The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award is presented annually to the nation's top senior collegiate quarterback by the Frank Camp Chapter of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Educational Foundation.
Navarre joins J.P. Losman (Tulane), Eli Manning (Mississippi), Philip Rivers (North Carolina State), Matt Schaub (Virginia), B.J. Symons (Texas Tech) and Jason White (Oklahoma) on the prestigious list of finalists.
Navarre owns six Michigan career passing records and seven season marks, not including the season and career total offense records. He holds three of the top six passing yardage games in Wolverine history and has thrown for more than 200 yards a school-record 23 times during his career.
Navarre ranks among the top seven in conference history in all four career passing categories and needs 31 passing yards against Purdue Saturday (Oct. 25) to become the sixth signal-caller in Big Ten history to throw for 8,000 career yards.
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Navarre Finalist For 2003 Golden Arm Award
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