Myron Rolle Wins Male Athlete of the Year Award

Chris WhitmoreCorrespondent IDecember 9, 2008

The Touchdown Club of Columbus has named FSU junior safety Myron Rolle their 2008 Male Athlete of the Year. 

The Club stated Rolle personified the "Student Athlete" title in 2008 by winning the Rhodes Scholarship, earning second team All-ACC honors, and being second on FSU in tackles for the season.

The Touchdown Club of Columbus previously awarded Rolle in 2005 as the National High School Football Player of the Year.

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