Week Seven Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll

Week Seven Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll

Even though he appeared lost for the game, Oregon's senior wide receiver Josh Huff returned to the game and on Monday was honored by being named to the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll for Week Seven of the 2013 football season as announced by the Louisville Sports Commission.

Josh Huff had 107 yards of receiving including a 65-yard touchdown reception in Oregon's 45-24 win over Washington on Saturday.

Huff also had 103 yards of kickoff return yardage including a 57-yard return.

The incredible part of this honor is that Huff was taken off the field in the first half of play in the Washington game, but was able to return to action and be on the receiving end of the 65-yard scoring pass play.

Paul Hornung Award presented by Texas Roadhouse was created by the Louisville Sports Commission in 2010, the Paul Hornung Award presented by Texas Roadhouse is given annually to the most versatile player in major college football. The Award is designed to promote college football and help preserve the legacy of one of Kentucky's best-known and accomplished athletes who has always called Louisville home.

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