Marv Levy is an NFL legend. The former Buffalo Bills head coach led the team to four straight Super Bowls in the 1990's. And while they didn't win one, the feat remains unmatched. Levy was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2001. This month, Coe College will also honor Levy, with the school's highest award.

Coe will award the Founder's Award to Levy at a ceremony on April 22nd. The school will also be dedicating 'Marv Levy Way' at the corner of College Drive and D Ave.

Levy lettered in football and basketball while at Coe. He also began his coaching career at the school. He worked in several NFL assistant coaching positions before being named the head coach in Buffalo in 1987.

Levy will become the seventh person awarded the Founder's Award in the school's history.

 

[via Coe.edu]