Honestly, what excatly does a guy have to do to get into the College Football Hall of Fame? For every Tim Brown or Curt Warner (think Penn State RB/former Seahawk great) there are 10 Chuck Cecil's and Woodrow Lowe's. Who? Huh? If the HOF is based strictly on an individual's contributions as a COLLEGE player, then there's no way half the guys on the final list are more worthy than Alfred Williams.
Big Al was a two time CONSENSUS All-American in what was arguably THE toughest conference at the time. He was absolutely dominating; so much so that teams couldn't game plan around him. Still, Alfred gets shut out and Grant Wistrom gets in?? Yeah he was good but he wasn't any more of a significant contributor to college football than Big Al. Of course, our friends from Neb would no doubt dispute that.
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