BYU Football: Help Johnny Harline Help Others

Brett RichinsSenior Analyst IDecember 1, 2010

LAS VEGAS - DECEMBER 21:  Brigham Young University Cougars tight end Jonny Harline #13 runs in for a touchdown ahead of Oregon Ducks free safety J.D. Nelson #28 in the second quarter of the Pioneer PureVision Las Vegas Bowl at Sam Boyd Stadium December 21, 2006 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Harline is still open

Harline is still open (BYU Photo)

Former BYU All-American tight end Jonny Harline is looking to assist some unfortunate families this Christmas season, and BYU football fans can help out.

Harline is conducting a drawing for the helmet, jersey and cleats that he wore when he caught the winning pass, popularly known as the “Answered Prayer”, in the 2006 victory over the University of Utah.

The proceeds of the drawing will go to help families in need.

Fans can participate by going to Harline’s website and making a donation to be entered into a drawing that will take place over the next three Saturdays.

“I felt this would be a great chance for any fan to get their hands on a legitimate piece of BYU football history, while helping a good cause,” says Harline on his website. “We will film each of the drawings which will be held on December 4, December 11, and December 18.  We start with the cleats, then jersey, then helmet,”

A donation of $10 will enter a participant’s name on one ticket into the drawing.  After the initial $10 donation, every $5 will result in an additional ticket entered into the drawing . For example, a $15 donation results in 2 tickets, $20 results in 3 tickets and so on.  The more a person donates, the better chance they have to win.

For more information or to help out with this great cause please visit Jonny’s website: