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Cast your ESPY vote: Best Coach/Manager  

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Bill Belichick, New England Patriots winner
Credentials: Led Patriots to third Super Bowl win in four years, and registered 21 straight wins, including an NFL-record 18 straight regular-season victories, dating back to the 2003 season.

Past ESPYs: None

Pete Carroll, USC Football
Credentials: Led the Trojans to back-to-back national championships.

Past ESPYs: None

Terry Francona, Boston Red Sox
Credentials: Led team to its first World Series title since 1918. Became the first team in baseball history to trail 0-3 and win a best-of-seven series by beating the Yankees in the ALCS. Won eight straight games, including sweeping the Cardinals for the title.

Past ESPYs: None

Gregg Popovich
Credentials: Led the Spurs to the NBA championship with a win in Game 7.

Past ESPYs: None

Roy Williams, UNC Men's Basketball
Credentials: Won the first national championship of his career in his second year behind the Tar Heels' bench.

Past ESPYs: None

past winners
'04 Larry Brown, Detroit Pistons

'03 Jon Gruden, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

'02 Phil Jackson, Los Angeles Lakers

'01 Joe Torre, New York Yankees

'00 Joe Torre, New York Yankees

'99 Joe Torre, New York Yankees

'98 Jim Leyland, Florida Marlins

'97 Joe Torre, New York Yankees

'96 Gary Barnett, Northwestern

'95 George Seifert, San Francisco 49ers

'94 Jimmy Johnson, Dallas Cowboys

'93 Jimmy Johnson, Dallas Cowboys

The 2005 ESPY winners will be announced during the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles on July 13. The ESPYs will be televised on ESPN and ESPN Deportes on July 17 at 9 p.m. ET, preceded by the ESPY Red Carpet Special on ESPN2 at 8 p.m. ET.

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