- Player of the Year

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Player of the Year The following are the conference's various Player of the Year award recipients.:120 In 2004 the Defensive Player of the Year award was renamed the Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year. Player of the Year 120 Defensive Player of the Year Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year

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Data row number Year POY/Offensive POY Pos School Pat Tillman Defensive POY FOY/Offensive FOY Defensive FOY

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