Vince Young, Joe Thomas Among 2019 College Football Hall of Fame Class



"We are thrilled and honored to have Coach Erickson as the latest representative of The U in the College Football Hall of Fame". He has coached 21 first-team All-Americans, including College Football Hall of Famers and former Canes greats Russell Maryland and Gino Torretta.

As a nod to its influence and legacy to the game, the iconic airship joins a stellar class that will be enshrined at the National Football Foundation's award banquet in December.

Players being honored are defensive back Terrell Buckley of Florida State, defensive back Rickey Dixon of Oklahoma, linebacker London Fletcher of John Carroll, defensive lineman Jacob Green of Texas A&M, receiver Torry Holt of North Carolina State, receiver Raghib Ismail of Notre Dame, running back Darren McFadden of Arkansas, quarterback Jake Plummer of Arizona State, defensive back Troy Polamalu of USC, offensive lineman Joe Thomas of Wisconsin, running back Lorenzo White of Michigan State, linebacker Patrick Willis of MS and quarterback Vince Young of Texas. Joining Erickson is Joe Taylor, who coached at Howard, Virginia Union, Hampton and Florida A&M and posted a record of 232-97-4 with four national championships and 10 conference titles over 30 years in coaching.

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Since covering the 1955 Rose Bowl Game, the blimp has provided aerial coverage at more than 2,000 games across the country.

Former Wisconsin offensive lineman Joe Thomas and Texas quarterback Vince Young are among the 13 players to be selected for enshrinement to the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019, the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame announced Monday. "Its presence is intrinsically known and tied to the traditions that make college football so great".

ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit, who played quarterback at Ohio State, said seeing the blimp overhead signified reward.

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