Lou Groza Award

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Lou Groza Award
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The Lou Groza Award logo
Awarded for the top college football placekicker in the United States
Location Palm Beach County, Florida
Country United States
Presented by Palm Beach County Sports Commission
First awarded 1992
Currently held by Roberto Aguayo, Florida State
Official website http://www.lougrozaaward.com

The Lou Groza Award is presented annually to the top college football placekicker in the United States by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission. The award is named after former Ohio State Buckeyes and Cleveland Browns player Lou Groza.

Winners[edit]

Year Winner School
1992 Joe Allison Memphis
1993 Judd Davis Florida
1994 Steve McLaughlin Arizona
1995 Michael Reeder TCU
1996 Marc Primanti North Carolina State
1997 Martín Gramática Kansas State
1998 Sebastian Janikowski Florida State
1999 Sebastian Janikowski Florida State
2000 Jonathan Ruffin Cincinnati
2001 Seth Marler Tulane
2002 Nate Kaeding Iowa
2003 Jonathan Nichols Ole Miss
2004 Mike Nugent Ohio State
2005 Alexis Serna Oregon State
2006 Art Carmody Louisville
2007 Thomas Weber Arizona State
2008 Graham Gano Florida State
2009 Kai Forbath UCLA
2010 Dan Bailey Oklahoma State
2011 Randy Bullock Texas A&M
2012 Cairo Santos Tulane
2013 Roberto Aguayo Florida State

Trophies won by school[edit]

School Winners
Florida State 4
Tulane 2
Arizona 1
Arizona State 1
Cincinnati 1
Florida 1
Iowa 1
Kansas State 1
Louisville 1
Memphis 1
North Carolina State 1
Ohio State 1
Oklahoma State 1
Ole Miss 1
Oregon State 1
TCU 1
Texas A&M 1
UCLA 1

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