Thanks to Stafford’s $1 million donation, Detroit rec center reopens

Stafford's gift to Detroit will benefit the children of the city for years to come.

Leon Halip

Matt Stafford was honored Tuesday as the S.A.Y. Detroit Play Center was able to reopened thanks in large part to the massive $1 million donation the Detroit quarterback made in January

In a statement, Stafford said it’s “a tremendous opportunity to impact our city’s young people.”

Stafford of course went to school in Athens and racked up 7731 passing yards and 51 touchdowns in three seasons for Georgia, leading the team to the No. 2 ranking to end the 2007 season. 

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