Football - Wed, May. 23, 2012
Georgetown College alum Bruce McNorton, was recently
honored by the NAACP for his community service in Miami, FLA. McNorton, who
played football at Georgetown, was among the nation's leaders in kickoff
returns during his Orange & Black days and had 17 career interceptions -
second most all-time. He was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame in the 2000
Following his Tiger days, McNorton played 10 seasons in
the NFL, helping the Detriot Lions to a division title in 1983. He had 20
interceptions for the Lions, returning them for 111 yards. In 1983, he led the
Lions and was tied for most interceptions in the league with seven.
Click here to read more about his recent service award.