Michigan’s Garrett Moores is looking to win one of college football’s most prestigious awards for the second year in a row.
Moores won the Holder of the Year Award last year and gave an incredibly moving acceptance speech.
— Garrett Moores (@gmoores11) December 9, 2016
He is taking the idea of going back to back very seriously, even if coach Jim Harbaugh doesn’t acknowledge the award among Michigan’s greats.
— Garrett Moores (@gmoores11) July 20, 2017
The award, now in its third year of existence, was created by Minnesota’s Peter Mortell in 2015. Hilariously, he awarded to himself and it’s taken off from there.
"Your hands are too slow" they said.
"Your cadence has no rhythm" they said. This one's for the state of Minnesota. pic.twitter.com/HkgGRK0aL1
— Peter Mortell (@PMortell1) December 1, 2015
Moores has a lot of competition in 2017. Just look at the array of talent on the watch list:
Not a single botched snap will go unnoticed.
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