College football Hall of Fame inducts black college legends

Nicholson, Collie
October 1996
New York Amsterdam News;10/19/96, Vol. 87 Issue 42, p50
Announces the induction of Walter Payton and Junious `Buck' Buchanan into the charter class of 1-AA players in the College Football Hall of Fame. Payton's scoring record in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); Other achievements of Payton; Buck's bout with cancer in 1992; Buck's achievements.


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