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Kellen Moore Ends Day 2 of East Coast Swing at ESPN Football Awards Show

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Kellen Moore ended day two of his swing to the east coast on Thursday (Dec. 9) night at the ESPN College Football Awards Show at Disney World in Florida.

Kellen joined the finalists up for the top individual awards in college football at the Atlantic Dance Hall. Kellen was up for two awards during the two-hour awards show on ESPN, the Davey O'Brien Award for the most outstanding quarterback and the Maxwell Award for the most outstanding player in college football. Auburn's Cam Newton came away with both awards.

Kellen started the day doing a chat on ESPN.com, followed by a roundtable discussion about college football with Oregon's LaMichael James and Stanford's Andrew Luck, and ESPN's Rob Stone. Cam Newton then joined the group for a one and one-half hour video shoot, which took them to an ice cream shop, a hulu-hoop contest on a beach in the park and a basketball-shooting contest at the ESPN Club.

The finalists had a few free hours in the afternoon to enjoy the park before it was back to the Atlantic Dance Hall for a red carpet entrance followed by the show.

Bronco head coach Chris Petersen and Boise State Director of Athletics Gene Bleymaier both flew into Orlando on Thursday to join Kellen for the awards show, which was highlighted with a special award to ESPN's Lee Corso for his many contributions to college football.

Friday will bring an early wake up call for a trip to New York City and two days of activities surrounding the 2010 Heisman Trophy presentation on Saturday night.