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Ty Law announced as 2011 Big 33 Classic honorary chairman

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NFL star and Aliquippa grad is 1992 Big 33 alum

HARRISBURG, PA – The Big 33 Organization is proud to announce Ty Law as the 2011 Honorary Chairman of the PNC Big 33 Classic this June. Law, a 1992 Big 33 alumni, helped Pennsylvania to a 38-0 win over Maryland.

Ty Law is a three time Super Bowl Champion (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX), a five time Pro Bowl selection, and a Pro Bowl MVP. After being drafted in the first round of the 1995 draft by New England, Law played for 9 seasons for the Patriots. A two time All-Pro, Law was named to the NFL 2000’s All-Decade team. At the end of the 2009 season Law had caught 53 interceptions in his NFL career

Law earned All-American honors at Michigan while helping the team to a win over Washington in the 1993 Rose Bowl. As a three year starter for the Wolverines from 1992-94, Law was selected to the All Big Ten first team in 1993 and 1994.

Any questions or for more information, please contact Dave Trimbur, Executive Director Big 33 Scholarship Foundation Inc.

The Big 33’s mission is to raise funds for academic scholarships and charitable activities while producing the premier high school all-star football game in the United States.

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