TEMPE, Ariz. - Arizona State University running back Marion Grice has earned his fourth Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll selection after he recorded 219 all-purpose yards in the Sun Devils’ 20-19 road win over Utah. Grice rushed for 136 yards on 20 attempts, including a season-long 38-yard rush on the game-deciding drive, and added four catches for 20 yards and had two kick returns for 63 yards.
The Hornung Award Honor Roll is given weekly to the nation’s most outstanding all-purpose player and Grice is the only student-athlete in the nation to be recognized four times this season.
Grice’s Honor Roll Weeks
Week 11 at Utah
Week 8 vs. Washington
Week 5 vs. USC
Week 3 vs. Wisconsin
Grice has now recorded 100+ all-purpose yards in 11 consecutive games. That stands as the nation’s fourth-longest current active streak of games.
He collected 77 rushing yards in the fourth quarter on four carries, all for a first down, to help the Devils score a pair of touchdowns and erase a 12-point deficit.
He now has 1,517 all-purpose yards this season, including 783 rushing, 353 receiving and 381 kick return, and is averaging 168.5 this season.
The Paul Hornung Award, presented by Texas Roadhouse, is awarded annually to the most versatile player in major college football. The winner and his family will be honored Jan. 28, 2014, at a banquet presented by KentuckyOne Health at the Galt House Hotel in downtown Louisville.
Fans can participate in the selection process by voting online as often as once a day for their favorite player on the Paul Hornung Award Watch List at votepaulhornung.com. Fan voting, powered by Texas Roadhouse, makes up the 17th vote for the Hornung Award; a national selection committee comprised of 16 sports journalists and former NFL stars will select the winner in early December.