Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Jauron on ballot

Former Yale running back Dick Jauron, the 1972 Bushnell Cup winner as the Ivy League MVP, is one of 76 players is one of 76 players on the 2009 College Football Hall of Fame ballot.

Jauron ran for a then school record 2,945 from 1970-72 and was the first Bulldog to win the Bushnell Cup.

Jauron just completed his third season as the head coach of the Buffalo Bills, posting his third straight 7-9 record. Jauron has a 57-76 record in nine seasons as an NFL head coach.
Ballots are going out this week to more than 12,000 National Football Foundation members and current Hall of Famers. The results of the voting will be submitted to the NFF Honors Court which will select the Hall of Fame class. The Class of 2009 honorees will be announced on April 30.

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