The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame has announced its 2010 inductees for the College Football Hall of Fame.
Here’s the list, in alphabetical order:
- Barry Alvarez – Coach, Wisconsin (1990-2005)
- Dennis Byrd – Defensive Tackle, North Carolina State (1964-1967)
- Ronnie Caveness – Center, Arkansas (1962-1964)
- Ray Childress – Defensive Lineman, Texas A&M (1981-1984)
- Randy Cross – Guard, UCLA (1973-1975)
- Sam Cunningham – Running Back, USC (1970-1972)
- Mark Herrmann – Quarterback, Purdue (1977-1980)
- Clarkston Hines – Wide Receiver, Duke (1986-1989)
- Desmond Howard – Wide Receiver, Michigan (1989-1991)
- Chet Moeller – Defensive Back, Navy (1973-1975)
- Gene Stallings – Coach, Texas A&M (1965-71), Alabama (1990-96)
- Jerry Stovall – Halfback, LSU (1960-1962)
- Pat Tillman – Linebacker, Arizona State (1994-1997)
- Alfred Williams – Linebacker, Colorado (1987-1990)
Howard is the only former Heisman Trophy winner on the list, while just three of the players (Caveness, Cunningham, and Williams) were National Championship winners.
Among the two coaches (Alvarez, Stallings) inducted, Stallings was the lone National Championship winner. Alvarez, though, outdid Stallings when it came to conference titles, winning three to Stallings’ two.