|This is Evan Landi. We hope we spelled that right. (USATSI)|
Earlier this week our own Jerry Hinnen wrote about South Florida misspelling the word "offense" on an award it gave to senior punter Justin Brockhaus-Kann. To add insult to bad spelling, the school also misspelled Brockhaus-Kann's name on the award.
Well, there's good news for Brockhaus-Kann, and it's not just that the school is going to replace the award with a new one. It's that Brockhaus-Kann is not alone. Tight end Evan Landi received the Lee Roy Selmon Award from the school this week, and let's see if you can find the error in this photo that Landi tweeted.
Yes, that's right, in an award given to the player who exhibits “the greatest courage perserverance and determination in pursuit of team goals," South Florida misspelled "perseverance."
If only there were an award for a school that displays perseverance and determination in the pursuit of bad spelling. Sowth Floorida would have it wrapped up.
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