* Home Depot and the NFL are naming their Neighborhood MVP of the Year, and former Seminole great and Atlanta Falcon Warrick Dunn is in the running. FSU fans and alumni can help him win the title by voting through Warrick Dunn Foundation's home page. The award recognizes NFL players who are making a positive impact in their communities through charitable programs and contributions. It also directs attention to their alma maters.The winner will be determined by a combination of online fan support and a panel of judges. The program will reward winners with a football field refurbishment or a playground built in their honor and a donation to the charity of their choice.
Voting is not limited and will remain open through the end of the year, so friends and fans can vote as often as possible. Please forward this link in an effort to help Warrick Dunn win and help his Foundation continue its work to support single-parent families.
* Florida State President T.K. Wetherell now says that the bowl eligibility of some FSU football players could be affected by the academic misconduct case that has already involved 23 student-athletes. The issue which is currently being investigated by the NCAA is whether student-athletes received help from a tutor employed by the university. And what cannot be seen as good news, NCAA enforcement members were on the FSU campus this week.
Thursday, December 06, 2007
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