Oklahoma State starting quarterback Mason Rudolph was named the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award winner just more than a week ago.
The trophy has now made its way into the Cowboys star’s hands.
Rudolph received the award in a ceremony hosted in Baltimore, Md. on Friday night. Former Baltimore Colts center Bill Curry was in attendance to honor Rudolph for his achievements.
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It wasn’t the only trophy Rudolph got to put his hands on during the evening. The Vince Lombardi Trophy from the Colts’ 1970 Super Bowl title was on display during the ceremony.
Hopefully, that won’t be the last time that Rudolph gets to hold the hardware handed annually to the NFL’s champion.
The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award has been given annually since 1987 to the college senior or fourth-year junior quarterback that best demonstrates excellence on the field in addition to displaying character, citizenship, scholastic achievement, and leadership qualities.
Rudolph will take the field in an Oklahoma State uniform one more time when the Cowboys face Virginia Tech in the Camping World Bowl. The game will be played on Dec. 28 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.
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