Aeneas Williams honored by Southern at homecoming
BATON ROUGE - What a year it's been for Aeneas Williams.
In August, the former safety for the St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals was inducted into the NFL hall of fame. Then on Saturday, he was honored by his alma mater, Southern, at homecoming.
The school, celebrating it's 100th year in Baton Rouge, holding a presentation at halftime for Williams. The Southern board of directors presenting the New Orleans native with a proclamation. Baton Rouge Mayor Kip Holden giving Williams a key to the city and declaring October 4th, 2014 "Aeneas Williams Day." Also, Williams fraternity Kappa Alpha Psi administering a plaque to him as well.
The biggest crowd in Mumford Stadium this year giving Williams a nice standing ovation throughout the presentation.
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