Found December 07, 2012 on No Coast Bias :
Notre Dame’s associate head coach and defensive coordinator Bob Diaco won the Frank Broyles Award on Tuesday of this week. The photo of him receiving his award last night, however, was actually that of Notre Dame Football Media Relations director, Brian Hardin. This error quickly went viral on twitter with the Notre Dame masses hoping The post ESPN’s Frank Broyles Award Winner Mishap appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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