Thursday, November 27, 2008

Gerald wins Nason Award

Yale senior cornerback Casey Gerald was named the winner of the Jerry Nason Award from the New England Football Writers Association for senior achievement.

Gerald will receive the award at a banquet in Wilmington, Mass. on Dec. 11.
Gerald is also in the running for the Draddy Trophy or "academic Heisman" and had been asked to speak on behalf of the 15 candidates at the Dec. 9 National Football Foundation dinner in New York.

Gerald, the first Bulldog to win the Nason Award since John Saunders in 1993, started Yale's last 30 games at cornerback and finished his career with 61 solo tackles and one interception.


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