Gopher great Sandy Stephens to be enshrined in College Football Hall of Fame

Fifty years after leading the Gophers to their second consecutive Rose Bowl, the late Sandy Stephens will be inducted into the national College Football Hall of Fame tonight. Stephens -- who died 11 years ago -- was the first African-American QB to be named to an All-American team.
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After long wait, Gopher great Sandy Stephens to be enshrined in College Football Hall of Fame

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