Dec. 4, 2012; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the inductees at the NFF annual awards press conference at the Waldorf-Astoria before being inducted into the 2012 college football hall of fame. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

2013 College Football Hall Of Fame Announced


The 2013 list of inductees to to the college football hall of fame was unveiled on Tuesday.

The following players will be inducted into the hall of fame on December 10 in New York City.

Players

  • Ted Brown, North Carolina State running back (1975-78)
  • Tedy Bruschi, Arizona defensive end (1992-95)
  • Ron Dayne, Wisconsin running back (1996-99)
  • Tommie Frazier, Nebraska quarterback (1992-95)
  • Jerry Gray, Texas defensive back (1981-84)
  • Steve Meilinger, Kentucky defensive end (1951-53)
  • Orlando Pace, Ohio State tackle (1994-96)
  • Rod Shoate, Oklahoma linebacker (1972-74)
  • Percy Snow, Michigan State linebacker (1986-89)
  • Vinny Testaverde, Miami quarterback (1982-86)
  • Don Trull, Baylor quarterback (1961-63)
  • Danny Wuerffel, Florida quarterback (1993-96)

Coaches

Wayne Hardin, Navy /Temple

Bill McCartney, Colorado

 

There were no former Tennessee Volunteers among the inductees this year, but we thought this would be an appropriate time to refresh your memory on the Vols in the college football hall of fame.

The Vols have the most hall of fame members in the SEC, and the seventh most in the nation.

Here’s the list of Vols in the college football hall of fame and when they were elected. Phillip Fulmer, elected last year, is the Volunteers most recent addition to the hall of fame.

Players

  • Gene McEver - Elected 1954
  • Beattie Feathers - Elected 1955
  • Herman Hickman - Elected 1959
  • Bobby Dodd - Elected 1959 (Player) and 1993 (Coach)
  • Bob Suffridge - Elected 1961
  • Nathan Dougherty - Elected 1967
  • George Cafego - Elected 1969
  • Bowden Wyatt - Elected 1972 (Player) and 1997 (Coach)
  • Hank Lauricella - Elected 1981
  • Doug Atkins - Elected 1985
  • Johnny Majors - Elected 1987
  • Bob Johnson - Elected 1989
  • Ed Molinski - Elected 1990
  • Steve DeLong - Elected 1993
  • John Michels - Elected 1996
  • Steve Kiner - Elected 1999
  • Reggie White - Elected 2002
  • Frank Emanuel - Elected 2004
  • Chip Kell - Elected 2006

Coaches

  • Robert Neyland - Elected 1956
  • Bowden Wyatt- Elected 1997
  • Doug Dickey - Elected 2003
  • Phillip Fulmer - Elected 2012

 

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