Next February, CBS will be the home of Super Bowl 50: The Golden Super Bowl. And as a part of the countdown to the big game, the network and the NFL have been working together on a year-long campaign, called "The Golden Football: Super Bowl High School Honor Roll" in an effort to recognize the communities and schools that produced Super Bowl players.
One of those players will be honored at Southmoore High School on Thursday.
Corey Ivy played defensive back for the Super Bowl 37 champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But before then he was an Oklahoma Sooner and a Moore High School Lion. Ivy graduated from MHS in 1995.
News 9 was there as Ivy received a commemorative golden football from a current Moore High School football player! The official induction ceremony will be held at 5 p.m.