Pac-12 well represented in 2014 HOF class

May, 23, 2014
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On Thursday, the 2014 College Football Hall of Fame Class was announced. Unsurprisingly, the Pac-12 was well represented among the 2014 honorees.

Of the 14 players selected, three were Pac-12 alumni: former USC offensive tackle Tony Boselli, former Stanford running back Darrin Nelson and former UCLA quarterback John Sciarra.

Former Oregon coach Mike Bellotti was one of the two coaches selected for the honor. The other was former Appalachian State coach Jerry Moore.

The 16-man class will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Dec. 9 at the 57th National Football Foundation annual awards dinner in New York City.

College Football Hall of Fame Class, 2014
DB Dre Bly, UNC
OT Tony Boselli, USC
OT Dave Butz, Purdue
LB Shane Conlan, Penn State
QB Joe Hamilton, Georgia Tech
RB Darrin Nelson, Stanford
OT Willie Roaf, Louisiana Tech
QB John Sciarra, UCLA
WR Sterling Sharpe, South Carolina
LB Derrick Thomas, Alabama
RB LaDainian Tomlinson, TCU
TE Wesley Walls, Ole Miss
Mike Bellotti, Oregon coach
Jerry Moore, Appalachian State coach

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