23 players and coaches have taken their place amongst the best to ever grace college football fields.
The Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival celebrates these special athletes and coaches for the final time in South Bend.
President of the National Football Foundation-Steve Hatchell announced the departure of the Hall and the Enshrinement festivities.
He said the lease is up on the building this fall.
Among the big names in this years class are Ohio State Heisman trophy winner Eddie George, Michigan National Championship coach Lloyd Carr and 2-time national champ and 3-time super bowl champ Russell Maryland from Miami. Darryl Talley from West Virginia. Michigan State wide receiver Gene Washington. Along with Fisher DeBerry of Air Force and Jake Scott from Georgia.
Florida State and Dallas Cowboys DB Deion Sanders goes into the Hall but could not be here for the event.
The Enshrinees say this has been the experience of a life time.
Michigan's Lloyd Carr says he was honored to coach for the winningest program in college football history. Ohio State's Eddie George says he's enjoyed meeting all of the other enshrinees and hearing their stories. Miami's Russell Maryland says he loves getting to reminisce about his college days at the U.
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