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Michigan's Charles Woodson elected to College Football Hall of Fame

09 January 2018

He led the Tar Heels to national prominence during the mid 1990s, and he later won the 2005 national championship with the Longhorns.

As wild as it sounds, Woodson's collegiate career was as impressive as his professional résumé, and Sunday it was announced that the former Michigan Wolverine had been named to the College Football Hall of Fame's class of 2018.

He now works as a college football analyst for ESPN. Taylor becomes the 18th Nebraska player to earn induction into the College Hall of Fame and gives NU 24 overall members of the Hall including six coaches.

Brown, 66, is one of 13 that will be inducted in the 2018 class.

Beamer will also be inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame April 7 in Virginia Beach.

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The Louisiana native intercepted 8 passes as a junior and earned consensus first-team All-America honors in 2000. In addition to the three national championships, the three-time first team all-conference selection was part of three Nebraska conference title teams (Big Eight - 1994, 1995; Big 12 - 1997), as well as a Big 12 North Division title in 1996.

For his career, Brown went a combined 244-122-1 at the four different schools he was the head coach at. His senior season, he recorded a then-program record 137 pancake blocks as the Huskers led the nation in total offense, rushing and scoring.

The Wichitan was a seventh-round draft pick by Indianapolis in 1998 and retired from professional football after spending time with the Colts and the Chicago Bears that season.

Woodson is eligible for entry in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2021.

Michigan's Charles Woodson elected to College Football Hall of Fame