ESPN Analyst Desmond Howard: College Football Hall of Fame
Former Michigan Wolverine Desmond Howard Named To NCAA College Football Hall Of Fame (2010 Inductee List)
Before he was a Super Bowl MVP, Desmond Howard won a Heisman Trophy and was a star wide receiver for the Michigan Wolverines. Now, the ESPN analysts has received another honor being named to the College Football Hall Of Fame.
“It feels great,” Howard said at the news conference in New York, where fellow inductee and former Wisconsin coach Barry Alvarez joined him. “I’m tremendously honored and humbled by this honor.
“Football is the ultimate team sport, and everyone who was involved in my career at Michigan, I bring them along with me into the Hall of Fame because I couldn’t accomplish anything I did at the University of Michigan by myself. I’m honored to represent Michigan in the 2010 class.”
Desmond Howard won College Football's Heisman Trophy in 1991 when he was number in scoring and kick off return in the NCAA.
Desmond Howard's career statistics are equally impressive. The Michigan Wolverine wide receiver had 134 receptions for a total of 2,146 yards and 32 touchdowns. Howard also set records at the University of Michigan for the most touchdowns with 23 and points with 138 in single season.
In the NFL Desmond Howard's career highlight was being named MVP at Super Bowl XXXI while playing for the Green Bay Packers.
NCAA College Football Hall Of Fame 2010 Player Inductee List
- North Carolina State defensive lineman Dennis Byrd
- Arkansas linebacker Ronnie Caveness
- Texas A&M defensive lineman Ray Childress
- UCLA guard Randy Cross
- USC running back Sam Cunningham
- Purdue quarterback Mark Herrmann
- Duke wide receiver Clarkston Hines
- Navy defensive back Chet Moeller
- Arizona State linebacker Pat Tillman
- Colorado linebacker Alfred Williams
- LSU running back Jerry Stovall