GMC Professional Grade Play ESPY Award
The GMC Professional Grade Play ESPY Award has been conferred annually since 2006 on the play in a single regular season or playoff game contested professionally under the auspices of one of the four major North American leagues or collegiately under the auspices of the National Collegiate Athletic Association adjudged to be the most remarkable, interesting, or professional in a given calendar year; the award is understood as presented to the player most involved in or responsible for such play. The award is one of two corporate-sponsored ESPYs; the titular sponsor designates criteria for selection consistent with its advertising campaigns.
Balloting for the award is conducted over the Internet by fans from amongst between three and five choices selected by the ESPN Select Nominating Committee. The ESPY Awards ceremony is conducted in June and awards conferred reflect performance and achievement over the twelve months preceding presentation.
|Year of award||Date(s)||Game or event||Venue||Competition, governing body, or league||Competing teams||Sport||Play|
|2006||1 January 2006||Gillette Stadium
Foxborough, Massachusetts, United States
|2005 regular season game||National Football League (NFL)||New England Patriots
||American football||In the final game of his 21-season professional career, Patriots quarterback Doug Flutie completes a drop kick to convert a point after touchdown|
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