Frank Beamer selected for College Football Hall of Fame

Jon Howard
January 9, 2018

Other notable names who are part of the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 include: Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer, Georgia Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson, Miami safety Ed Reed and MI cornerback Charles Woodson.

The College Football Hall of Fame is adding 13 new members as part of the Class of 2018, it was announced Monday-including former UNC head coach Mack Brown.

He finished his college career with 18 interceptions.

He is now the third Longhorn Football coach to join the group, joining D.X. Bible (1937-1946) and Darrell Royal (1957-1976).

A star in the National Football League with Oakland and Green Bay, Woodson will be the 31st MI player inducted into the Hall of Fame. But he learned Monday that he has already gained inclusion in the College Football Hall of Fame in December.

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Among recent Huskers inducted into the hall have been Trev Alberts in 2015, Tommie Frazier in 2013, Will Shields in 2011, Grant Wistrom in 2009 and Mike Rozier in 2006. With names like Calvin Johnson, Ed Reed & Charles Woodson, this list is loaded with superstar talent.

Woodson, 41, helped lead the Wolverines to their 1997 co-national championship, earning first-team All-American Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year honors while claiming the prestigious Heisman Trophy.

In addition, 75 FBS players, as well as 98 players and 31 coaches from the divisional ranks are included on the 2018 ballot.

Among the three coaches selected for the College Football Hall of Fame was Mel Tjeerdsma, who led the Northwest Missouri State program from 1994 to 2010.

Mack Brown and Frank Beamer also will be inducted as coaches.

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