Kudos to former Utah State standout Bobby Wagner, who received the Distinguished American Award at the Utah Chapter of the National Football Foundation's annual banquet this week.
Wagner was a 4-year starter at USU and led the WAC in tackles for three seasons.
Selected as the 47th overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft, Wagner helped Seattle beat Denver 43-8 in the Super Bowl in his second year.
You can read more about Wagner and the award on the school site.
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