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Iannotti named to college football honor society

By Ted Ward, @TedWard_DE

Former Saluki football quarterback Mark Iannotti has been announced as a member of the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Honor Society.

Iannotti was selected to a group of 868 players from 275 schools from all divisions of football.

To qualify, a player must start or be a significant contributor in his last year of eligibility at a university ranging from the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision to a National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics college or university.

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A player must achieve a 3.2 cumulative grade point average throughout his entire course of undergraduate study and meet all requirements to obtain a degree.

Iannotti graduated from SIU with a degree in marketing and achieved a 3.824 GPA while leading the nation in total offense for 2015.

The quarterback was invited to a Chicago Bears workout earlier this month.

Ted Ward can be reached at [email protected] or 618-534-3303

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