2006 College Football Hall of Fame Announced
The 2006 inductees to the College Football Hall of Fame have been announced. This class is lead by coaches Bobby Bowden and Joe Paterno who are #1 and #2 respectively in Division I wins. Unlike Bowden, Paterno has spent his entire career at Penn State (1966-present). Bowden started at Samford, continued to West Virginia, and in 1976 became the coach of Florida State.
Other inductees include Heisman Trophy Winners Charlie Ward (Fla. St) and Mike Rozier (Neb.). They will be accompanied by Bobby Anderson (Col), Bennie Blades (Miami), Carl Eller (Minn), Thomas Everett (Baylor), Chad Hennings (Air Force), Chip Kell (Tenn), Mike Phipps (Purdue), Jeff Siemon (Stanford), and Bruce Smith (Va Tech). The 49th class will be inducted at an Awards Dinner on December 5, 2006 and officially enshrined at the Hall of Fame in South Bend during the summer ceremonies in 2007.