There was no way the National Football Foundation was going to get it all right. The organization had just 12 slots for the College Football Hall of Fame's class of 2013 and an absolutely loaded class of finalists.
Our top five snubs don't even include Jerome Brown, Tom Cousineau, Eric Crouch, D.J. Dozier, Rob Lytle, Shannon Sharpe, LaDainian Tomlinson or Lorenzo White. The NFF doesn't include two members from the same school in one class, which explains why players like Brown (Vinny Testaverde got voted in for Miami) and Crouch (Tommie Frazier for Nebraska) didn't get the nod, and the NFF has other guidelines to include a wide array of players from different eras and positions, which squeezed others out. Still, there are more than a few players who cause a serious double take when you realize they are eligible for the College Football Hall of Fame and are not yet in.
From this year's list of finalists, here are the five (four players and one group) that caused us the most angst:Read More »from What was wrong with the College Football Hall of Fame’s class of 2013