NFL star Mike Utley's rise from the ashes

[post_page_title]Walter Camp[/post_page_title]
Utley’s impact on the world of college football has long since been appreciated, both by commentators, athletes, and fans. One way in which he was acknowledged was through The Walter Camp Award, in 2006. “The father of American football,” Camp improved upon the game by adding new rules to it, and writing essays on the sport from different perspectives. A student, football player and later coach at Yale University, The Walter Camp Award was established to celebrate those who have taken college football even further – people like Mike Utley. In 2006, Utley received the award for his time as a college player, as well as for his work promoting awareness of spinal injuries common to the sport.

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