The National Football Foundation announced on Tuesday march 5th the candidates for the 2013 college football hall of fame. On this list there were 3 notable big names. Lets see who they were.
He holds 14 records at SMU, including career rushing yards despite just two full seasons as the go-to option in the backfield. That type of production in such a limited time should warrant strong consideration, even though Dickerson is more known for his NFL single-season rushing record.
As a senior in 1995, Bruschi was named the Pac-10 conference Defensive Player of the Year, and he was also a three-time First Team All-Conference selection.
The NCAA's all-time leading rusher with 6,397 yards has to be a big favorite to get his Hall of Fame due this time around. That number doesn't even include bowl games, either, which amasses to over 7,000 yards.