Gary Cosby-USA TODAY Sports

Alabama offensive coordinator Tommy Rees was one of 15 semi-finalists announced by the Broyles Award on Monday.

The Broyles Award is presented annually to the top assistant coach in College Football which first began back in 1996.

The most recent Alabama assistant to take home the award was former Crimson Tide offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian who won back in 2020.

In his first year on the job, Rees has worked to transform the Alabama offense throughout the season and has the unit nationally ranked No. 16 in scoring offense, No. 10 in passing, No. 42 in rushing offense and No. 45 in total offense.

Judging by where the offense began at the start of the season, Rees has issued improvements across the board and has Alabama’s offense playing its best football at the right time of the season.

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