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LAS VEGAS, March 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Join "Hall of Fame" coaches Jim Boeheim, Lute Olson, Bob Hurley Sr. and outstanding coaches Bill Self, P. J.
Former Auburn All-America fullback Ed Dyas was named to the National Football Foundation's 2009 Hall of Fame class Thursday. Dyas, an orthopedic surgeon in Mobile, was three-year letterman from 1958-60 and established a single-season NCAA record in 1960 with 13 field goals, the year he fourth in voting for the Heisman Trophy. He was the school's sixth-leading rusher when he finished his career with 1,298 yards and is the first Auburn player to be inducted since defensive tackle Tracy Rocker...
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