August 19, 2013 - 9:00am
Going into the college football season, several area athletes are on watch lists for a number of prestigious awards.
Louisville’s Paul Hornung Award, which looks to award the most versatile player in college football, as announced their annual “watch list.”
January 14, 2013 - 10:00am
The Louisville Sports Commission has announced the 2012 winner of the prestigious Paul Hornung Award- an honor meant to celebrate the most versatile athlete in major college football.
The Louisville Sports Commission’s Paul Hornung Award winner for 2012 has been announced after narrowing a field of many down to four and finally one- West Virginia’s Tavon Austin was announced this year’s recipient last Thursday officially.An award based on versatility, all...
December 17, 2012 - 10:05am
The Paul Hornung Award has announced its four finalists. The Louisville based award is currently seeking fan votes online.
The Louisville Sports Commission’s Paul Hornung Award has officially announced its finalists. The award, has been taken down from a pool of hundreds to four; in honor of Hornung himself the LSC looks to find the most versatile athlete in college football annually with this honor.The selection...
October 15, 2012 - 2:10pm
What's the old line? You can't stop him. You can only hope to contain him.
Louisville Cardinal big threat running back Senorise Perry has been selected as the Big East Offensive Player of the Week. His four touchdown explosion Saturday against Pittsburgh lead to the honor. The Cards won that game 45-35.The junior is the first Cardinal to score four touchdowns in a game...
September 18, 2012 - 9:00am
The Louisville Sports Commission has announced the winner of it's Howard Schnellenberger Award and has announced the new watch list of athletes for the Paul Hornung Award.
Bridgewater Receives Howard Schnellenberger AwardWell, University of Louisville football fans have another reason to celebrate, after the team’s star quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater has won the Howard Schnellenberger Award.Named after former University of Kentucky hall of fame tight end, and...