The National Football Foundation released its ballot of candidates for the 2017 College Football Hall of Fame ballot.
The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame announced Thursday the 2014 College Football Hall of Fame Class, and former Purdue star defensive tackle Dave Butz (1970-72) was one of 14 players honored. Former Penn State linebacker Shane Conlan (1983-86), who starred in Happy Valley before the Nittany Lions entered the Big Ten, also made the cut. [ MORE: PurdueSports.com: Butz elected to College Football Hall of Fame ] RT 2 congratulate Dave Butz on being a part of the '14 College Football Hall of Fame Class! #BoilerUp! .@cfbhall pic.twitter.com/9l0ctce2XD — Purdue Football (@BoilerFootball) May 22, 2014 Congrats to
The National Football Foundation has released its 2014 College Football Hall of Fame ballot, and plenty of players with ties to Big Ten schools are up for election. In fact, among the 75 FBS players, there are 21 Big Ten players. Big Ten names on the ballot Trev Alberts, LB, Nebraska Larry Burton, WR, Purdue Dave Butz, DT, Purdue Shane Conlan, LB, Penn State Tom Cousineau, LB, Ohio State Eric Crouch, QB, Nebraska D.J. Dozier, RB, Penn State Tim Dwight, WR/KR, Iowa Jumbo Elliott, OT, Michigan Kirk Gibson, WR, Michigan State Dana Howard, LB, Illinois Clinton Jones, HB, Michigan State