Former Nebraska Quarterback Tommie Frazier Elected to College Football Hall of Fame [VIDEO]
'Touchdown Tommie' has finally made it to college football's ultimate end zone.
Former Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier is one of 12 players and two coaches bound for induction in the College Football Hall of Fame in December.
Frazier played for the Cornhuskers from 1992-95, and helped Nebraska, and Hall of Fame Coach Tom Osbourne, win back-to-back national championships in 1994 and 1995.
The Bradenton, Florida native was a 1995 consensus First-Team All-American and Johnny Unitas Award winner was runner-up for the 1995 Heisman Trophy. He was also named to Sports Illustrated’s All-Century Team, and his jersey has been retired by Nebraska.
Frazier is the 16th Cornhusker to enter the College Football Hall of Fame.
The complete College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2013:
· TED BROWN – TB, North Carolina State (1975-78)
· DANNY WUERFFEL – QB, Florida (1993-96)
· BILL McCARTNEY – 93-55-5 (62.4%); Colorado (1982-94)