Heisman Trophy winners Vinny Testaverde, Danny Wuerffel and Ron Dayne and 1995 runner-up Tommie Frazier lead the 2013 College Football Hall of Fame class to be inducted Dec. 10 in New York City.
Orlando Pace, an All-American left tackle at Ohio State and the No. 1 overall draft pick in 1997, former Arizona linebacker Tedy Bruschi, the fourth Wildcats' star to join the Hall, Michigan State linebacker Percy Snow and former Colorado head coach Bill McCartney were other notable members of the class.
Former Oklahoma linebacker Rod Shoate, who died in 1999, was voted in posthumously. He was a four-time All-Big 8 pick and three-time All-American with the Sooners.
Kentucky end Steve Meilinger, Baylor quarterback Don Trull and Texas defensive back Jerry Gray, a first-round NFL draft pick in 1985 now coaching with the Tennessee Titans, joined former Temple and Navy coach Irving Wayne Hardin in rounding out the class.
Testaverde played at the University of Miami form 1982-1986. At Wisconsin, the powerful Dayne won the Heisman in 1999 and set the NCAA Division I rushing record with 6,397 yards and logged 1,220 carries in four seasons in Madison.
Frazier, who was second to Eddie George in Heisman ballotting in 1995 and guided Nebraska to national titles in 1994 and '95. Wuerffel played played in back-to-back national championship games for Florida, including a 52-20 Sugar Bowl victory over Florida State in 1996.
--Boise State dismissed 2012 freshman All-American Sam Ukwuachu from the program Tuesday.
The Idaho Statesman reported Ukwauchu, who started 12 games as a freshman last season, had been dismissed but didn't cite a reason. The 6-4, 222-pound defensive end had 4.5 sacks and seven total tackles for loss.
Upon further review, reigning NASCAR champion Brad Keselowski takes back the accusation that Talladega Superspeedway winner David Ragan lined up in the wrong position for the final restart to win Sunday's race.
In a statement published on his website and through his personal Twitter feed, Keselowski said he learned he was out of line by going back to the tape to review Sunday's race.
"I owe David Ragan and his fans an apology," Keselowski wrote. "I placed blame on David Ragan for the restart lineup confusion when it wasn't his fault."
Ron Rolston can remove the "interim" label from his name plate with the Buffalo Sabres, who announced Rolston as their head coach Tuesday.
Rolston, who replaced Lindy Ruff with 31 games to play, with a reputation for excellence in player development with the Rochester Americans of the AHL, led the team to a15-11-5 record since taking over Feb. 20.
Ruff coached the Sabres for 16 seasons and was with the franchise for a decade as a player.
--Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith flew to Chicago on Tuesday for the birth of his first child but was almost immediately back in transit, completing a round-trip to Minneapolis that will allow him to be in uniform for Game 4 of the Western Conference quarterfinals series against the Minnesota Wild.
Keith scored a goal and assisted on two in the first three games of the series, which the Blackhawks led 2-1 entering Tuesday night.
NBC Sports drew the best Kentucky Derby television audience since 1989 on Saturday, when 16.2 million viewers tuned in to see Orb take the opening leg of horseracing's Triple Crown.
That number is up nine percent from last year's Derby audience of 14.8 million. The race drew a rating of 9.7 and 9.1 million viewers took in the pre-race programming.