College Football Hall of Fame Glance

The 10 players and two coaches selected Tuesday for the College

Football Hall of Fame:


-Ted Brown, North Carolina State. Atlantic Coast Conference’s

career leader in yards rushing (4,602) and touchdowns (51).

-Tedy Bruschi, Arizona. Had 52 sacks as part of Arizona’s Desert

Swarm defenses during the mid-1990s.

-Ron Dayne, Wisconsin. NCAA career leader with 6,397 yards

rushing. His bowl game yards would boost his career total past

7,000 if he played when the NCAA counted them in regular season

stats. The burly tailback won the Heisman in 1999.

-Tommie Frazier, Nebraska. Four-year starter at quarterback was

second in the Heisman Trophy voting in 1995 as a senior. He

finished his career with 5,476 total yards of offense and 79


-Jerry Gray, Texas. One of the best defensive backs in

Longhorns’ history. He completed his career with 16 interceptions

and 297 tackles.

-Steve Meilinger, Kentucky. Starred on offense, defense and

special teams for coach Paul ”Bear” Bryant in the early


-Orlando Pace, Ohio State. One of the most dominant offensive

linemen in college football history. He finished fourth in the

Heisman voting in 1996.

-Rod Shoate, Oklahoma. Linebacker led the Sooners in tackles for

three straight seasons from 1972 to 1974.

-Percy Snow, Michigan State. The first player to win the Butkus

award as the nation’s top linebacker and the Lombardi as the top

linemen or linebacker as a senior with Michigan State in 1989.

-Don Trull, Baylor. Passed for more than 4,000 yards and 27

touchdowns for the Bears from 1961-63.

-Vinny Testaverde, Miami. The 1986 Heisman trophy winner

finished his career with 48 touchdown passes. Miami went 23-3 in

Testaverde’s starts.

-Danny Wuerffel, Florida. The 1996 Heisman Trophy winner was one

of the most prolific passers in major college football history with

10,875 yards and 114 touchdown passes.


-Wayne Hardin, Navy and Temple. Coached Joe Bellino and Roger

Staubach to the Heisman Trophy at Navy in the 1960s. He went on to

become the most successful coach in Temple history.

-Bill McCartney, Colorado. Turned the Buffaloes from Big Eight

cellar dwellers to national title contenders in the 1990s.