Feb. 2, 2014
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Former Vols star quarterback Andy Kelly, who currently works with the Vol Network, will be inducted into the Greater Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame on March 3.
He will a part of 18 inductees including Tennessee softball co-head coaches Ralph and Karen Weekly.
Kelly went from starting at quarterback at Rhea County High School as a ninth-grader to all-state status and then a record-setting career at the University of Tennessee, and he then became the most accomplished passer in the history of the Arena Football League.
On March 3 he will be going into the Greater Chattanooga Sports Hall of Fame in a group of 18 inductees that includes eight former athletes and coaches, past or present, at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Kelly was a Rhea County all-state and Gatorade All-America quarterback who broke many passing records at the University of Tennessee, where he was a three-year starter who led the Vols to two SEC titles and was the MVP of the 1991 Sugar Bowl ... Professionally, he played two years in the World Football League for Rhein Fire and 15 years in the Arena Football League ... Kelly set many records in the Arena League, including passing yards, pass completions and TDs ... He was nominated for the Arena League Hall of Fame in 2013.
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