Michigan’s Juwan Howard has been named AP College Coach of the Year in just his second season on the sidelines.
Howard – a member of Michigan’s ‘Fab Five’ in the 90’s – led the Wolverines to a #1 seed and a spot in the Elite Eight. He’s won 19 regular season games in each of his two seasons in Ann Arbor.
Howard took 35 of 63 votes for Coach of the Year. Gonzaga’s Mark Few was second with 16 votes, followed by Baylor’s Scott Drew and Alabama’s Nate Oats.
Is Howard the most deserving choice for Coach of the Year? How many national titles will he win with Michigan?