By Rex Nelson
It has been quite a year for Cliff Harris, especially when you consider that he last played football during the 1979 season.
The old Des Arc Eagle, Ouachita Tiger and Dallas Cowboy has been back in the news in a big way, and you can thank Little Rock’s David Bazzel for much of that.
Bazzel – the idea man who came up with the Golden Boot for the Arkansas-LSU football game, the Frank Broyles Award and the Little Rock Touchdown Club – wanted a national football award to be presented at the Touchdown Club’s annual postseason banquet.
Since it was founded in 2004, the Little Rock Touchdown Club has presented player and coach of the year awards in each high school classification. It also has given a most valuable player award for each college program in the state.
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