Associated Press, Published May 15 2012
Former Vikings among those going to College Hall of FameNEW YORK — Former Minnesota Vikings Tommy Kramer and Dave Casper are among 14 former players who have been selected to the College Football Hall of Fame.
Kramer, a quarterback, played at Rice, while Casper, a tight end who mainly starred with the Oakland Raiders, played at Notre Dame.
Former coaches Phillip Fulmer of Tennessee, Jimmy Johnson, who coached Miami and Oklahoma State, and R.C. Slocum of Texas A&M also were selected.
It was announced Monday that Heisman Trophy winner and BYU star Ty Detmer was picked for the Hall of Fame.
The other players who will be inducted by the National Football Foundation into the hall in December are:
Art Monk of Syracuse, Jonathan Ogden of UCLA, Charles Alexander of LSU, Otis Armstrong of Purdue, Steve Bartkowski of California, Scott Thomas of Air Force, Greg Myers of Colorado State, Hal Bedsole of Southern California, Gabe Rivera of Texas Tech, Mark Simoneau, John Wooten of Colorado.