Defensive coaching wizard Bud Carson wins PFWA award
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NEW YORK — Innovative defensive coach Bud Carson, the
Carson, who died in 2005, entered the NFL as the defensive backs coach in Pittsburgh in 1972, and he was the Steelers' defensive
Carson also was the head coach at Georgia Tech and for the Cleveland Browns. He also was a
The Dr. Z Award, named after sports writer Paul Zimmerman of Sports Illustrated, has been given out since 2014 to top assistant coaches.
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