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Stanzi, Klug highlight football awards

BY JORDAN GARRETSON | DECEMBER 13, 2010 7:10 AM

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Seniors Ricky Stanzi (quarterback) and Karl Klug (defensive lineman) were named co-winners of the Iowa football team's Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player Award at the team's awards banquet on Dec. 11, according UI Sports Information.

Klug and Stanzi were also co-winners of the Hayden Fry "Extra Heartbeat" award, sharing the honor with senior defensive lineman Adrian Clayborn. The award is given "to a player who gives that little bit extra at all times."

Klug also took home the Iron Hawk Award, which is presented to a player "who has given his all every play, for the entire season, and has represented his team and school in an exemplary fashion."

Offensive lineman Josh Koeppel took home the offensive Next Man In Award, and freshman linebacker James Morris was honored on defense. Kicker Mike Meyer and linebacker Ross Petersen shared the honor for special teams.

Garnering the Forest Evashevski Scholastic Achievement Award were seniors Jeff Tarpinian, Julian Vandervelde, and Josh Koeppel.


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