XOS Digital To Live Stream National Football Foundation Annual Awards Dinner

The National Football Foundation (NFF) and XOS Digital jointly announced that XOS Digital will digitally broadcast two main events live during the 55th NFF Annual Awards Dinner, which takes place Dec. 4 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City. The live stream can be viewed on the NFF site, www.footballfoundation.org.

Viewers can watch the morning press conference, starting at 9 a.m. ET., and at 8:00 p.m. ET, they can view the entire ceremony, which includes the induction of the College Football Hall of Fame Class, the NFF National Scholar-Athlete Awards presented by Fidelity Investments, the announcement of the winner of the 23rd William V. Campbell Trophy, endowed by HealthSouth, and the bestowing of the NFF Major Awards.

Additionally, the events can be found live on the Official NFF mobile and tablet applications. The apps can be downloaded by searching “National Football Foundation” in the iTunes App Store or Android Market.

55th NFF Annual Awards Dinner Timeline:

(All Times Eastern and Approximate)

·         8:00 p.m. – Welcome by ESPN studio host and NFF Dinner Emcee Rece Davis

·         8:02 p.m. – Presentation of the Legacy Awards to Eric Long, Burke Magnus and Craig Silver

·         8:05 p.m. – Introduction of the college coaches in attendance

·         8:10 p.m. – Chris Schenkel Award presented posthumously to the late Bob Barry, Sr.

·         8:14 p.m. – John L. Toner Award presented to Mal Moore

·         8:27 p.m. – The NFF National Scholar-Athlete Awards, presented by Fidelity Investments

·         8:58 p.m. – The 23rd William V. Campbell Trophy, endowed by HealthSouth

·         9:05 p.m. – The Distinguished American Award presented to George Bodenheimer

·         9:09 p.m. – The NFF Gold Medal presented to Roscoe C. Brown, Jr.

·         9:15 p.m. – The 2012 College Football Hall of Fame Class

·         9:50 p.m. – Hall of Fame Ring Ceremony

·         9:55 p.m. – Closing Remarks and God Bless America

Nationally acclaimed ESPN studio host Rece Davis will emcee the dinner ceremony while longtime Texas sports information director Bill Little will moderate the morning press conference.