Former Raiders Brown, Swilling To Be Inducted Into College Football Hall Of Fame

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NEW YORK (AP) - Heisman Trophy winners Tim Brown and Gino Torretta, along with two-time All-American Chris Spielman, are among the 16 players to be elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.

Others selected for induction by the National Football Foundation are: Penn State's Curt Warner; New Mexico State's Pervis Atkins; Arizona's Chuck Cecil; Auburn's Ed Dyas; West Virginia's Major Harris; BYU's Gordon Hudson; Alabama's Woodrow Lowe; Stanford's Ken Margerum; Texas' Steve McMichael; Iowa's Larry Station; Georgia Tech's Pat Swilling; and Nebraska's Grant Wistrom.

The NFF's veteran's committee selected Williams Lewis, who played center for Harvard from 1892-93.

Coaches John Robinson of USC and Dick MacPherson of Syracuse will also be inducted in December.