The CFL always has a coach of the year award, I wonder if they'll ever consider handing out coordinator of the year awards? Coaching has become more specialized over the years, and in many (not all) cases your coordinators are actually more important than your head coach.
Were there to be such an award, who would win for 2010?
From the east, for O/C, I suppose it'd be Milanovich. Granted, Trestman has a lot of input to that particular offence, and is probably more responsible for the offensive success of the Als than is Milanovich, but I can't see any of Gibson, Elizondo, or Barressi getting serious consideration.
For eastern D/C, Burke did a really terrific job in the Grey Cup, but during the season not so much; mind you Marshall, Garber, and Reed didn't do appreciably better.
In the west, O/C of the year would probably be Doug Berry. . . he developed Darian Durant into a 5,000 plus yards passer.
For western D/C, that I think would be Gary Etcheverry hands down. Granted, if all the rumours about Richie Hall turn out to be true, he's about to lose his job, but when you consider that the Riders lost Baggs, Chick, and Eddie Davis all in the same year, the fact that Etcheverry still had that defense playing really well, and well enough to hold Montreal to only 3 TDs in the Grey Cup, the guy did a bang-up job.
Those are my thoughts, anyway. . . for what it's worth (which, admittedly, isn't a whole heck of a lot. . . ).