Lou Groza Award
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Lou Groza Award
Lou Groza Award
The Lou Groza Award logo
Given forthe top college football placekicker in the United States
LocationPalm Beach County, Florida
CountryUnited States
Presented byPalm Beach County Sports Commission
First award1992
Most recentRodrigo Blankenship, Georgia (2019)

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. It has been presented since 1992, with Joe Allison of Memphis receiving the inaugural award. The incumbent award holder is Rodrigo Blankenship of Georgia. The award is part of the National College Football Awards Association coalition.


2015 winner Ka'imi Fairbairn of UCLA


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