University of Maine Coach Jack Cosgrove finished third in voting for the Eddie Robinson Award, presented to the coach of the year in the Football Championship Series (formerly Div. 1-AA), while freshman linebacker Christophe Mulumba placed sixth in voting for the Jerry Rice FCS Rookie of the Year voting, The Sports Network announced Monday.

Cosgrove received 18 first-place votes and 260 total in his third-place finish. Cosgrove, in his 21st year at Maine, was earlier honored as the Colonial Athletic Association Coach of the Year the 2013 American Football Coaches Association FCS Region 1 Co-Coach of the Year and the New England Football Writers’ Association Jack Grinold New England Coach of the Year.

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Craig Bohl of North Dakota State won the Robinson Award for the second straight year.

Mulumba, who received four first-place votes and 119 total, represented the CAA as its defensive rookie of the year and also received FCS All-New England first team honors in his first year of competition with the Black Bears. Mulumba, an All-CAA first team selection, finished the season with a team-high 118 tackles, which was fifth most in the league. Mulumba recorded a two interceptions, four tackles for loss, 1.5 sack, and a fumble recovery. In Maine’s win at Albany, Mulumba recorded 19 tackles which was the single-game, league-high performance.

Eastern Washington wide receiver Cooper Kupp won the award.

Each award was voted on by a national panel of 147 sports information and media relations directors, broadcasters, writers and others.