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Pat Tillman College Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony Available Online

Former Arizona State Sun Devil and Arizona Cardinal Pat Tillman was selected last year by the National Football Foundation for induction into the College Hall of Fame. Tillman, a California native, has to rank among the top athletes ever to play in Arizona based on individual character and personal sacrifice. Tillman's legendary story deserves the iconic status that comes with his induction which will become official on July 16.

The 2011 College Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Show will be on July 16 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. ET. The show will be available online via live streaming at  www.footballfoundation.org.

2011 College Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Class (Visit the hall's website for full bios on each member of this year's enshrinement class.)

PLAYERS

  • DENNIS BYRD* - North Carolina State, Defensive Tackle (1965-67)
  • RONNIE CAVENESS - Arkansas, Center (1962-64)
  • RAY CHILDRESS - Texas A&M, Defensive Lineman (1981-84)
  • DEXTER COAKLEY - Appalachian State, Linebacker (1993-96)
  • RANDY CROSS - UCLA, Offensive Guard (1973-75)
  • SAM CUNNINGHAM - Southern California, Running Back (1970-72)
  • MIKE FAVOR - North Dakota State, Center (1985-88)
  • CHARLES HALEY - James Madison, Linebacker (1982-85)
  • MARK HERRMANN - Purdue, Quarterback (1977-80)
  • CLARKSTON HINES - Duke, Wide Receiver (1986-89)
  • DESMOND HOWARD - Michigan, Wide Receiver (1989-91)
  • MICKEY KOBROSKY* - Trinity (CT), Back (1933-36)
  • CHET MOELLER - Navy, Defensive Back (1973-75)
  • JERRY STOVALL - LSU, Halfback (1960-62)
  • PAT TILLMAN* - Arizona State, Linebacker (1994-97)
  • ALFRED WILLIAMS - Colorado, Linebacker (1987-90)

COACHES

  • BARRY ALVAREZ - Wisconsin (1990-2005); 118-73-4 (.615)
  • MIKE KELLY - Dayton (1981-2007); 246-54-1 (.819)
  • BILL MANLOVE - Widener, Pa. (1969-91), Delaware Valley, Pa. (1992-95), La Salle (1997-2001); 212-211-1 (.655)
  • GENE STALLINGS - Texas A&M (1965-71), Alabama (1990-96); 89-70-1 (.559)