Four Pac-12 players to be enshrined in Hall

June, 30, 2011
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The next class to be enshrined in College Football Hall of Fame includes four players from Pac-12 schools.

The four players are UCLA offensive lineman Randy Cross, USC running back Sam Cunningham, Arizona State linebacker Pat Tillman and Colorado defensive end Alfred Williams.

A live webcast of the Enshrinement Show will take place at www.footballfoundation.org from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET on Saturday, July 16.

Note: The Hall of Fame Class announced in May, which included Oregon State's Bill Enyart and Arizona's Rob Waldrop, will be enshrined next summer.

Here's the complete list of the new class, players and coaches.

Players
DENNIS BYRD (North Carolina State)
RONNIE CAVENESS (Arkansas)
RAY CHILDRESS (Texas A&M)
DEXTER COAKLEY (Appalachian State)
RANDY CROSS (UCLA)
SAM CUNNINGHAM (Southern California)
MIKE FAVOR (North Dakota State)
CHARLES HALEY (James Madison)
MARK HERRMANN (Purdue)
CLARKSTON HINES (Duke)
DESMOND HOWARD (Michigan)
MICKEY KOBROSKY* (Trinity, CT)
CHET MOELLER (Navy)
JERRY STOVALL (LSU)
PAT TILLMAN* (Arizona State)
ALFRED WILLIAMS (Colorado)
Coaches
BARRY ALVAREZ (Wisconsin)
MIKE KELLY (Dayton)
BILL MANLOVE (Widener [Pa.], Delaware Valley [Pa.], La Salle)
GENE STALLINGS (Texas A&M, Alabama).
*Deceased

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