Kirk Gibson officially inducted into College Football Hall of Fame
Former Michigan State All-American wide receiver Kirk Gibson was officially inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday night at the 60th annual National Football Foundation Annual Awards Dinner, held at the New York Hilton Midtown's Grand Ballroom.
A packed house of 1,600, including more than 80 current collegiate head coaches and 40 returning Hall of Famers attended the event, which took place at its new venue after a 58-year stint at the Waldorf Astoria. ESPN's Joe Tessitore entertained the crowd as the emcee for the annual celebration, which lived up to its historic role of bringing the college football community together at the end of the regular season to pay tribute to the game and its greatest legends.
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