The Pac-12 Conference was well represented in the 2014 Class for the College Football Hall of Fame. One name that should be familiar with Oregon Ducks fans is that of Former Head Coach Mike Bellotti along with several others from the Pac-12.
Bellotti spent 14 years with the Oregon Ducks and retired following the 2009 season with a record of 116-55. He joins two other Oregon Coaches in the Hall of Fame. Len Cassanova and Hugh Bezdeck were previously tabbed for the honor. In all, now eight former Oregon Ducks players or coaches are in the College Football Hall of Fame. Bellotti is one of two coaches to be inducted in the 2014 class joining Jerry Moore, former Texas and Appalachian State Head Coach. Several players from the Pac-12 were also inductees.
Joining the Former Oregon Ducks Coach are former USC Offensive Tackle Tony B0sseli, Stanford Running Back Darrin Nelson, and UCLA Quarterback John Sciarra. The ceremony will take place on December 9th in New York City at the National Football Foundation’s Awards Dinner.